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Camille Co and Joni Koro | Tinghun

A Ting Hun is just one of the traditions that we encounter with Chinese weddings. For some, it is just as important as a wedding and that’s why we capture it similarly—complete with portraits and family photos before the event. It also has a series of parts but to put it simply, it’s like the...

Melbourne Pre-Wedding Shoot | John and Tina

Melbourne is the second largest city in Australia and it’s always compared to its rival city, Sydney. I’ve been to both and I must say that the two are great in their own right. While Sydney has the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Melbourne has its coffee shops, laneways, and street art. Almost each corner...

La Vista Mansion and Film Museum Engagement | JR and Ria

We are in an old glam state of mind today and it starts out with nothing short of an elegant affair. Think dapper looks and gorgeous dresses, think of regal charm and fine art. We suggest that you to take a couple of minutes off of your time as we transport you into a world...

Cambodia Engagement Session | Jeremy and Melissa

Improvisation was the name of the game during this very memorable Cambodia engagement session we did a couple of months ago. As photographers, we kid you not, we would do just about anything to take that perfect shot for our couples–and this one was definitely no exception. With all the suspense of getting caught, hiding, and...

San Sebastian Church Wedding | Aron and Diane

Wedding photography is all about being at the right place and at the right time. That veil flowing in the air, a tear drop falling, or smiles and laughters that last seconds – capturing these beautifully would require us to be in the right moment. Usually, couples meet because there’s a common friend or sometimes,...

Love and Luxe | A Bride and Breakfast Editorial

A couple of months ago, Bride and Breakfast messaged me about an editorial that they’re working on with Solaire. When they sent the concept and the look, we couldn’t say no because it was a perfect fit with our style of wedding photography. Another great thing about it is that we also worked with the...

Our Lady of Lourdes, Tagaytay Wedding | Andrew and Mylene

As a part of her job, Mylene works closely with the wedding industry and she’s well aware of who the best suppliers are. I’m sure she has seen hundreds of weddings in her career but the fact that she trusted us to cover her own event is so humbling. But even though she’s working with...

St. James the Great, Alabang Wedding | Luigi and Jenny

Commonly, weddings have one or two colors that are dominantly used throughout the day. However, our bride Jenny wanted everything to be unique and vibrant. That can easily be seen when their entourage enters the room with their gowns and bow ties in striking hues. From red and blue to purple and green, it can’t...

Stephanie Henares and Gino Dela Pena | Montemar Wedding

If you’re a follower of my blog, you might see a couple of familiar faces from this blog post. I met Steph when she was a bridesmaid at her cousin’s wedding in Tagaytay about three years ago. If you want to refresh your memory and take a look back, just click here. Their family is...

Pantone 2016 | Rose Quartz and Serenity Wedding Inspiration

“Color has always been an integral part of how a culture expresses the attitudes and emotions of the times.” – Pantone. For the last 16 years, Pantone has been announcing an annual color for the year. At first, I thought it’s just one company deciding on a color that they want but after further research,...

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