Wedding Photography

Wedding Photography Tips

Photo Tips for Wedding Guests

Chances are that you will be attending a wedding or two sometime soon. And, chances are, you'll be bringing your camera to the wedding along with a gift or two for the happy couple. 

Photography Tips That Can Make A Big Difference!

Would you like to pursue photography, but aren't sure where you should begin? Do you question if you are taking your shots correctly or if the lighting suits the mood of a photograph? Even seasoned photographers are constantly learning about and improving their craft.

Wedding Photo Do's & Don'ts:

After months of planning the finer details of your special day - the dress, the location, the guest list and more - your head will likely be spinning. But with so much to think about, it is important not to overlook your only opportunity to permanently capture your special day.

Wedding Photo Do's & Don'ts:

After months of planning the finer details of your special day - the dress, the location, the guest list and more - your head will likely be spinning. But with so much to think about, it is important not to overlook your only opportunity to permanently capture your special day - your wedding photography.

Do I Really Need a Wedding Video?

Your wedding day will be a blur to you and your parents. You plan the many details for months, but your wedding day goes by so fast that you will miss a large part of it.

NZ Wedding Planner Official Photographer Checklist Guide - The Photos You Want Taken At Your Wedding

Here is our official NZ Wedding Planner photograph checklist guide for the shots you want included in your wedding. Just print this off, tick the shots you would most like, if not all of them - and hand it to your photographer when you make your consultation.

Choosing A Photographer

Your photographeris a key player in your wedding, as it is through the lens that you will receive many memories of your day.  Photographs will stimulate memories for years to come; memories you will relive with your friends or even relate one day to your grandchildren.