“Once again, thanks for taking such lovely photos of our wedding day. It’s brought Alison and I a lot of joy going through them. I know that for the rest of our lives, every time we sit down to go through them we’re going to say what a great job you did”
Wedding speeches… such a great time to be a documentary wedding photographer! Capturing fleeting moments that are gone in the blink of an eye.
On arriving at Alison and William’s house in Chatswood at 9am, during one of the heaviest of the morning downpours, one of the first things I said to William was…
How does a documentary wedding photographer approach portraits?
“The pics are great. There’s some really nice ones in there. It was definitely worth bearing the weather!”
“Thanks so much for a fun afternoon! I love the pics!!! That light on the beach looks great – the scenery looks amazing too.”
“Thank-you for sending through the photos; they look absolutely fantastic! We couldn’t be happier.”
“The photos are just great! It’s been so good to look through them all and relive our day again!”
Having shot weddings in all that the Scottish weather had to offer, I was pretty confident my worst days of wet weather weddings were behind me when I moved out to Oz.
“OMG!!! LOVE!!! I want moreeeeeeeeee! That light – WOW!”
“Dave, Dave, Dave, Dave, Dave! What can I say?! Unbelievable, amazing, stunning……just WOW!”