Heidi + Mikey Engagement Photography

This is Heidi and Mikey. Mikey proposed to Heidi in McDonalds. They had a paint fight. They are in love.

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Engagement Photography By Samuel Burns



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Ben H - Your use of light is phenomenal, that first shot is pretty epic.

Jenny R - These are so lovely, great light and feel.

Josh - Niceee. That first one is awesome!

Sam - Thanks guys! .. glad you like the pics Heidi, you guys were fun to shoot 🙂

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Kellee Walsh - These are great Sam, the paint shots are fantastic 🙂

Heidi - Sam – really great work! I LOVEEE the black and white pics where my mouth is always wide open from laughter =P They look so natural. :)The paint shots also came out awesome! Had a great time thanks for everything!! 🙂

megan noonan - Really, really great work!

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Sam - Thanks guys! Yep Jenny, 45 TSE on a lot of shots.

Jenny R - Did you use a Tilt lens? These are so good.

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Jess - wowzers. awesome.

Ben H - Fantastic work, some of the best couple photography I’ve seen. Keep it up!

Kellee - Gorgeous work Sam. The tones throughout are amazing. Lovely light!

James - love these shots, everything about them is perfect.

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Ok ok, so I’m a wedding photographer, but thats not all I photograph. I have been known to shoot the odd spot of advertising photography. In fact, I was just voted Australia’s number two emerging advertising photographer by the most established advertising photographers in Australia… and that’s kinda cool. This poll is run by Capture Magazine annually. Being a photographer, I figured I may as well take the mag somewhere nice and snap a few pics of it!

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Kellee - Congratulations!

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When I first met Dave and Esther I knew they were going to be a fun couple to shoot… what can I say… within five minutes of pulling my camera out they were perched amid a tree and swinging around like monkeys… I was right.

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Kellee - These are awesome Sam! Can’t wait to see the wedding pics!

Sydney Wedding Photographer – Benjamin & Sarah Sneak Peek

Ok ok, these shots aren’t exactly your typical wedding photographs for a number of reasons, one of which being that they are shot at night using available light from a nearby street lamp. But hell, we thought we may as well make use of the opportunity to do something different! Shooting at night gives really rich colours as the orange hue of the street light mixes with the cool blue shade of night. Such conditions provide many a challenge for both the photographer and subject. These photographs were shot on a 45mm Tilt/Shift lens with a slow shutter speed on a tripod. Let me tell you, focusing the 45 TS-E is unwieldy at the best of times… doing it at night requires intervention from God, Buddha, Allah and Vishnu! For all you photo nerds out there, here is a little trick I use to focus when it’s dark. Have the subject hold a small light source such as a torch… or in this case an Iphone next to their face (on the same plane of focus). Said light source should be facing the camera, thus providing a small but bright point light source on the same plane you want in focus. Now simply focus on this and bingo! Just make sure the subject and camera position stay the same and repeat as necessary.

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manny - This photographer really know how to work with the lighting. I thought too much light would not make the color pop, but in these case it works well. Specially if you have a lot of white walls.

Kellee - Very fun shot! Thanks for the tips too!!

Choosing The Right Wedding Photographer : Advice

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Lets face it, unless you’re a bit of a photo nerd like me you probably don’t know a whole lot about photography, in fact you’ve probably never really encountered a moment in your life when you have had to deal with wedding photographers and assess what they have to offer. It is for this reason that finding a wedding photographer thats right for you can be a daunting task, a task many couples don’t know how to attack, a task many couples find confusing. Here are some basic guidelines to get you started.

Photographs you love. At the end of the day the main reason you should be hiring a photographer to shoot your wedding is because you love their images. It is all too easy to get lost in a sea of options, one photographer includes 100 4×6’s, another a free album. If you don’t enjoy the images your photographer produces all this means nothing. If you are new to looking at photography jump on the net and browse numerous wedding photographers. You should eventually start to notice a trend in the style of work you are drawn to, the style of images you connect with and can see yourself in.

Meet potential photographers. Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life, as such it can also be one of the most stressful. The last thing you want is someone you don’t feel comfortable around intruding upon your personal space or taking control over your day. A great wedding photographer will nestle unobtrusively into your day, help you feel relaxed and comfortable and generally be enjoyable to have around. By meeting with potential wedding photographers you can make certain you connect as individuals and feel relaxed and comfortable around each other.

Packages. This is one area that is all too easy to get bogged down in. With an endless array of offerings it is important not to be swayed away from concentrating on my first two tips.  As I mentioned earlier, what is the use of having a package that consists of 4000 photographs, free prints, cheap albums and a kitchen sink if you don’t enjoy looking at any of the photographs? It is false economy to base decisions primarily on packages and a marketing tactic many photographers may use to up sell you. Having said that you need to approach packages by first defining what is really important to you. Do you wish to be able to print images yourself? Would you like an album? Do you really need a truckload of 4×6’s or would you rather email photos to friends? If you can approach packages with an idea of what you really need it will make sorting through the options much less confusing.

Coverage. As a wedding photographer myself my personal approach to wedding photography is that many of the most beautiful and memorable moments occur outside of the “main events” and thus it is important to capture them in order to tell the whole story. I also believe in offering every client the best I can deliver, as such I am only willing to offer all day coverage as I know the story will be incomplete if I only turn up for the ceremony and reception. On the other hand many wedding photographers offer a variety of coverage options and charge an hourly rate if they go overtime. This is a tactic often used to offer lower starting prices which may seem attractive but add up quickly once you realise that four hours coverage is not going to obtain the result you are after. Again, consider what is important to you, are you only after a few photos of the ceremony and the guests or do you wish to be able to look back at the “story” of your wedding day.

Price. When it comes down to it we all have a budget by which we need to stick, this should be defined early in the process so that you can look at photographers within your price range. Assuming however that you are shopping within your budget I would suggest choosing a wedding photographer based not on price, but on the aforementioned guidelines. Once all is said and done you will forget about the price long before you forget about how a wedding photographer ruined your day or how much you hate your photographs.

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