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I suggested to shoot in Macau, a place which is no surprise for most HK photographers and may even be treated as an “outdated” choice.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.
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?
I still remember when I first met Ivy and Mike at a coffee shop in IFC, I felt both of them were rather cool and quiet. I was a bit worried because I was not sure if I could handle “cool” people well during the shooting. Luckily, by planning the shooting together, plus going “gown hunting” with Ivy (by my partner Sam), we got to know more about this couple and we finally noticed that they are really awesome!
Having 18 groomsmen and 9 bridesmaids on their wedding day, you can imagine how good person they are. Thanks Ivy and Mike for your trust, we gained not only a business, but also friendships with two genuinely nice people.
What makes a beautiful engagement photo? To me, it is not the complicated setting, lighting, or a cool pose, but the couple’s genuine smile straight from heart. Cindy and Philip, thank you so much for your trust. I know both of you just love the photos as much as I do.
Everything needs to nicely match with each other to create this Chinese vintage feeling. Thanks to Nicole’s effort in finding her beautiful Qipao, accessories, the grey vintage suit for Kwun and the many more details to make it happen. The very professional styling by Priscilla is also a key to successfully imitate such a feeling. I particularly appreciate the lace umbrella, it serves not only a nice background but also a focal point of the photo. I will give Nicole a thumbs-up!
I still remember when I first met Elaine and Louis, they told me that they had already had their pre-wedding shooting in Korea. However, Louis thought the experience wasn’t that enjoyable because he was posed rather unnaturally. Bearing this in mind, I decided to instruct Louis for action instead of still pose during our shooting. Surprisingly, I found that Louis has very active “acting cells”!! He can actually perform naturally in front of the camera. I even think he is quite photogenic! I particularly like those pictures that were taken inside the country park around sunset, in which Louis and Elaine were jumping on the grassland with funny faces and motions. The sunlight from the back also created a warm and soft feeling.
Thank you so much Elaine and Louis, all the best for your wedding in this October!