The Rocks Wedding Photography
Shooting weddings has some wonderful benefits. It is such a joy enjoying all the positive and strong emotions on the day, even if second shooting. You can be a even more unobtrusive than the lead photographer, blending into the background and capturing the real moments of the ceremony and reception that really help add to a good wedding album. I had a wonderful opportunity to do just that recently, second shooting for the very talented Kellee Walsh of Kellee Walsh Photography. She gave Made of Light Photography the privilege to be part of that special day and I want to thank her for that.
The beautiful couple were Jennifer and Juan, and the wedding took place, what can look like an unusually warm and 'comfortable' church located in the heart of The Rocks. Same goes with the reception: To me there are few better places for a wedding in Sydney, not only are the iconic bridge and Opera house visible (and stunning) from the waterfront, but the area has a wonderful combination of rustic stones, breathtaking waterfront views and contemporary dining. Perfect for a classic ceremony followed by an exuberant reception.
That, really, was the wedding in short, classic but contemporary, a real regard for tradition with the chapel and the bride and groom arriving in beautiful early model Bentleys, where even the kids were looking very sharp in suits and dresses, all this with a reception that I think even the opera house could hear that night. I had a wonderful time helping Kellee capture memories that Juan and Jennifer will no doubt treasure forever and I wish them all the best in their life together, and as always a big thank you to Kellee for allowing me to shoot this wonderful occasion!