Photographing a day full of joy and laughter is a wonderful experience, Hayley and Shannon’s wedding at Avalon Gardens on Mt Tambourine was a fabulous day. The gardens give so many locations to shoot that the choice is almost overwelming.
Diane and Matthew’s wedding at Mt Cotton Rainforest Gardens was filled with fun and laughter, their sense of humour and love of life shone through all aspects of their day, it even held the wet weather away.
A lovely morning wander around the Mt Coot-tha Botanical Gardens was the setting for Amanda and Josh’s e-session. We also used this as an opportunity to see which areas of the Gardens they liked best for their wedding photos. Apart from the company of too many mosquitoes in the Australian Rainforest area, we had a relaxed and enjoyable morning. I am looking forward to photographing their wedding next year.
Sally and David’s wedding day presented me with some interesting challenges and rewarded me with some beautiful images. St Stephen’s Chapel is a charming setting for a wedding. Although the lighting is dim it does give a warm and cosy atmosphere to the shots of the ceremony.
Even as the daylight faded the City provided a great backdrop for the group shots and allowed us to have some fun on the way to the reception at the Venice Bar.
I would like to share some shots from Danielle and Brian’s wedding at Windaroo Cottage. Everything about the day seemed to be nice and simple, which created a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere. I hope that they are enjoying their honeymoon.