Meet Johan and Frida who on the weekend got married in the Sydney Botanic Gardens and had their photographs taken around the Sydney Opera House.
Johan and Frida only had five people attend their wedding serivce; themselves, the Minister, two witnesses the Minister brought along and me (the photographer). You see Johan and Frida eloped to Sydney to get married, all the way from Sweden.
Sydney must be a ‘Go To Destination’ for weddings lately because VFM Photographers have been photographing many couples who have eloped to Sydney from Sweden, Norway, Japan and China.
On behalf of all of us here at VFM Photographers, I wish to congratulate Johan and Frida and wish them the very best for their future together.
Here are a couple of my favourite images (thank you Johan and Frida for allowing me to share them).
There are many lovely spots throughout Sydney for wedding photography. Many spots though lovely for wedding photographs are extremely popular and hence crowded. Locations like ‘Mrs Macquaries Point’, ‘Observatory Hill’ and ‘Dawes Point Reserve’ in the city, can be so busy that it is not unusual to see five or more wedding bridal parties having their pictures taken at the same time (can get crowded).
Sydney has far more to offer in regards to photography locations than just the ‘normal’ locations that everyone goes too.
Want to know where these beautiful and secrete spots are?
My first post, on the series of secrete Sydney photography locations is about Chinamans Beach in suburb of Mosman.
Google Map to Chinamans Beach
Below my own youtube video shows how to get to the beach (remember I am not a videographer but a photographer so the footage is a little dodgy J ).
This is a top spot that few people even living in Sydney know about. Makes a wonderful spot for a wedding ceremony and or wedding photographs.