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The last time I was in Williamstown shooting a session was at Ash & Helen’s wedding (http://wp.me/p1gbZh-vm) in November last year.  So to be back at a couple of familiar spots in Williamstown was super cool…

Ben chose Williamstown for his engagement shoot backdrop and I loved his reasoning.  Ben shared a number of experiences growing up in Williamstown, of the many the one’s of fond family memories was noticeably told a number of times.  A few beers Ben shared  with close mates whilst seeing them making their next step in life in marriage.  So it was fitting to also include Julie in this little Bayside suburb of Williamstown Memories.

We look forward to bring you their up and coming wedding story so stick around!

(Film Stock: Fujifilm 400H & Contax 645 – For some reason I always get asked via emails on gear, film and the love of analog process)

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“Epic” is probably the best way to describe our wedding season so far.

Here is what is included in this “epicness”:

  • a self designed and made vintage wedding dress by Laura
  • some of the most amazing pallet of colours in the bouquet
  • an amazing couple who are truly in love just enjoying their big day

Tom and I are so proud to bring you fine folks a sneak peek into this little fairy tale from Jonathan & Laura’s Ballarat wedding.

Provincial Victorian weddings is where our heart is at…. in particular Ballarat!

Note: Fujifilm 400H is added “epicness”  Sample_0107

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I still remember the day I received that one email from Maya that read something like this…. “I am enamored with your work….” that left a smile on my face for at least the next 3 months as we were warming up to the wedding season (and it still warms my heart thinking about it).

Plus that cemented the fact that I really wanted to work with both both Steve and Maya on their special day.  You guys also rocked this one!

Disclaimer: 100% film sessions (Fuji Reala 100 & Fuji 400H) + a combination of Contax 645 and Pentax 67ii goodness all round (Geeky talk)… “we love film!!”

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There is a special place in our hearts for Laura and Jonathan.  It wasn’t too long ago in fact it was last year, we were invited to be part of Laura’s brothers wedding of Dave and Steph.  So when Laura called us about her own wedding we were seriously over the moon to say the least.

Here is a little snapshot of another beautiful couple that we have been able to create some memories for.  Just a warning…. Kodak Portra looks amazing on a coolish weather given it’s the last few days of winter here in Australia.

I hope you guys have enjoyed our recent engagement shoots as of late and look forward to sharing some more work soon!

Film Stock: Kodak Portra 400

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Our next wedding venue was at Overnewton Castle….. what an amazing venue & location.  So much fun shooting Jonathan and Kath’s wedding.  Fujifilm 400h used and Contax 645 Medium Format.

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A beautiful “Boston” couple getting married in one of the most beautiful part of Victoria…. Fairhaven along The Great Ocean Road.

This beautiful Fairhaven beach wedding with Ryan & Christiana and their closest of friends Paul, Flora, Sangita & Hershel oozed intimacy amongst the closest of friends.

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Warning this blog is another 100% film shoot.  Just a little something whilst we prepare Jonathan & Kath’s wedding pics.

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Our last wedding for 2012 took Tom and I over to Hobart in Tasmania.  For me this was no ordinary wedding as I remember Jenny as a 4-year-old brat way back when our family lived in Wangaratta – a provincial township in country Victoria.  You see Jenny is my dear cousin and we did grow up together in a short space of time til Jenny and her family decided to move and live in Gosford in NSW.  It was an absolute honour to not only see Jenny get married to an incredible man and that’s none other than Andrew.   Gorgeous wedding, awesome location and best of all I finally got to see my little cousin get married and also had having the sheer honour to capture the wedding day is just too much awesomeness all in one day in November!  Our first wedding shooting in digital and Fuji 400h Film in Medium Format goodness and the results were incredible!  I loved the concept of an all “Bro” bridal party….. so cool.

Once again Jenny and Andrew, congratulations to the both of you on a really chilled out and relaxed wedding!

Thank you for viewing and a massive start to our 2013 blogging year!  Happy 2013 to everyone!

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Echuca was our next destination for Steph and Neil’s wedding.  We were just as excited as the Bride and Groom were because Echuca was a perfect backdrop to a gorgeous classical wedding.

What a gorgeous couple and congratulations to Steph and Neil once again!

Ghis & Rhys had arranged for a very sweet old Chevie convertable in pristine condition, so we decided that the theme of “something old, something new”.  The location chosen was a brilliant contrast and a perfect fit to the overall theme.

Congratulations Ghis & Rhys, you guys rock!

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