A Snapshot in Time

People do ask me about video.

The biggest reason why I love a single frame is that it truly can tell a story in itself, and can also provoke imagination at the same time, so you can end up with an even better story! No need for rolling film, just one shot that can say so much.

Here is one.

A picture of a white balloon. This is on the cover of Chris and Emma’s wedding album, which I also have as a studio album.

This was my first Byron Bay Wedding that I photographed and still one of my favorites to this day.

The wedding aisle down to the mulberry tree where Chris and Emma said “I do!” was made of white balloons pinned to the ground with white golf tee’s, and just as Chris kissed Emma, the cute little flower girl tripped over one and the balloon flew off up into the air.

This may not be a story that anyone else might know, but to Chris and Emma it was a picture that said a thousand words.

It’s also a moment I’ll never forget…and that’s why I use a camera.

Byron Bay Wedding Photography - Emma and Chris - White Baloon

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