Church: Holy Name of Mary, Hunters Hill
Reception: Doltone House
Dress: Kel-leigh Couture, East Gosford
Shoes: Amore Bridal
Cake: Something Blue Cakes
Suits: Bridal Collections, Erina
You know it’s going to be a great day when there is a guitar involved.
And so the day began. After the boys had gotten ready, James unwrapped his present from Kylie.
It was an electric guitar. Pretty cool.
Wish I could play one of those.
And the day was wonderful. A Summer Bay kind of day.
And, it got better and better. The band played.
And then, the speeches. James finished his speech.
Then, he got out a guitar. Kylie took a seat. And he sang.
Wedding Ceremony officiated by Jessie Cacchillo
ISO 1600 45mm f3.2 1/320sec
I Love looking for opportunities to shut out light. It’s a way that I often choose to photograph when a bride is getting ready. I love curtains. I can turn off all the lights and close the curtains so I have as little light (or as much) as I like. I love being able to control ambient light like us. I think this kind of lighting also adds a bit of drama to a photo and adds beautiful shape and tones.
When I saw this small little window in a hutch, I knew immediately that I wanted to photograph Krystle in this light. It was very dark inside the hutch except the smallest window. This kind of directional light is also really great for bringing out the detail at the top of her dress.
I love this photo because of how feminine it feels. The tones are rich and beautiful.