Perth Film Wedding Photographer – Top Places for Pre Wedding & Wedding Photography

I have been capturing so many weddings in Perth and Margaret River region and there are still some of my favourite places for photo shoots. Just when I thought I have seen it all, there are always somewhere new I have never captured before. 

Some of my favourite wedding, pre-wedding or engagement session locations are:

1) The Matilda Blue Boathouse – One of the most iconic places around Perth, you may have to queue a bit at this location.

2) University of Western Australia or St.Georges College

3) The big tree across the Swan Brewery

4) Caversham, Swan Valley

5) Sandalford Winery, Swan Valley

6) Kings Street ( Artistic Wall Murals)

7)Her Majesty Theatre Perth

8)London Court, Perth CBD

9) Kings Park

10) Hyde Park

11) Elizebeth Quay

12) Rottnest Island

13) Secret Garden

14) Dune in Cerventes

And if you are heading down south, these are some of my favourites:

1) Canal Rocks

2) Busselton Jetty

3) Voyager Estate

4) Aravina Estate

5) Boranup Forrest

6) Secret Garden

7) Prevelley Beach

8) Donnybrook – Orchards

9) Golden tree, Balingup

10) Maze in Margaret River

Perth and Margaret River have so many variety to places to choose from that it would be so hard to cover all these areas if you dont have sufficient time. Distance between locations may take up quite a lot of driving or travel time. Also, do make sure you have sufficient fuel as some areas are quite rural and may not have so many petrol station unless you are at the main town area.

For those looking for some vendors for wedding hair and make up, florist and etc in Perth or Margaret River, do drop me an email for recommendation.

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Film vs Digital Photography | Contax 645 with Zeiss 80mm Fuji400H | Nikon D750

I do get quite a few enquiries regarding the difference between film and digital. It actually depends on how you use film photography's full strengths and benefit. 

Film photography creates amazing colours, with the right camera and lens, you can create the dreamy and almost painterly look. For the photo comparison below, because its a wide and partially a landscape shot, it doesnt look as dreamy as a close up shot. But you can see the colour difference between both. Although its personal preference, but I do love the skin tones of film a lot.

I will be updating more examples soon.