When Lora and Damien first contacted me and said that they would be holding their marriage ceremony in Adelaide at Henley Beach I was hoping that it would be around sunset and that we would be able to take advantage of the beautiful soft golden light that we generally get at that time of the day.
When she said that it would be I was very excited and we organised to get together a few weeks prior to her Wedding Day and discuss the type of photography that she wanted and to look for the best photo opportunities.
After a lovely ceremony on the lawns at Henley Square I could see that it was getting close to that magical time of the day and suggested that we go for a walk along the beach and take advantage of the light...
Lora was very accommodating in agreeing to take her shoes off and walk along the sand and get her feet wet (and her wedding dress) but as you can see it was definitely worth the effort.
It was great fun to have their girls along as well and they really got into the spirit of it all to make it a great family event.
One of my favourite shots of this lovely couple and their family together celebrating their beautiful Adelaide Wedding.
As an interstate couple getting married (live in WA but getting married in SA) we put the shout out that we were looking for a photographer who could understand our situation, be great with communication and who could work without having a formal introduction.
From the very first interaction with Mark we were put at ease, he was one of the very few photographers who took the time to call us instead of just sending through a generic pricelist, which was huge for us.
He was very easy to work with and was able to adopt tactics into the day to help not only the kids focus on the camera but the groom also.
If your the type of person who just wants to relive the photo moments quickly then no need to worry, Mark had a selection of photos sent to us within a day and the entire package within the week. We can't fault his work or his efficiency and we are really happy with the results.
Donna and Simon