Captured at The Ascot House in Melbourne, Victoria, the couple didn't want any posed formal photographs. We worked around it by setting a scene and getting some help from their friends. Photography by Evoke Eternity (www.evokeeternity.com)
The couple didn't want any cheesy formal poses, so what better way than to set a scene for them and let their natural characters shine as the sun began to set for the day. Check out more photos from the wedding at http://www.evokeeternity.com/melbourne-wedding-autumn-the-ascot-house/
Making portraits on the run. It was time to for the bride to change into her evening make up. I directed the siblings to walk along with us and those smiles were very natural from seeing me walk backwards over uneven grass. Gotta do what you gotta do to get those smiles!
The bride in her traditional Chinese bridal dress called a qua. This very dress has been in the family for three generations! Such a privilege to capture this! Photography by Wayne Wong with Evoke Eternity (www.evokeeternity.com)
Happy to oblige a bride who just wanted to dance in the wind. This was captured on the beach, in between the rain and with another storm coming very shortly after. The bride didn't mind as she was over the moon she was marrying her life partner that day! Photography by Wayne Wong with Evoke Eternity (http://www.evokeeternity.com). See more of Evoke Eternity's Wedding photography services in Australia at http://www.evokeeternity.com/wedding-photography/