We create great wedding day photos by using top-class shooting equipments and light shaping tools. No matter the weather, or how big the challenge is, we are professional wedding photographer who still delivers best shots without holding back by the limitations of natural light. Forget about the weather, enjoy your wedding day, and our wedding photography team will do the rest. 🙂
In Chinese tradition, bride will stay at home, to wait for their groom to pick her up and then bring her to meet the groom’s parents and family. Instead of home, many modern brides choose to stay at hotel, because hotel rooms are normally larger in size with nicer lighting and deco. Tiffany respects the tradition, staying at home is her first choice. Just like most customers, she also worried about how the photos look like as the light sources in her home are not as pure as those in the hotel. With the help of our professional light shaping tools, we overpowered all impure light sources. The home looks so clean and bright in every photo. Hotel room maybe better, but it is not essential. We don’t need a expensive hotel room to have good photos. No matter the place, photo quality is promised.
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Tiffany and Jerry had their wedding banquet at Tsui Hang Village in Tsim Sha Tsui. In order to have better time control, we went to Kowloon Park in the same district for outdoor portrait. Visitors in the park does not affect the photos, all we can see in the photos are only happiness and romance. When we were taking portraits with the couple and their bridesmaids and groomsmen, the mosque behind us rang the bell, it frightened all wild pigeons. Hundred wild pigeons flew up to the sky at the same time, they created the most special backdrop of the day!
Let’s watch Tiffany and Jerry’s same day edit video!
(Our wedding photography packages offer 2P / 2P1V / 2P2V options)
Want to see more real weddings?
Sherry and Darren’s Wedding Day at The Mira Hong Kong
Sandy and Cary’s Outdoor Wedding Romance at The Repulse Bay
Jessica and Tung’s Glam Wedding at Intercontinental Hong Kong