Over a year in the planning, Alanna and Scott’s wedding was as organised as a wedding could possibly be. One thing about weddings though, is there are so many variables that come into play on the day that could easily turn a good shoot into a bad one. Starting out with a few concerns about the cold and overcast/rainy weather, the the skies soon cleared and the day was perfect. However, with a late ceremony at 4pm and sunset at 5pm. We were unable to use any of the available daylight for the location shots and had to cut out a few ideas. We had no choice but to do the entire location shoot post sunset, which was actually a first for me. I’m thrilled with the results though. I suppose it goes to show that you can plan as much as you want, but in the end you can’t always rely on your initial ideas and will need to work off of what you have.
More imagery at: Mark Lobo Photography – Brisbane Photographer