pre-wedding kuring-gai national park

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of spending a beautiful autumn day in Kuring-gai National Park with two lovely souls named Trish and Sagar. We started off the their pre-wedding shoot by warming ourselves up with some shots of fireball whiskey, as is customary now for all my shoots. It really helps to get in the right mood and have some fun!

After that, we made our way to McCarrs Creek and had a merry time exploring the area. The weather was perfect, with the sun shining through the colorful autumn leaves. We laughed, danced, and captured some amazing moments together.

In the evening, we decided to head to Palm Beach in hopes of witnessing a breathtaking sunset. And let me tell you, we were not disappointed! The sky turned into a stunning canvas of vibrant colors, creating a magical atmosphere. It was a sight to behold and we were lucky enough to capture it!

pre-wedding kuring-gai national park

As a photographer, I like to experiment with different techniques and technologies. So, at the Lighthouse, I decided to use generative AI in my post production process to play around with some of the images we had taken. The results were fascinating and it got me excited for the future possibilities of combining photography with AI!

Being a photographer is not just about capturing moments, it’s about creating an experience. I thrive on adventure, and that’s why I love shooting adventurous couples. I enjoy being a part of the party, capturing those hilarious and raw moments that truly showcase the joy and love between people.

And of course, let’s not forget my love for fireball whiskey and wine! They add an extra touch of fun and warmth to any occasion.

Overall, it was an incredible day filled with laughter, stunning landscapes, and unforgettable moments. I am grateful to Trish and Sagar for allowing me to be a part of their journey and capture their love in photographs. Here’s to many more adventures and amazing photos to come!



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