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Brisbane Wedding Photographer – Tom Hall Photography


Hi and thanks for visiting my website. I am a qualified professional Wedding Photographer. I not only photograph weddings all over Australia and beyond.

Being a wedding photographer is a great privilege . It’s something I know I’m extremely blessed to be able to do. I am an easy going wedding photographer. I am happy when I work and I am always patient and understanding.

 My focus is capturing natural wedding photography. I focus on the joy of a wedding.  I’m all about making people feel and look beautiful.

I hope you enjoy looking through my website and seeing some of the wedding photography I’ve captured recently. If you like what you see and  want to find out more about what I offer please feel free to drop me an email via my contact page.

You can also view my Facebook Photo Stream Here. It has even more images you can check out as well.

Have a great day or evening.

Tom Hall Photography – Brisbane Wedding Photographer


Recent Awards:


Silver Distinction award 2014 AIPP National Awards – Wedding Photography Awards Category

Most Popular Photographer – Best Brisbane Wedding Photographer – WIEA

Most Popular Photographer – Best Queensland Wedding Photographer – WIEA

Most Popular Photographer – Top 3 Australian Wedding Photographer – WIEA


National Awards

Australian Professional Photography Awards Top 3 – Wedding Category 2013

AIPP Associate Honours 2013

Gold award 2013 AIPP National Awards – Wedding Photography Awards Category.

Silver Distinction award 2013 AIPP National Awards – Wedding Photography Awards Category.

2 Silver awards 2013 AIPP National Awards – Wedding Photography Awards Category.

State Awards

Silver Distinction award 2013 AIPP Queensland Awards – Wedding Photography Awards Category.

Silver award 2013 AIPP Queensland Awards – Wedding Photography Awards Category.

2 Silver awards 2013 AIPP Queensland Awards – Portrait Photography Awards Category.

Silver award 2013 AIPP Queensland Awards – Illustrative Photography Awards Category.

International Awards

5 Bronze awards – International Loupe Awards 2013 – Wedding Category

1 Silver award – International Loupe Awards 2013 – Wedding Category

1 Bronze award – International Loupe Awards 2013 – Illustrative Category



National Awards

4 Silver awards 2012 AIPP National Awards – Wedding Photography Awards Category.

State Awards

Silver award 2012 AIPP State Award – Portrait Photography Awards Category.



International Awards

Global People and Travel Photographer of the Year 2011 – Global Photo Awards



  • Lisa Thomas - January 11, 2014 - 10:09 PM

    I can honestly say – if you are looking for your wedding photos to simply ‘Wow’ then Tom Hall Photography is for you. Every photo is a piece of art in itself. How a bride and groom choose which photo to put on their wall is beyond me! I love them all.

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Cloudland is a Heavenly Venue for a Wedding Photographer

I’ve photographed a few weddings at Cloudland Brisbane and every time a new client books me for the venue I get excited. With each new visit I discover so many new things to photograph. It’s an inspiring place that results in the kind of imagery I feel blessed to capture. When I’m there it’s not uncommon for me to look at the back of the camera and blurt, “Yes!” It seems that everywhere I turn I’m capturing scenes that make me gasp.

As breathtaking as Cloudland is there’s something that impresses me even more than the design of the venue. It’s the fact that every time I visit I get the strong impression I’m welcome. Their wedding coordinator Jenni Bentley is Brisbane’s best! As far as Brisbane City venues go, I haven’t met anyone who is more passionate about what she does. What’s even more impressive is how naturally hospitality seems to come to her. I’m just the photographer, but still she makes every effort to ensure that I have everything I need. If she’s doing that for me, then you can imagine the kind of care and attention she’s giving to her clients.

What’s more, her staff help to set the kind of tone that makes for a much happier and more relaxed atmosphere. Cloudland is not just a great looking venue, it’s a great looking venue that strives to ensure it’s guests feel right at home. Sure, Cloudland’s a catchy name, but I hope they don’t mind me dubbing it; Brisbane’s Wonderland! It’s a truly amazing place.


Cloudland Wedding Photography

Cloudland Photos

cloudland wedding photos

Cloudland Wedding
Cloudland Wedding Photos
Cloudland Wedding by Tom Hall

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After I’ve finished photographing a wedding it’s not uncommon for me to come home and have a look at the images on the monitor straight away. Sometimes I even start editing that evening (which is a bit naughty considering I should be sleeping). I would sleep but after I’ve been creating all day I can’t help but buzz and it makes it difficult to nod off straight away.

Occasionally I’ll even upload a sneaky peak so that my clients can see a sample. I imagine them on their honeymoon wondering if their images are going to look great so this seems like a great way to show them so they can get on with enjoying their trip away.

Speaking of which, here’s an image from a recent wedding I photographed at Glengariff Historic Estate Winery.

