It’s such a great experience when couples pick locations for their photoshoots that have meaning or will add character to their pictures. Because once you look at the pictures and see the couple and then the background of the pictures it really allows you to take a look into what drives them or what they love. Andrea and Steve decided to include an urban vibe with in their with graffiti backdrops, open warehouses and stunning pictures of a couple in love. And Ten 2 Ten photography did a great job capturing it all, she also given us some great tips for curvy girls looking for a wedding photographer.
Andrea and Steve
From the Photographer: Rewind a decade of so… having just moved off campus, I was boarding the city bus to University in the morning. Needless to say it was a pretty sketchy cast of people on the crowded bus. I spotted a seat next to one of the only people that didn’t give me the heeby-jeebies and introduced myself. That kids, is how I met your mother… I mean Andrea. As the year’s past Andrea and I kept in touch. When I bought my first camera (a Canon Rebel…. hey, we all gotta start somewhere, right?) I took a trip to see Andrea and she was my first “model” as I practiced some poses. When I look back on those images *shiver*… well, let’s just say I’ve refined my style over the years. Regardless of how over or under exposed those first images were, Andrea remained my biggest fan. As my business grew and my skills were refined, Andrea was still on board as my personal pep squad. When she told me she met the man of her dreams and got engaged, I couldn’t wait to have her back in front of my camera to (properly) capture this happy moment in her life.
Vendor Love: Photographer: Ten·2·Ten Photography // Reception Venue: Evergreen Brickworks //