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This is the type of photograph that Debs will be able look back on and enjoy for many years, Jenny has captured this brilliantly. It is this type of spontaneous wedding photography that builds stories through the day. It comes from the experience of photographing weddings, the anticipation and timing is key. The other key part to this photograph is how relaxed and at ease the girls are with Jenny. Having the right personality for wedding photography is essential, it makes or breaks how your photos look. Nice work Jenny
WOW what a day. I arrived at The Intercontinental at Burswood to start the day. The Bridesmaids looked stunning in red. Hair and makeup done by Megan Da Silva was truly inspiring. Deb & Paul’s three little girls made me melt. They looked so amazing in their little princess dresses. When Deb put her dress on I think we all had a tear in our eye. She looked amazing. A Festival Of Flowers did the flowers for the day and I cant speak highly enough of how divine they were. RED RED RED roses.
The ceremony was at East Fremantle Baptist Church on canning highway. I arrived to guests arriving and the groom looking very sharp. Paul & Deb’s 3 little boys waiting very patiently with Dad. They wore black suits with red ties. So cute. I have to say these were 6 of the most well behaved and mannered kids I have ever met!! I loved them, so did the camera.
The ceremony was moving and full of love and joy. We had big plans for the bridal shoot, but when it rains plans change as they did for us on the day. Off we went to “Shacks Bridge” in Fremantle to escape the pouring rain and have some fun. AAA Executive Limousines provided the cars for the day. The 1928 ford Tudor limo really is a special car. Its candy apple red and really is a sight to behold.
I have seen this car numerous times in my wedding travels and it always makes me smile.
Paul & Deb had their first date at the Raffles Hotel in Applecross. As it was raining we ended up spending an hour or so there. It’s such an amazing art deco hotel. With mirrors and stunning lighting, we were able to get some really nice shots in there. We even got a couple of shots at the same table in the restaurant that they had their first date,I loved that.
The reception was held at Tawarri Lodge in Dalkeith. What a stunning reception centre it is. Great job Wedding World Perth for decorating the room so beautifully. The room looked truly breathtaking . Roadshow DJs DJ Max was in charge of the music, great job with something for everyone to dance to. Paul & Debs family and friends were all so nice. I love doing what I do, meeting people from all walks of life gathered together for a celebration of love.
I was a beautiful wedding. Congratulations Paul & Deb and family. Thank you for a great day.
Photography by Jenny
Graham & Nancy were married on their property in Wagin. They wanted a photographer who could capture their personalities and who was able to create some genuine images that told their story. Sebastian headed to their property early to get a good idea of the best light and backdrops to use. He already had a great plan in his head from talking to Graham & Nancy and he knew the importance of photographing their friends & their animals. They did not want the photography to be all about them and they certainly did not want a camera in their face for hours. Photographing weddings is all about the skill of helping people to feel comfortable so that they can be themselves, instead of a generic shot list we like to record genuine stories.
Photography by Sebastian
Kieran & Shae, married at The University of Western Australia’s Sunken Gardens
Photography by Sebastian
Eternity Photography is a family run business that delivers high quality photography. Our style is natural and we are experts at wedding storytelling. We want our clients to be able to remember their wedding day with genuine classic photographs. We love our clients and we enjoy the buzz of a wedding day. Our clients testimonials often refer to how they enjoyed the experience while being photographed. We know that the way that we handle weddings really brings the best out of everyone. This creates the powerful natural images that our clients love and it is a skill that we value highly. We have lost count how many times a self confessed photo hater has been converted to enjoying the experience in front of the lens.
Our photographers are available to meet and help you during the day, evening or weekend. They are passionate to learn about you and your wedding ideas, you may not know how the timing of the day works or the best locations to use. They will give you a clear and easy plan for you to consider for your day. One thing is certain if you need someone to help you, listen to you and come up with great ideas, then book a meeting with one of our photographers.
