Hunter Valley Wedding Photographer
HUNTER VALLEY WEDDING & ELOPEMENT PHOTOGRAPHER| POKOLBIN WEDDING & ELOPEMENT PHOTOGRAPHY | LOVEDALE WEDDING & ELOPEMENT PHOTOGRAPHER | ROTHBURY WEDDING & ELOPEMENT PHOTOGRAPHY | WOLLOMBI WEDDING & ELOPEMENT PHOTOGRAPHER
Precisepix is a Hunter Valley Wedding Photographer. I also love to capture intimate elopements in Pokolbin and across the Hunter Valley region.
HUNTER VALLEY WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY
I Love The Hunter Valley!
Hot air ballooning and Australia’s best wine region is just two of the many reasons tourists love to visit this amazing land of the Wonnarua people. The Hunter Valley NSW region is abundant with scenic landscapes and natural beauty. Many wedding venues are ideal for whole day events, where you and your guests do not have travel anywhere, it’s perfect. As a Hunter Valley Wedding Photographer, I am spoiled with the surplus of vineyards, estates and country wedding venues and taking great photos is such a pleasure.
I love to travel, and shooting weddings in the Hunter Valley NSW is an easy trip from Sydney. My Dad was a Newcastle Wedding Photographer and back in the 70’s he used to travel out to the Hunter Valley region often, I use one of his antique cameras at weddings to this day. Pokolbin is the gem of the Hunter Valley region, and it is surrounded by heavenly wineries, vineyards, agriculture and rustic homesteads. If you’re planning your wedding or elopement in Pokolbin, Lovedale, Rothbury, Wollombi, Paterson, Broke, Mount View, Wallalong, Tocal or anywhere in the Hunter Valley NSW region, I would love to be your Hunter Valley wedding photographer!
The best time of year to have a wedding in the Hunter Valley NSW region is in Spring or Autumn, there are many reasons for this, and I will explain a few of the most important ones. From a Hunter Valley wedding photographer’s standpoint, the afternoon light, which is likely your ceremony time, is much less harsh and even more flattering the closer months to winter. The natural beauty of the landscapes is full of red hues in Autumn and rich floral greens in Spring. Sunset is earlier the closer you get to winter, so post-ceremony portraits in a wedding timeline will usually fit in perfectly before the reception starts. Please be wary of the summer months (unless it’s overcast) as it is sometimes uncomfortably hot for everyone, but the light is devastatingly unflattering nearer to midday. If your heart is set on a summer wedding, I recommend planning your ceremony as late in the afternoon as possible.
Pokolbin Wedding Photographer
Even though I am currently based in Sydney, my target market is you! Betrothed couples planning their country, vineyard or barn style wedding. I prefer to travel for a beautiful estate wedding than shoot a wedding in Sydney’s concrete jungle. Many Sydney venues are like wedding factories, I’ve turned up to photograph a ceremony, and I don’t know who is a guest and from another wedding. Imagine sharing your special day with other wedding parties, no thanks. Weddings are a very personal moment, and you want someone that can fit in with everyone like a guest and capture the unique personal style. Natural, candid and authentic moments are what I am passionate about. That being said, I will make adjustments during portraits so that you are both looking at your best angles because I want you to be in love with your photos and not disappointed.
Maybe it’s because I am obsessed with taking the perfect photo, and perhaps it’s because I love to travel in the country mountain air. But honestly, it’s is because I cherish the importance of family history and to be the one to create beautiful works of art that makes the viewer feel the love and the moment; it’s like magic. Photos and videos are the only memories that we leave behind, and being able to contribute to society by having a hand in creating albums that will live on for generations is so rewarding. I remember being a kid and looking up at the wedding photos of the generations that preceded me and thinking, wow, imagine being a wedding photographer. It was so daunting; a wedding photo is always a centrepiece in the home. I am doing it; I am living out my childhood dream, one wedding at a time and every wedding just as important as the next.
I have a lot of fun whilst taking photos; there is something about the adventure and quest of the process. I have a lot of energy, and my passion is intoxicating, even to those who thought they would feel awkward or disinterested in having their portrait taken. In the past, pre-wedding, brides told me how their partner didn’t want to do portraits, but on the day, we all had such a great time that it was never mentioned. My antics can disarm the biggest to the smallest of humans, including the furry ones. I don’t consider wedding photography a job; I think of my talent as a gift that I can give to others.
If you are looking for a Hunter Valley wedding photographer, there is a really high chance that you will love having me capture your day. The best way to determine this is by talking to me, please fill out my contact form, and I will call you.
Hunter Valley wedding photographer venue recommendations:
ADAMS PEAK COUNTRY ESTATE
MARGAN WINES & RESTAURANT
ALBION FARM GARDENS
LOVEDALE WEDDING CHAPEL
MULLA VILLA FARM
Hunter Valley wedding photographer food & wine recommendations:
One of my favourite places of interest in Bowral is a pie shop called Gumnut Patisserie, and I usually bring home a large chicken and leak pie to share with my family for dinner. The food and coffee I have purchased from Gumnut Patisserie have been excellent and definitely worth a visit.
If you like wine and your looking for something unique and delicious, check out Tractorless Vineyard; they have an exquisite range of wines, and the reds are my favourites. The Creators 8000 vintages is wow!