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7 Wedding Photographers You Need to Know

Whether you’re in search of a photographer who can seize special moments from your engagement and weddings, or want to incorporate the efforts of your guests who’ll no doubt be snapping away — these pros can help you out.

Michelle J Proctor

Specialising in portraits and lifestyle imagery, Michelle Proctor also offers wedding photography services. The Hong Kong-based Canadian has worked locally as well as in exotic locales to capture unique shots of Hong Kong personalities and wedded couples.

Visit michellejproctor.com, Contact [email protected], IG @micheleejproctor

Patrick Photography

Offering wedding photography and videography services, this studio places an emphasis on capturing “real people and real emotions” behind its shots. Expect a combination of wedding photojournalism, fashion and portraiture in Patrick’s shots and video footage.

Visit www.patrick-photography.com, Contact [email protected], IG @patrickphotography

Sunny Chan Photography

Sunny Chan Photography’s 19,000 Instagram followers can attest to the studio’s impressive, meticulous wedding photos. Think closeups of happy smiles, warm embraces between couples, and stunning shots that show off brides in their wedding gowns.

Visit www.sunnychan.com.hk/blog, Contact [email protected], IG @sunnychanphotography

Vision Wedding

Vision Wedding has shot plenty of couples dressed in Chinese ceremonies, creating fun, quirky photos that feature the bride and groom with their wedding parties. The studio also specialises in pre-wedding photography in Japan, pinning down the best times to visit different locations in Japan throughout 2019 — April for cherry blossom season and October for the best autumn backdrop, for example.

Visit www.visionwedding.com.hk, Contact [email protected], IG @visionwedding

Zoo Wedding by Cheric K.

The team at Hong Kong-based Zoo Wedding specialises in Hong Kong and destination weddings, engagement portraits, as well as travel photography. The team has provided a list of destinations it will be travelling to throughout 2019, and couples who are interested in shooting at these locations are encouraged to get in touch — and if the dates work out, the couple won’t need to pay for the photographers’ travel fees. Destinations include France, the UK and Greece in July and Morocco in September, to name a few.

Visit zoophotography.blog, Contact [email protected]

Storyteller Studio

Storyteller Studio has worked with countless couples, shooting engagements, pre-wedding photos, and of course, at their weddings. As the name of the business suggests, the studio is all about telling the stories of your special day. You can look forward to wedding albums filled with vibrant, heartfelt photos — perfect for showing off to friends and family. Visit Storyteller’s website and Facebook page for wedding photography examples.

Visit www.story-teller-studio.com, Contact [email protected], IG @storyteller_studio

Luster

These days it’s rare for guests to show up to weddings without their smartphones, and naturally, you wouldn’t want their shots to go to waste. Consider the services of Luster, a pioneer of the “hashtag printer”, a slick, compact machine installed at events which are programmed to automatically search for photos tagged under your desired hashtags. Guests snap photos on their devices, adding your wedding day hashtag to them — and the hashtag printer will then print out 2″x3″ copies of these photos in real time.

Visit luster.cc, Contact [email protected], IG @thisisluster