Rock your pre-wedding shots in the most amazing spots in Hong Kong, according to some of the city’s top photographers.
By Kate Springer
1. KC Professional Photography
Taking a natural approach to wedding shoots, KC Professional Photography gravitates towards low-key, rustic environments to capture those special moments.
Big Wave Bay Beach:
“It has the best sand in Hong Kong. There is a nice little line of trees just by the beach, and it makes such a lovely backdrop for intimate photos
Beas River Country Club:
“I always love shooting here as it’s very quiet, unlike typical Hong Kong. It’s also nice to be able to take photos with the little ponies.”
2 Tanarak Photography
Award-winning Tanarak Visessonchoke of Tanarak Photography has worked all over the world – from Thailand to San Francisco, Singapore, Paris and Hong
Kong. Tanarak’s images capture every couple’s personal story, and the details
that matter most.
Shek O Beach:
“It’s a nice location with a variety of natural scenes – each corner makes it more unique. There are beaches and rocks, not to mention vibrant colours in the village with lots of little details.”
Victoria Peak Garden:
“It’s so quiet in this garden and not many people know about it. There are lots of big trees and natural scenes, which is different from busy city life. Another
park nearby has an old police station with nice architecture and a pretty gazebo that makes the photos look vintage and unique.”
3 Joyce Yung Productions
Joyce Yung’s style is relaxed and natural, telling a story in every tiny detail. Her images have a fashionable yet timeless quality about them that will make even the busiest of Hong Kong streets feel like your own intimate corner.
“This is quite a popular location, so it’s best to come during weekdays. What I like about Shek O is that you can get quite a few different sides of Hong Kong in a close vicinity. You can get images with a backdrop of the beach, or on the rocks, or photos taken in the small, quaint village streets.”
“I like to incorporate the busy cityscape of Hong Kong into part of the images. Some clients really prefer it, as it also helps to represent part of the couple’s story and journey together in this city. I like to shoot in the middle of one of the busy streets, usually an intersection in Causeway Bay, Wan Chai or Central.”
“It’s a great location where you can get a variety of backgrounds, settings, and feelings in your images. You can capture greenery and trees, or you can get the harbourfront view with the iconic Hong Kong skyscrapers. You can capture different moods, depending on the time of day you choose to shoot in.”