I don’t always shoot back-to-back weddings but when I do I like to bring along the apprentice. Not only does this provide an opportunity for an up and coming photographer to break out into the market, but I can get some nice B-roll footage of me at work.
This lovely wedding was shoot at Cammeray Waters. It was my first time shooting here and I hope to come back and do it because it was so good it might just be my top pick for places I want to get married at one day. The hidden location in a forest of trees makes it a quiet space, topped with its own lake and bedrooms its a place you want to spend the whole week at.
It was great fun taking photos of Gabby and Lachy because I started off working with Lachy taking photos for the Maryborough shire and progressed to taking his photos of their engagement photos in the deep end of the wheat field.
Another wedding of mine I shoot was at the Bendigo Pottery, and i have to remind myself to shoot in portrait mode sometimes. I prefer to shoot in landscape mode, since I think of portrait mode as something of an amateur style only phone users do. But every now and again the portrait style comes out on top.
Shooting wedding photos inside a bar was another first for me and The Botanical Hotel Bendigo staff were welcoming and very accommodating to me moving tables around to get this great landscape shot of the girls at the bar.
When it comes to shooting the Bendigo Catherdral you have no other choice but to shot photos in landscape, with such a towering view it really created a grand atmosphere to the wedding photos.
Once the formalities are over and done with there is few better spots to enjoy a sunset dinner than at the Bendigo Boardwalk overlooking the wonderful Lake Weeroona
Here is a creative way to finish your wedding night, playing with colorful light sticks and hovering drone for a slow fade away. It’s just one of the great advantages of having a wedding videographer at your wedding.