Sometimes being a photographer opens doors to worlds most people don’t get to see. That’s exactly what happened to me when I photographed a surgeon using an intense green laser during an operation. The room was pretty much completely darkened and the light came from the very impressive and incredibly powerful sci-fi laser beam.
What can I say about Emma and Peter’s wedding other than it was magnificent and a pleasure to be their wedding photographer.
Byron Bay hold a special place in their hearts as they were engaged here. Peter popped the question during a private moment on the lookout at The Pass. With family and friends scattered about Australia it made sense for them to bring the crew to Byron for their wedding. The ceremony was held at the Byron Bay Surf Club in brilliant sunshine.
As the afternoon faded into night, the clouds built up leading to a massive, cleansing rainstorm during their speeches. The food was delicious with a combination of Morrocan flavours featuring highly. Catering was by the team at EatDrink Catering.
Here’s a look at some of their beautiful Byron Bay beach wedding photography.
Ladies and gentlemen, did you get engaged at Christmas or New Years? Congratulations. Particularly to anyone who managed to get a free fireworks show as part of the engagement. Time to start planning for the wedding and I know a great, friendly wedding photographer who is ready to create beautiful images of your wedding. Me.
Drop me a message from my contacts page or head over to Facebook (like me) and send a message from there.
Just uploaded a bunch of images to rotate on my front page and thought I’d share them here too.
They are a selection of wedding and commercial stock photography images I took recently in London and Paris. Now back in Lismore I am ready to do your photography in Northern NSW, and am also happy to travel to any destination you require.
Stu and Jinene had a fabulous ceremony for their beach side wedding at Yamba – and just as the documents were being signed, the heavens opened. It poured, we all were soaked to the bone – and we laughed. And laughed.
Despite the weather change everyone had a great time with wedding photography in the rain. Some guests turned up to the black tie formal reception in casual clothes, others dried off with the aid of towels and hair dryers – others just came wet. Great fun and a wedding that Yamba will talk about for a long time to come.
I’m about to completely redo my photography price lists from scratch. Here’s your chance to tell me what you want and how much you want to pay for it. Weddings, portraits, anything – please let me know what you would expect to receive and how much you would expect to pay. Just send me a message from the contacts page or via Facebook.
And as an incentive – the most helpful responder gets a free portrait photoshoot. Also, please go like my page at http://www.facebook.com/DavidFreundPhotography
As a wedding photographer there are things I love to see at the weddings I attend. The first, of course, is a couple in love. I also want to see them and their friends having fun with their families bursting with pride. After that, nothing else really matters because I see weddings as being about people in love, not about things, decorations and assorted flair. All that stuff is just a bonus. But what a great and stunning bonus it can be. This was exactly the case for Jasen and Katrina’s Lismore wedding.
This was the far north NSW society wedding of the year. Two wonderful people, respected businesspeople, high profile people – getting married in a highly anticipated ceremony. And it was perfect.
The stylish, timeless elegance of a black tie formal wedding, a traditional church ceremony, a fairytale horse and carriage, a stunning wedding gown, a clear marquee for the reception lit by chandeliers and candelabra, gold and white colour theme, with food from one of the best chefs in the country.
Was it great? No, it was better than that. It was a phenomenal wedding. And on to some wedding photos.