August marks the beginning of the second wedding season for the year. Once again most of my clients are celebrating their weddings in either Brisbane or Maleny, but I am beginning to receive more booking requests for events in Sydney and Melbourne.

Last month I went back to Sydney to photograph its beaches and harbour. Every afternoon I was there, Sydney’s sunsets put on a show! It was incredible.

If the sun wasn’t rising or setting over Sydney’s amazing beaches, I was driving around the CBD and inner suburbs checking out other locations that I thought would be perfect for wedding photos. I couldn’t believe just how many there were and it wasn’t long before I realised that a week in Sydney isn’t nearly enough to even scratch the surface. Sydney is mammoth, and the options for wedding photography seem endless!

Sydney Harbour Bridge, Luna Park, the Opera House, , Wooloomooloo, The Rocks, Angel Place Laneway and so many other incredible locations.

Cockatoo Island blew me away! At every turn I could see an amazing wedding photo. The textures and colours at Cockatoo Island lend themselves perfectly to the kind of wedding photography where the bride and groom can pop within the frame. I also couldn’t help noticing that Cockatoo Island seems to inspire romance.

It’s fair to say that Sydney is an amazing city. I may not be a resident Sydney Wedding Photographer, but if anyone wants me to fly down and stay to photograph their wedding I would be more than honoured!

Sydney Wedding Photograpnher