I love the variety in this shoot- Dave and Jess came to us referred by their friends Kiel and Janine and had complete trust in us from the onset. They came to the shoot with a couple of gorgeous wardrobe changes, and despite the freezing cold, rocked it out bare foot! Love it.
We powered around Mt Tamborine taking photos in a few different locations and ended up at the lookout for some wispy windy silhouettes. Thanks for being troopers
We can’t wait for the wedding!
A weeee bit behind on the blogging as per usual! I posted Jonathan and Lillys beautiful wedding MONTHS ago, but here is a gorgeous preview of their pre wedding engagement shoot
We are photographing Ryan and Melissa’s wedding in a couple of months time, and Melissa contacted us to arrange to have family photos taken with her beautiful Mum, Deborah for her birthday. As Ryan and Melissa live in Airlie Beach, this was also the only time we were really able to take any photos of the two of them prior to the wedding… so we took some family photos all together, then headed off with just Ryan and Melissa for a couple of photos to celebrate their engagement
Another wild afternoon with amazing storm clouds looming in the air.
We love this session. You guys are so gorgeous together We are looking forward to giving you your mounts, as they are going to look so great up on your walls!
Well, to say this was interesting afternoon would be an understatement! The lead up was intense!
As Scott works out of town, there was only one afternoon window of opportunity for the engagement shoot to happen. A couple hours before the shoot a storm started brewing so we rescheduled a little earlier, and figured (as with the storm comes traffic) we should head off early and hope for the best with the weather!
Frantic text messages from Kellie (replied to with my vain attempts to reassure it would be awesome) that the storm was getting worse, and the realisation that Adam, Scott and Kellie were ALL stuck in traffic, it was rather dark and the rain was absolutely pouring!
…To cut a long story short, we managed to convince them to keep driving, and all arriving about 15mins after the original start time, the rain had cleared and the most glorious light had taken it’s place (backed of course by moody sunlit clouds) Ohhhhh!
Needless to say, it all worked out in the end:) I love happy endings- and pretty pictures!