Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Maxine and Jason's Wedding Day - Artistique Wedding Photography

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Maxine and Jason are Married

Saturday 10 March 2018

Maxine and Jason had a beautiful day for their wedding on 10 March and Maxine arrived at her ceremony on a 1959 Bedford Fire Truck, complete with siren.  After their ceremony they had formal photos at Watkin's Jetty followed by Reception at The Entrance, Central Coast, NSW.  Here are some photos from their lovely wedding day:





















Sylvia and Carmello are Married - Artistique Wedding Photography

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Sylvia and Carmello are Married

Sunday 25 February 2018

Sylvia and Carmello were married in a Church in Toukley, NSW Central Coast, on a very wet afternoon and had their reception at the Lake House Cafe at Murray's Beach.  Here are a few photos from their lovely wedding day:










Kim and Lorraine are Married - Artistique Wedding Photography

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Kim and Lorraine are Married

23 February 2018

Kim and Lorraine chose to take their marriage vows on a beautiful afternoon at Kim's Beachside Retreat, Toowoon Bay on 23 February 2018.  It was a beautiful intimate ceremony with just two other guests.  I was delighted when they asked me to capture their special day for them and this was the first same sex marriage I had captured and I have others booked this year that I am looking forward to.

I would like to share with you some of the photos from their wedding day and wish them a long and happy married life together.  We had a lot of fun after the ceremony capturing these photos.











Thursday, 28 December 2017

Artistique Wedding Photography - How to Select Your Wedding Photographer

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How to select your Wedding Photographer
 
With New Year’s Eve just around the corner, Artistique Wedding Photography receives many wedding enquiries from newly engaged couples over the New Year Holidays each year, so I thought I would write about how to select your wedding photographer, after all there are so many photographers to choose from these days!
 

 
When your wedding is over, what will you have? Of course, you will have each other and some great memories, but how will you preserve those memories, not only for yourself, but also for future generations, your family and friends? The easy answer is with pictures of your wedding, but the truth is that it’s not really that simple.  When preserving such a special and unique day, you can’t trust just anyone. To make sure that your special day is captured in the best way, make sure to choose a professional wedding photographer that meets a few simple qualifications.
 
 

 
One of the first things to consider is to make sure that you feel at ease with the photographer - If you are not, it will show in the pictures. When you talk to potential wedding photographers make sure that you feel comfortable with them. Is it someone that you can spend all day with? Is the photographer someone that will blend naturally with your guests? Look at the photographer’s other photos. If the photographer can’t make people feel relaxed it will be obvious in the pictures.
 

  
Another very important thing to look for in a quality wedding photographer is how organised and efficient they are. A good wedding photographer will have everything organised from the beginning.  A simple questionnaire about what you want will give the photographer an idea what you are looking for and ensure the best pictures possible.
 

  
Before you book your wedding, find out who will be taking your pictures. There are many large photography firms that snap out weddings in an assembly line fashion. With these large companies, you don’t always know what or who you are getting. You should be able to work directly with the person that will be taking your wedding photos and not with a manager or sales person. If you don’t know who is going to be taking your pictures, you won’t know if you have the needed rapport with your photographer and it will show in the end. Artistique Wedding Photography has just one photographer, Nicolette.
 

  
Every couple is different and that means that every wedding is different. Of course, there are many must have shots that all couples want, but there are often unique requests. With family structures evolving and old divisions breaking down, the wants and needs are changing too. If you have interesting and distinctive wedding photography needs you will need a wedding photographer that is flexible and adaptable. Make sure to talk to your photographer and see how they respond to odd request. This will help you decide if they have the talent and creativity to get the look your want.
 
 
 
 The best wedding photography is going to take some time. Standing and posing for shots isn’t always the most enjoyable thing to do when there is food and fun waiting, but if you want the best photos from your wedding you should allow at least 60 minutes for bridal party formal photos and approx. (90 minutes for pre-ceremony photos with bride and bridesmaids getting ready before they leave for the ceremony location).
 

 
 
The last and one of the most important things to keep in mind is how the photographer approaches wedding photography. Is he/she just taking pictures? Or creating art? Is your photographer passionate about photography or simply just doing a job? There are literally thousands of wedding photographers that can take your pictures and do a good job. They can output posed pictures as easily as someone in an office creates a spreadsheet. To these generic photographers it is just a job. If you want something special you need to find an artist that loves photography and will combine skill, talent, and heart to capture your special day, Artistique Wedding Photography based on the Central Coast of NSW would love to capture those special memories for you, your family and friends.