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Duyen & Thinh’s Pre Wedding Photography session at Muriwai Beach Auckland, New Zealand

To be honest, I can not stop talking about this Amazing tow Duyen & Thinh both are incredible souls.

Before the pre-wedding photography session, Duyen had told me that she is the kind of person who always shy in front of the camera.

I had assured her that all that she needs to do is to ignore the camera and act naturally. And she did exactly what I asked for. 

She was laughing, walking, dancing and talking with then normally and naturally and this is all that I need to get romantic and lovely photos like what you see below.

These two were like love birds on the beach, I am so in love with the smiles. As you can see in their video romantic moments between the lovers. I admire the view at this beach Muriwai beach.

With the black sands that give more contrast to my photos make it Wooow. Thank you Dueyn & Thinh for allowing me to be part of this.

I can’t wait to share with all of you their wedding photos look Amazing.
Stay around you would love to see more 🙂

Pre-wedding photography 

You can employ the photos from your engagement session in so many ways. Apart from sharing them on social media, they’d look great on your wedding website too. You can also use them on your save-the-date-cards and as décor at your wedding.

It’s a great chance to get the professional images that you need for everything wedding related. So, what do you say? Will you get your engagement session scheduled soon?

You can use your engagement session as a test run for more than just your photographer. You can also use it to try out your makeup artist and hairdresser. Your wedding photography is crucial, and these three vendors play a huge role in it.

An engagement session gives you a chance to try them all out. Start the day by visiting your hairstylist and then your makeup artist. From there, you can head to your wedding photography session.

At this session, you’ll get to observe how your photographer handles you. You’ll also see how they work with lighting and what poses are right for you. One thing that you should note is how well you both connect in front of a camera.

It’ll play a massive role in how your pictures come out. From the images themselves, you’ll know what to expect from your photographer for your wedding. Combine this with all the pampering you’ll get from your hair and makeup session. You’ll start to understand why it was a good idea.

If you like these two photos contact us today and book your session !!

Duyen & Thinh’s Pre Wedding Session At Muriwai Beach Auckland, New Zealand

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