Archives: August 2012
We’re excited to share some beautiful moments from Dipankar and Hsu Mei’s wedding day. Their ceremony gathered close friends and family together at the The Willows in St Kilda, a beautiful Victorian mansion built in 1890 now situated amongst a backdrop of modern high-rise buildings. The sun was out, and it was a gorgeous winters day. Afterwards we visited a number of locations around Melbourne for photos with the bride and groom including the Melbourne Museum and Parliament House.
Here are a couple of images taken recently using a macro lens. The beauty of this lens is that you can take close up images – perfect for photographing detail.
Also, don’t forget our engagement competition is closing on the 29th of Feb. If you’re an engaged couple, you could win a free engagement photo shoot. For more information, check out this link: www.kellyanthony.com/blog/2012/01/win-an-engagement-photo-shoot/
If you know of anyone who is engaged, feel free to send them the link above!
Competition Rules & Guidelines
Kelly Anthony Photography will be hitherto be referred to as the ‘Photographer’ and the competition winner as the ‘Client’.
• The competition is open to couples who are engaged and planning to marry in 2012 and have not yet booked a wedding photographer (by the date of the competition winner announcement).
• Only one entry can be accepted per couple.
• The photo shoot will take place in a Melbourne location subject to the photographer’s approval and any relevant permissions that need to be obtained.
• There is no obligation to book your wedding photography with the Photographer or purchase any products from the Photographer thereafter.
• Copyright. The photographer will retain full copyright of the images. The client is permitted only to print and use the photos for personal use. Commercial use of the images by the Client is not permitted.
• The photographer may use the images in both their online portfolio (website and blog and social networking sites) and into printed portfolios for prospective clients.
• The style and the feel of the photo shoot and the duration will be the Photographer’s decision.
• The competition prize includes only photography services. Styling and make-up and the Client’s travel expenses are the Client’s responsibility and are not included in the prize.
• The Client cannot redeem the photo shoot for a cash value or exchange the photo session for any other product or service.
• The Client can arrange the photo shoot with the Photographer only, on a mutually agreeable date and time, weekday or weekend. The photo shoot must take place before the 30th August 2012.
• The prize is an engagement photo shoot of one hour and three 11” x 14 prints from the shoot. Additional prints and images may be purchased.
• The winner will be determine by voting. To vote, a comment must be made on the blog. Only one comment per person may be made. The couple with the most votes will win the engagement photo shoot.
• If there is a draw, the Photographer will determine the winner based on the entires. The Photographer’s decision is final.
• Entries close on 29th February 2012, 5pm. Voting starts on 5th March 2012, 5pm and finishes on 18th March 2012, 5pm. The winner will be announced by 25th March 2012.
• Each couple that enters will receive three 11″ x 14″ wedding prints if they book the Photographer as their wedding photographer.
• Submitting your entry to this competition is deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions. Submitted blog comments must be approved for publication by the Photographer to be entered into the competition.
Rory and Natalie were married at the Church of the Good Shepherd a few weeks ago. Kel and I had a fun time documenting their beautiful wedding ceremony. Here are just a handful of images that we’re seen so far – more to come later! Hope you guys have a great Christmas and New Year! Rory & Natalie – thanks for letting us photograph your wedding!
As part of our trip to China, we visited the Great Wall of China. The Great Wall was built during various time periods and was designed to protect the Chinese from the invaders who lived in the North. The Great Wall stretches for 6,259km and we walked approximately 10.5kms.
We visited a section called Jinshanling. This particular section of the wall was deserted at the time we visited, which was great! We had heard of stories where the wall was packed with tourists.
Up close, the wall itself is not that special. What is amazing about it is when you can see it stretch out behind and ahead of you for kilometer after kilometer, without an end in sight.
The wall at Jinshanling had a number of watch towers and defensive features such as side walls and horse walls which made it interesting.
Here are 4 images placed together of the different aspects of the wall.