This is the wedding photography blog for Melbourne based photographer Brent Lukey.

Brent combines a documentary and editorial style capturing classic, natural moments without making the day feel like a photo shoot.

He will travel anywhere, but mostly gets about Melbourne, the Yarra Valley, Mornington Peninsula, and Geelong.

You can contact Brent on 0427 483 836 and look at more work at his web sites.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

my wedding favourites 2012 - part 3

The third part of my series of favourites from the past 12 months features shots from Sault in Daylesford, The Prince in St Kilda, Mountain Goat in Richmond, and Stones in the Yarra Valley.

Sault in Daylesford is a great venue, awesome lavender
gardens and sun in the right place - just add fun and
sophisticated couple. I love the feeling in this shot, you
can see that the couple love each other and that is what
wedding photography is all about.
(shot at Sault, Daylesford).

We are all waiting before the wedding and I'm taking
shots of the groom and the groomsmen, when I turn around
I see the flower girl watching us, that's the
shot, just don't break her spell.
(shot at The Prince Deck, St Kilda).

It's been a long and hot day in the gardens, the speeches are over and the crowd is young
and ready to break loose. The music starts and it goes off. I love the energy in the shot
and especially the girls in the foreground having their photo taken and
being caught in the flash of that shot.
(shot at Mountain Goat Brewery, Richmond).

Candid portraits of family and guests, my particular
favourite wedding photos. These are the classic
and memorable shots that will keep giving
long after the posed car shots have dated. I like the
happiness in this shot.
(shot at Stones of the Yarra Valley, Yarra Valley).

Street shots done, let's get back to the party. This photo is my number one
favourite of the year. I love the composition, the movement, the light, the dress,
and that I took it while walking with the camera above my head.
(shot at The Prince, St Kilda).

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