Six months has gone by since my last website update. To say that I’m behind in blogging would be a mild understatement! Nevertheless, here is Amy and Ben’s lovely wedding. Amy and Ben’s Mt. Barker Wedding was held in a beautiful backyard under the shade of trees with close family and friends in attendance. Like all weddings, I try to be as unobtrusive as possible, taking pictures as they happen, letting the story unfold. When the ceremony was completed and congratulations given, we moved out into the paddocks for photos and then on to the always fabulous Pepper and Salt Restaurant.
Wow, 2018 you were a blast! This was my third year photographing weddings full time from amazing Albany. You will have to bear with me – this is kind of a long’ish blog post. And why not – I thought I would share some of my personal favourites from the last season. I couldn’t have done it without the people who put their trust in me – enjoy!
Walpole Wedding Photography – I often wonder, how many images do you actually need from your wedding? How many images does it require to actually tell a story? The truth is that, it’ probably not that many at all.
I shoot somany images at a wedding, but at the end of the day, it often comes down to select few core images that really represent the people I photograph. Here are 25 images from Kristy and Pablo’s Walpole wedding that in my mind at least, sum up their day perfectly.