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Wedding Photography

Perfect stage for creative side

Nowadays, people are not satisfied with the norm, and self-expression is definitely the trend. Brides and grooms are also showing their creative sides by highlighting their personalities in their pre-wedding photos.

Thursday, 21 June, 2012, 12:00am

Stress relievers

Surrounded by fresh flowers, ivory linen and a host of family and friends, a young lady dressed in a pure white wedding dress walks along a red carpet. The veil does not quite cover the blush of light pink on her face. Her husband-to-be is waiting at the end of the aisle. She is the whole world in his eyes.

21 Jun 2012 - 12:00am

Breaking down barriers

A wedding day is a pivotal moment in a couple's life and, with the passing of time, photographs of the event may largely be how it is remembered.

24 May 2012 - 12:00am

Getting in the picture

How many professional-quality photographs do you have of you and your partner? For most, the answer is few, if any.

However, if you have become engaged, you and your fiancee have an excuse to be models for a day and splash out on pre-wedding photography.

Philip Tsang and KC Chang share their insight on creating an album of gorgeous images.

16 Feb 2012 - 12:00am

Couples shoot for the stars

Once upon a time, taking wedding photos in a studio or an ornate garden, flanked with artificial trees and flowers, was good enough for couples who were about to walk merrily down the aisle. But, with everyone keen to exert their individuality these days, getting a wedding album that makes guests sit up and take notice has become a top priority for brides and grooms.

23 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Dedicated to getting all things right on the big day

When two of the biggest names in the local celebrity world tied the knot and all the 'oohs and aahs' died down, the media commented on how meticulous and professional the wedding arrangements had been.

5 May 2007 - 12:00am

Memorable moments forever

Portrait photography has

long since moved on from studio images with dark backgrounds and stiff poses that look as if they come from the Victorian era.

A family portrait no longer means austere faces, rigid bodies and formal settings.

16 Jun 2006 - 12:00am

Newlyweds left out of the picture

A Tsim Sha Tsui wedding photography shop that closed without notifying customers has left many couples out of pocket.

The Pageant Wedding and Photo Studio in the Oriental Crystal Finance Centre in Chatham Road charged up to $10,000 for 'the works' - the hire of a gown and tuxedo, studio photography and a banquet video.

26 Nov 2002 - 12:00am