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86 Main St, Gore Ph (03) 208-6085
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wedding . . .
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While the Kodak competition is judged behind ‘closed doors’, the judging for
the Iris competition can be sat in on, and a photographer can get to hear just
what the judges have to say about their works.
“Doing well in these events really lifts my profile,” she said. “Not bad for a
girl who grew up in Gore!”
Unfortunately for Kate, there has barely been time to celebrate these
achievements, and with a busy fully-booked season ahead that have to be
photographed at venues from Christchurch to Invercargill, there doesn’t look
like there will be an opportunity in the months ahead.
However for Kate, there remains immense satisfaction with these results and
perhaps celebrations can be put on hold until the off-season.
And who knows – more awards could be forthcoming bringing with it an
additional need to celebrate!
Kate believes that utilising the skills of a professional to capture your wedding
is one of the most important things to do.
On this day which is one of the most important in a couples life, once the big
day is over the photos are one of the best things they will have to remember
all of the details and hard work that went into planning it.
Wedding photography is so much more than just showing up on the day
and taking a few snaps. It is having the correct gear to handle any lighting
situation, and back up gear in case something breaks down in the middle of
the ceremony. It is about going home and backing up the images to at least
three different locations in case your computer fails. And then it is anywhere
between 20 to 40 hours sitting at the computer editing, album designing, and
putting the finished touches on the images so that the clients have something
amazing to walk away with.
Kate says this is something she is very passionate about and it makes her so
sad when she sees couples who are unhappy with their images because they
decided to go with a family member instead of a professional.
Sara Stuart and David Beel
were married in Tapanui on
the 14th of January 2012.
Both Sara and David lived
in Tapanui but now reside
in Dunedin where Sara
works as a nurse.
Abby Ryan and Andrew Widdup were married at The Hideaway 201 on
the 27th of January 2012. The weather was held out and was beautiful,
as were the happy couple.
and Fiona Shea
were married at
the North Taieri
on the 10th of
Jamie and Fiona
both live in Dunedin
marriage / civil union
Weddings / Luxury Accommodation
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