Monthly Archives: August 2011

Candid wedding photos from Bali

The wedding of Jake & Tareka Jake & Tareka contacted me a few months back, even before they had fixed their venue and other details of their wedding in Bali.  They liked our style of candid wedding photography journalism so much that they wanted to secure their wedding photographer first. The wedding took place in a […]

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Marry me at sunset on a beach in Bali

Kellie and Ryan had a clear idea of what they wanted for their wedding in Bali: at sunset – close to the beach at their favorite hotel. Kellie was also intent on having candid, wedding photographs in the golden light of the late afternoon sun. But it was not all smooth sailing at first as […]

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Dominik - October 13, 2012 - 7:47 am

the light is not depended on a particular location… and digital light plays a great role to…

EmmaGrace - October 13, 2012 - 5:50 am

The lighting in these pictures is beautiful, where was the location of this wedding?

Casual Family photography in Bali – part 2

Sunardi’s family selected me as their photographer for children and family photography in Bali because they wanted to have something different from what most of their friends have. They wanted photographs of themselves and their children in a completely natural and rather un-posed manner.  So they used a family vacation to get their family photographs […]

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Family photos beyond conventions - July 24, 2013 - 10:05 am

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A heavenly affair… Ayana Chapel Wedding Bali

The Wedding of John & Kyra Being the wedding photographer for John & Kyra at their fabulous wedding in one of Bali’s most spectacular chapels was very special for me. Doing wedding photography at such a magnificent venue is naturally a solid basis for good photos. But at Kyra & John’s wedding it was more […]

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A clever wedding at Ayana chapel - April 22, 2013 - 10:42 am

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