Melanie at Glengariff Weddings

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Silver Distinction – Wedding Photography – APPA 2014

I am very happy to announce I was awarded a Silver Distinction in the Wedding Photography category at the 2014 APPA’s (AIPP National Awards). Big thanks to my clients Brenton and Jessica for inspiring me to the point where I could barely contain my professionalism. I distinctly remember screaming “Yes!” over and over again as I captured this!

Thanks also to the judges for recognising my work. It’s always a real privilege to be awarded and something that fills me with gratitude!

2014 APPA Wedding

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I would like to thank the public for voting for me in the Wedding Industry Experts Awards for 2014. I have been named the most popular wedding photographer in Brisbane and Queensland. This is a great honour and I am very happy to learn I have so much support! When I win AIPP awards it’s a great feeling to be recognised by my peers, but to hear that the public supports what I do makes me feel even more special! Honestly, I feel awesome and I owe it all to you – THANK YOU!

Brisbane And Queenland Most Popular Wedding Photographer 2014

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Tom Hall Landscape Photography
If you’ve been checking out my Facebook account lately you would’ve noticed I’ve been uploading seascape photography. Last year I made the decision to turn wedding photography booking requests down for June and July this year so I could take some time off.

I did plan to initially go back to Victoria and get lost in the Bogong High Plains, but that all went out the window as soon as I captured some seascape images near home a couple of weeks ago.

I loved the results from that exercise so much that I postponed my trip to Victoria so I could photograph even more Seascapes at places farther from home. For the last fortnight I’ve been driving up and down the coast nearly every day visiting some really amazing locations – some I’ve been to before, some I haven’t.

Australia is a stunning country and it’s coastlines are mind-boggling-ly beautiful, so I’ve decided that as the years pass I will attempt to photograph as much of it as possible – when I’m not shooting weddings of course! I admit that capturing all of Australia’s beaches is near impossible, but I’d sure like to try:)

As time goes by I will venture further North and South, as well as eventually crossing over to the West to revisit Perth where I spent the first years of my life – all in the effort to build a beautiful Australian Seascape Photography folio.

If you’d like to see some of my favourite images from the last month, please feel free to visit my gallery and take a look. I hope you’ll return often to check out my new works that I plan to create and upload regularly.


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I’ve been a wedding photographer since just after I got married in 2007. For almost 7 years now I’ve been capturing people’s big days and having an amazing time in the process. I’ve established myself and I’ve even managed to win a few awards along the way.

When I first picked up a camera I never thought I would ever become a professional photographer. I always thought I’d end up being a singer. For me, at the time, music was the ultimate form of creativity, and I loved the fact that I could sing and put a smile on so many people’s faces. However, the day I photographed a wedding was the day I experienced the joy of creating something that two people could treasure for the rest of their lives. Sure, writing a song can bring joy to others for a long time, but photography is so much more personal and the rewards I get from that are indescribable! When I discovered this, giving up the dream of becoming a rockstar became a piece of wedding cake!

When I initially made the choice to focus on photography (pardon the pun) more so than my music, a lot of people told me I was stupid and that I was making a huge mistake – a lot of people! Now days though, I think they understand why I made that choice. I think they can now see that I’m truly happy being a wedding photographer. I think they can appreciate that there’s great value in having a job that brings joy to others as well! It’s that very reason that I can’t possibly regret how things have turned out.

How can I regret my decision when I get to meet people like Ross and Rachelle.

I know I thank people a lot, but my gratitude never ceases, so neither should my need to express it:) I want to take this opportunity to thank Ross and Rachelle for booking me and for trusting me with their incredibly special day! I’d like to share some images from their wedding. Ross and Rachelle are amazing people and are the perfect example of why I wouldn’t ever want another job! I can’t help but smile every time I think of their wedding!





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   Brisbane Wedding Photographer visits Eat Street Markets


When Dan and Alli booked me, one of their requests was to go to the Eat Street Markets to capture some photos after the ceremony. This excited me. I LOVE the chance to step outside the box and photograph things that are a little different – that wouldn’t normally be associated with weddings (ironic I know). If my clients share special memories that have been created at a particular location and want to have some of their wedding images captured there, I completely understand and it’s my duty to honour their request! When we arrived it was impossible not to notice the fascination in the air. Stall owners and patrons alike stopped in their tracks as Dan, Alli and the Bridal Party walked through the markets. Little did we know that we were the first wedding ever to visit and that’s why it seemed like such a novelty to everyone. Business owners would run over asking us to come and photograph in front of their stalls. This was great because it made us feel welcome and their hospitality made it so much easier for all of us to get into it and create! We were there for about 30 minutes before leaving to go and visit some other locations nearby, which I have also included a few images of here.

Eat Street Markets
Eat Street Markets Wedding
Eat Street
Market Wedding
Field Wedding Photography
Tom Hall Photography Wedding
Brisbane Wedding Photographer, Eat Street Markets

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