It’s impossible to really know what a wedding is going to be like, before the day kicks off. Sure, you can get a feel from the couple and a sense of the style of wedding they’reDetails
When a bride-to-be says their wedding is going to be different… a lot different form the usual, it’s pretty easy to think… yeah, sure, I’ve heard a lot of couples say…Details
Dad, dad… Once more! Come on, do it again. Dad trudged over, soaking wet, ankle deep in the massive puddles surrounding the footy…Details
Simone had her baby after a twenty something hour labour. Linda and I received the SMS to say it’s been a tough start,…Details
“We’re so sorry but we have to reschudule our engagement session, Rhys has been sick. We really want to reschedule and Rhys had…Details
I was concerned she wouldn’t like my approach to wedding photography – less directing, working with available light, more of a documentary approach and…Details
If someone were to ask me to describe a typical Aussie couple, the first word to mind would not be romantic. I’d be…Details
Is there anything nicer and more flattering than an unsolicited testimonial? I don’t think so, not when it’s one like I received from…Details
It’s no secret that Bells at Killcare is one of my favourite wedding venues on the Central Coast. I get excited at the thought of a wedding here because it usually says something special about the couple getting married. A couple that chooses Bells has super high values on how they want their wedding to be… elegant, classy, sophisticated and fun. Michelle and Liam and the day they were planning fit that ‘mould’ perfectly. Read, in Michelle’s words below, a little more about herDetails
“Fairy tale wedding” gets thrown around way too often these days and it’s a phrase I tend to steer clear of except when a wedding really does feel like stepping into an imaginary moment that just couldn’t exist in real life. When Tahlia arrived (as a total surprise to everyone) in a white carriage pulled by two grand white horses into her Hunter Valley Garden wedding, it was a jaw dropping, air gasping, make believe moment. The day didn’t start like that thoughDetails
Hey, it Andrew here… I’m the one that puts these blog posts together but Corey is the photographer for this beautiful Central Coast wedding. Although I wasn’t part of the day, the honesty, advice, love and helpful hints that Alice has put into this post makes me feel like I was there for every step of the way. Reading a few of the quotes, there’s absolutely no denying, this was a dream day for Alice and Joel at their Shelly Beach Golf Club wedding.
Below are some questions I put to Alice, along with her beautiful, helpful answers to help with yourDetails
Is it just a ‘guy thing’ or does everybody think helicopters and lighthouses are cool!? Surely it’s everyone! Combine a Norah Head lighthouse wedding with a helicopter and whoa, that’s one cool wedding!
When first meeting with Amanda and Jeff and learning that not only were they planning to have a helicopter at their wedding, they told me Jeff was aDetails
One of my favourite wedding photos this year is of the brides father, Stephen, at Peppers Guest House Hunter Valley, on a hot and windy November day right before walking his eldest daughter, Christa, down the aisle.
As a photographer I aim to show not only how someone looks, but capture them in their true light if possible. I want to show aDetails
It’s strange that after fifteen years as a photographer to still feel nerves on the way to a wedding. I definitely had a case of the butterflies on the drive down to this wedding. I was questioning (myself) why? I was guessing that is was a big Sydney wedding or that the ceremony and reception were taking place at the exclusive Royal Sydney Golf Club, or the gown was something very special byDetails