I have just collected my wedding photos. And I know many people have been asking about them. So here you go. 😀 …>.<
How I feel about the photos? I didn’t expect they turn out to be so well. Thanks for modern photos editing software, flaws can be covered. Hehe…But my fiancee is really very pretty, isn’t she?
I still remember I went through the wedding photography session without my glasses. Whatever I see is completely blur when I looked ahead. I could still make up the shape of the person or the object. Still not so bad…as in, I won’t bump into the props…haha…
They were different venues. The indoor photography session lasted from 10am till 4pm. Then, the photographer drove us and the light-man to NTU which is in Boon Lay. Thus, we spent 1 hour to travel from North to the extreme West of Singapore (NTU – Nanyang Technological University). My fiancee and I met there and so it was a nostalgic place full of beautiful memories.
We spent about an hour there, moving from NTU Admin Annex to Nanyang Auditorium and then to LT 7, beside the Administration Building.
The photographer was very creative and flexible in making use of the venue to take wonderful wedding photos. He actually waited for the fountain to function before he snapped.
At about 6pm, we boarded the Mercedes Benz and travelled to Changi Village. It was a pier behind the SAF chalets. It was another 1 hour of commuting from extreme West to the extreme East. When we reached there, it was already 7pm and the photography session lasted for another 2 hour.
We were really very tired by then. However, it was an enjoyable session, travelling to extreme corners of Singapore for our wedding shots.
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