During the recent Vivid events in Sydney in May, we were fortunate to photograph the wedding of Kelly & Glynn.
Starting at the Four Seasons Hotel near Circular Quay, we moved onto the ceremony for family and friends at Wolfies on Circular Quay. As the sun set and dusk arrived we ventured out around Circular Quay, Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge for photos. It was great fun to make use of the Vivid projections as part of the wedding photos.
Here are a couple of favourites from the evening. We’ll be sharing more once Kelly & Glynn have seen them all.
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We were delighted to be part of Anthony & Amanda’s wedding at Darling Harbour’s Chinese Garden of Friendship recently.
There was a short and intimate ceremony with immediate family under cover within one of the garden buildings, followed by drinks and an opportunity for photos with the couple.
The garden is a beautiful location for affordable wedding photography in Sydney with lots of scope for different looks, including those with greenery and water features.
We really look forward to our next wedding there as we’ve spotted a heap of new locations which are perfect for wedding photos with the cheapest wedding photographers in Sydney .
Ramsey, one of our affordable wedding photographers in Sydney recently had the pleasure of photographing the wedding ceremony of Laurette & Dean which was held near the kiosk at Shakespeare’s Point in Nielsen Park, Sydney.
He returned from the shoot bouncing with excitement about the gorgeous ceremony and stunning location and cannot wait to return to shoot there. Nielsen Park has loads of stunning natural scenery, with huge trees framing pathways and offering perfect locations for wedding photography, without venturing far from the ceremony or reception. Some of the Moreton Bay Fig trees are simply stunning. Coupled with the backdrop of the blue water, it really is a wedding photographer’s ideal location and feels like you’re out in the bush, even though you are just a stones throw away from Sydney’s CBD.