Creative wedding photography is a specialised area for unique couples with an artistic bent.
Djanisa and Rana are that couple; their artistic eye combined with a whole lot of love created such a profound union, not only of them as a couple but of their family and friends. With four cultures intertwined, the seamless incorporation of a whole lot o’ meaning and deep ‘make-your-heart-skip’ type stuff left us all with a knot in our throats and a tear in our eye.
Let’s meet them, shall we?
I am a sucker for the real and the raw. I hold a firm belief that times of change and the rituals that support these changes need to be felt – truly and deeply. Djanisa wrote personal letters to her groom, his brother and his father to convey her thoughts to them. What did she say? I’ll never know. But I can tell you now it was heartfelt and the sentiment was obviously reciprocated.
Often the relationship of the bride is a major focus of a wedding (and it should be). What is cool also is the recognition of the relationships the groom holds dear. A wedding is first and foremost about the love and life that a couple will share, but (and I’m sure mums and dads will agree with me here!) it also holds a transformation for the original family unit and that deserves some good old recognition too.
Djanisa and Rana chose to wed at the gorgeous Brisbane International, which created a lovely vibe and setting for their special day.
A cool aspect of keeping your photographer around during your reception, is finding our exactly what they were up to! Yes, speeches are captured, reactions are collected, cakes are cut and dances are danced and remembered for all time in still images, but our ever-creative Matt set his heart on giving Djanisa and Rana just that little bit more. He was able to find the perfect location and light for some individual portraits of their nearest and dearests. Here are just a couple:
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