We headed to a house auction to start off the day to meet Kieran and the groomsmen. It was an unusual start for us but was on the schedule for the groom to bid for a house. Unlucky on this occasion we then left and headed to the ceremony.
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When shooting outdoor weddings, controlling the shutter speed is generally quite easy as there is adequate light available. Working indoors is different as the light is much less and can be compensated using flash photography.
The wedding ceremony was held at St Patricks of Nulkaba on the Wine Country Drive, Hunter Valley. Here the boys were waiting in eager anticipation for the arrival of the bridal wedding cars. Geoffrey, Colin and Dominic together with family were in great spirits to celebrate this special occasion. There were over 70 guests who witnessed the beautiful ceremony.
We started very early for the wedding of Matthew and Daniella who wed on the 10th October 2010. It was a unique day being a day wedding which turned out to be a fantastic day to say the least.
We started of the day by heading to the Four Seasons Hotel on George Street, City of Sydney to greet the groom and his honoured groomsmen. Stuart looked relaxed and ready to celebrate the day with his family and friends. This was the beginning of one of the best weddings we can recall in over 10 years!
The wedding ceremony was held at St Marys’ Cathedral in the city of Sydney. There were over 170 guests plus many onlookers who welcomed Joshua and Alana into the church service.
A significant point to remember when planning your wedding is to know the Sunset times for that particular time and date of the year. It is vital for wedding photography to know what time it will get dark so you can plan your day backwards from sunset times.
You would of heard that its good luck to get married on a rainy day, but try telling that to the photographer and the bride-groom to wed. Luckily for everyone concerned that the Sydney climate is quite stable and rain is very limited to short spurts rather that torrential rain day in day out.