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Anderson was recommended to us by a friend, and I would highly recommend Anderson for any future wedding! He was discreet, courteous and we had numerous compliments about how good he was on the day and the quality of the images. We are overjoyed with the photographs of our special day, which Anderson captured with aplomb. Every detail was attended to and all the shots we requested were taken. Anderson went above and beyond for our wedding. Thank you!
Lanzi is one of the sweetest bride I ever shot. Her sweet smile and gorgeous face can simply kill anybody. I did both pre-wedding and wedding day shooting for Lanzi and Terence and both experience were fulfilling. I really love this set of photos because not only Lanzi and Terence, but also their bridesmaids, groomsmen and family members all enjoyed the day very much. I could enjoy taking photos with journalistic approach without too much difficulties coz everybody didn’t shy from the camera and looked so natural. I am really thankful to Lanzi and Terence, for their trust to let me be their wedding photographer.
It has been some time that I haven’t uploaded any photos here, and from time to time my friends and clients asked about this. I confess that it is because I have been so busy last year and could hardly squeeze any time to update my page. Sorry everyone for keep you waiting!
Today, I suddenly think of the wedding of Philip and Cindy so I decided to share their photos with you. It was a happy wedding back in 2012. Yes, it was 2012, but just recently Cindy told me once again how much she loves the photos as they captured all the precious moments, her laughter and tears on this very important day in her life. Time flies, Cindy has become a caring mother of a little boy. I sincerely wish that I could capture the happy faces of her family with my camera once again! Cindy and Philip, I owe you a set of family photos! Let’s do it!
Lanzi and Terence did their first engagement shooting in Hong Kong before approaching us. They wanted something new but time was not allowed to go any far. Bearing this in mind, I suggested to shoot in Macau, a place which is no surprise for most HK photographers and may even be treated as an “outdated” choice. Yet, I still find it refreshing to shoot in Macau for its cultural diversity and the coexistence of old and new buildings and infrastructures.
Thanks to the great weather on that day, we made use of the natural sunlight throughout the whole shooting. The warm sunset lighting at the Chapel of Our Lady of Penha was particularly beautiful. And those photos taken there are certainly my favourites.
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If you follow our website closely, it won't be difficult for you to notice that Nicole and Kwun are true fans of vintage style. We did a vintage pre-wedding for them in Kam Tin last year, in which Nicole wore Qipao and Kwun wore something exactly like what we could see in the famous drama "Shanghai Tan". In their wedding, the vintage style continued to persist. From Nicole's veil, wedding gown to the venue - Helena May, all are tastefully picked.
To shoot for Kwun and Nicole is always enjoyable. Not only because they are both funny people, but also they are the very rare kind of couple which could really relax and enjoy every moment of their wedding.
The church ceremony and the Helena May cocktail party are just the prelude of their wedding. Photos on their very traditional Chinese wedding took place in the village of the rural area will follow. Stay tuned and will show you more!
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I would like to share with you a lovely wedding I shot in late March this year, the wedding of Joyce and Alvan. It is the kind of wedding that I like most – Without a busy full day schedule; they just have a small scale ceremony plus a cozy party with only a small group of close family members and friends. We had a very relaxing day and good enough time to do some portraits inside the hotel.
Joyce has previewed the photos and she kindly told me that she loves the way I photographed her wedding, for that I included the emotions of other people in the pictures especially her parents which she should have missed it otherwise. I thank Joyce for sharing her comments with me and I just want to let her know that to take “story-telling” photos is my goal and I am happy that she appreciates what I have done for her. My heartfelt thanks to Joyce and Alvan once again, for all your support, trust and encouragement.
I thought I was taking photos for Miss Ko Hoi Ling (local TV star), what do you think?
Thanks Phoebe and Kenny for engaging me to take pre-wedding photos for you. We tried something new, did something funny and I am sure it was an enjoyable experience for all of us, am I right?