JACK AND KC WEDDING DAY PART II
“Talents and gifts do not reduce or diminish when shared; they expand and increase like the widening ripples from a pebble dropped in still water.” This was one of the quotes I came across today, and it reminded me of the good weekend I had spent with friends for the V48 competition despite the already busy schedule I had. I have photoshoot on weekends on top of my regular 9-5 job; I have editing timeline and still squeeze frequent social agendas in between. Now, I have ventured into video and film production and discovered endless joy and interest in them. Who does that? Only the man who has an explicit and ever-evolving vision I must humbly confess. I can’t tell you how much I love what I do!
To be honest I really don’t know where I am going with this and how many “episodes” there will be for Jack and Kc’s wedding. I just follow my heart to share these photos with everyone here, and hopefully, you will like it too.
In case anyone missed my previous blog post, JACK AND KC WEDDING PART I is here. In PART II, let’s focus a bit more on the guys. : )
On a wedding day, a photographer needs to plan ahead, shoot and capture as swift as possible. PLAN means your will need to know the wedding day schedule by heart in order to prioritise your shots. This is especially true when travelling between two to three different locations is required. After I finished shooting bridal makeup and getting ready, I quickly dashed from Quay Street to Jack’s new apartment at Viaduct…at 6ish. AM!!!
McDonald’s breakfast for the guys, keeping them strong and healthy for the long day ahead.
Tie, burger and speech.
SHOOT includes planned shots, so the photographer will need to know exactly what to photograph. Here comes the Groom – Jack!
Over the other side, waiting for a final touch, Kc was nearly all ready. Here CAPTURE involves taking a lot of candid shots from everything important to everything interesting, all in a very fast pace.
There were so much stories on the day and I was glad to be there all to tell.
For a traditional Chinese wedding it’s not that easy for the groom to see the bride straight away. He needs patience, strategies, money, good communication skills and lots of help from the groomsmen.
If you have a strong friendship with the groomsmen, they would probably lay their life down for you.
Quiz by quiz, penalty by penalty, the Prince will eventually hold the hands of Princess.
TO BE CONTINUED…