We use the very best quality products, the highest quality art books on the market, the finest albums, professional archival prints, beautifully textured canvas. When you look at the products in our packages the main fact to consider is that they will last, they will not fade, tear or sag in a few years time. We deliver quality products and keep clear of bulky packages full of cheaply made books, albums and prints.
Eternity Photography is a full time professional studio and a member of The Australian Institute of Professional Photography. We have been serving our clients for nearly fifteen years and loving every moment.
As you may know, Eternity Photography are opening a studio in Margaret River in January 2012. We will be keeping our newly renovated Perth studio of course. I nipped down to Margaret River to meet the lovely Kaydee who is the weddings & events coordinator at Laurance Cellar. By the time I had reached the cellar door I was speechless, the European charm of the architecture merges beautifully with the stunning landscaped gardens and endless vines. To add to that you are surrounded by forrest that seems to frame everything perfectly. As a photographer my mind was racing, I had my camera raring to go and I had arrived in time for the early morning light. My idea was to highlight the beautiful scenes and backdrops that I would use when photographing a wedding at Laurance Cellar. I love natural wedding photography, I love landscape or scenic photography and merging the two creates this perfect blend.
It was so nice to meet Kaydee at Laurance Cellar she was so welcoming and gave me the lowdown of where the hot photo spots were. All the staff from the restaurant to the gardeners whizzing around on their mowers were just so friendly and helpful. Here is the first of two sets of pics that I took.
We are opening a photography studio in Margaret River to run alongside our successful Perth studio. As part of our preparations I travelled to this beautiful region to check out the wineries and meet up with some of the locals.
I visited the Leeuwin Estate, one of the founding wineries of the now famous Margaret River district to meet up with the lovely Rachael, who manages the weddings and functions. Driving in through the estate along a windy lane past the endless vineyards it was clear why this is a highly sought after destination to celebrate your wedding day. I was here to scope out some great locations for photography and to pinpoint where I will be creating memorable natural images for my clients.
By the time I had entered the restaurant my head was buzzing with ideas for great images. The view from the balcony is made for either relaxing with a glass of wine or for someone like myself, getting very excited with my camera. The lawned area that meets a forrest of beautifully straight and very tall gum trees has a tranquil beauty that I love. I shot here in the late afternoon at a time that bridal shots would take place. The light is so soft and warm, perfect for portrait photography. Added to this, the soft natural colours of the forrest and vineyard, everything you need to create the style of natural photographs that have a subtlety which is very powerful.
I have met a lot of really genuine and nice people so far in Margaret River and Rachael is certainly one of them. Firstly she loved my images which was very cool and also during a hectic part of the day she took time to chat and help me find my feet. She told me where the best locations were on the estate which really helped. I have to say that with the stunning views, amazing food on show and great wine this really is a top spot to work and all the staff seemed to be well aware of that.
I will certainly be popping in again to say hi and taking some more shots. I am very excited about the images that I will be able to capture here. My style is very creative, natural and I love images with people within a landscape. For a bride and groom the best news is that you do not have to walk far to get a great range of images that will compliment each other beautifully. I think that is important and a great benefit to the Leeuwin Estate, in a relatively short space of time you can have some memorable wedding photographs and be back celebrating with your guests.
Daniel and Meagan,
Wow, what a wonderful day I had with this beautiful couple. When you are so positive and happy everything seems to just slot into place and that is exactly what happened. I really enjoyed building a story with my photographs and capturing the feeling of love and celebration. The wedding ceremony was at Matilda Bay amongst those gorgeous trees and river views. We had so much fun with the bridal party and family as they all hung around for photos and it was clearly evident from getting to know their parents where Dan and Meagan have got their positive outlook on life. Later on we headed over to the Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club and we got some really fun images. Dan is flying supply Chinook helicopters in Afghanistan so he wanted some funny shots with the old canon at the Yacht club. I really love the image on the jetty with all the beautiful colours in the water, lets just say Meagan was pretty excited when I showed her the back of my camera.