Bowral Wedding Photographer – Briars Country Lodge – Sarah and Michael Vintage Wedding

Sarah and Michael did a fantastic job of making their vintage wedding at Briars look epic! When you put Sarah’s attention to detail together with a great venue like Briars, the result is inevitable! Briars is a wonderful location to make great wedding photography!

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New York City – A Weekend with Tim & Georgie

I recently visited Manhattan, New York, and had the opportunity to shoot a wonderful couple – Tim and Georgie.  I promised not to do any posing, and to just follow them around shooting in a photojournalistic manner.  Yes, I did feel like a bit of a stalker!  I love NYC and all the random signs and street art.  Tim & Georgie made sure I had plenty of coffee, food and cocktails on our journey.  None of the images have been manipulated, save for changing the colour saturation.  I hope you enjoy our weekend as much as I did!

New York City Couple Shoot

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Kullindi Homestead- Jervis Bay Wedding photography

This was a Fantastic Jervis Bay wedding on the South Coast, in a great location called Kullindi Homestead, as you can see from the shots.  Erin and Matt had their adorable little girl along as part of the bridal party, and one of my recent brides as a bridesmaid, so I practically felt like family!

Something that was a little different with Erin & Matt’s wedding was who was shooting it!

You may think that all photographers are constantly battling against each other to win a job, snarling across the camera at their rivals!  Well, most of the time this is not the case, and certainly not in the Illawarra.  We all meet up, share ideas and wine, and generally get along.  One of my favourite newbies ( I can say that after being in the industry 26 years) is a lovely fellow that goes by the name of Tom Stewart.  Tom has been shooting weddings for almost 2 years and really has a talent.

Tom volunteered to come along and help me at this wedding, and between the two of us, we rocked it! I suggested that he should do something a little different, and we decided on his shooting with only a 135mm prime lens of F2. (To all you non camera buffs, this means NO zoom, and very blurry backgrounds)

During the afternoon we all went for a drive down a dirt road- I stole a wicker chair from the venue (oops, sorry- I took it back) and we had an AWESOME time!

Thanks Erin & Matt for being so great, and thanks Tom!

Detail photograph of wedding at Jervis Bay, Kullindi Homestead

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