We’ve just published some updates to our wedding photography galleries. These have been long overdue- on a web site which has been in exile from the land of regular maintenance for way too long. It’s not about to change anytime soon- however it is definitely on our list of things which need to be done. In the meantime, take a look at the updates on this wedding gallery page. The photos show a ceremony at the Catholic Church, Ferntree Gully Melbourne.
The couple were both on time- though not at the same time- and this encouraged the natural fun expressions which you can see throughout the gallery. It might be worth mentioning that this gallery will grow over time, as we find opportunity to prepare images for online migration. Keep watching the page, for weekly updates which will happen in stages as time becomes available.
Are you considering a church wedding followed by a reception venue party later?
Give yourself the best chance at having an awesome day, and do what our bride and groom did here. Allow a generous amount of time for wedding photography. How much is enough? Ideally, you should have absolutely no less than 90 minutes of true shooting time on location, and this does not include travel. If you are trying to cut back wedding care hire time to save money, it’s not worth it. We can show you lots of other ways to save money on a wedding, without compromising anything.
Cutting back on photo time will only put your opportunity for great wedding photography in jeopardy.