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Locations And Settings To Consider

Jan 01, 2019

The artistic inclination of your wedding photographer and the settings available at the location of your pre-wedding shoot will determine the type of images that will be created. In this regard, it is important to discuss with your photographer the various locations that ought to be considered.

In the hills at Tanarimba
Photo courtesy of Momenz Creation

An Oriental location in Putrajaya
Photo courtesy of MedyandMika

A unorthodox location in Kuching Saradise
Photo courtesy of Shensnaps Photography

A vast expanse in Western Australia
Photo courtesy of Click4Loves Photography

Traditional Korean attire
Photo courtesy of 3PM Studio

Unesco listed George Town
Photo courtesy of Steven Leong Photography

The location that you decide on will depend on :

  • The style of shoot you desire.
  • Your photographer’s recommendation based on past experience or aspiration.
  • The amount of time you wish to spend on travel as well as on the shoot itself.
  • Your budget.

An iconic church in the South Island of New Zealand
Photo courtesy of SA Wedding Studio

Downunder in Perth
Photo courtesy of Armadale Weddings

Twilight in Kota Kinabalu
Photo courtesy of Grant Corban Weddings

Spectacular sunset in Sabah
Photo courtesy of Patrick Kok Moments

Natural surrounds in the Klang Valley
Photo courtesy of Ooi Eric Studio

Discuss these options with your photographer :

  • Cityscape.
  • Country-side.
  • Hill stations.
  • Beach.
  • Historical buildings.
  • Heritage sites.

Horse carriage in Prague
Photo courtesy of Momento Wedding

The sea beckons in Koh Samui
Photo courtesy of Cliff Choong Photography

Scenic location in Melbourne
Photo courtesy of

Vantage point in Penampang, Kota Kinabalu
Photo courtesy of Momenz Creation


Tip : If travelling abroad, it is best to bring along a makeup artist from your home location. Have a look here.