Clement and Jean were married on 7 March 2015 at a beautiful wedding ceremony in the presence of family and friends at Paya Lebar Methodist Church. I previously did 3 engagement shoots for them at various locations (see shoots 1, 2, and 3); so the actual day wedding shoot was to me the finale.
For this wedding blog post, I thought that I would share something different by showing how I cover a full wedding rather than posting a few highlight photos which I normally do for events that I document. I have always advised couples looking for a wedding photographer to check out the photographer’s full coverage of at least 2 to 3 weddings, in addition to viewing the standard portfolio, which consists of selected images from many different weddings. This would allow the couples to determine if the photography coverage over the whole wedding day is of a consistently high quality.
The following photos are from Clement and Jean’s wedding day. My photographic style is documentary or photojournalistic. I believe in being unobtrusive in my approach to capturing the events as they unfold on a wedding day; hence I rarely ‘direct’ the subjects in front of my camera and hardly use flash photography. My aim is to provide the couples with a faithful photographic representation of their wedding day.