6 Wedding photographers in Malaysia to consider for your big day
Snapshots of your love story
Previously, we featured six amazing wedding photographers in Malaysia and now we're back with another six equally talented people to consider for your big day. Just in case you needed more options, that is.
1. PETER HERMAN
Witnessing a wedding is naturally breathtaking and Peter Herman manages to capture that same essence in his photos. A destination wedding photographer who specialises in outdoor weddings, he shoots in both film and digital, as well as provides the option of packaging your photos in a lovely wooden USB drive and wooden box.
2. ADAM ONG
Adam Ong's strong eye for photography results in gorgeous pictures that stun in strong, dramatic colours yet maintaining a dreamy finish. If you love black and white shots, you'll love his portfolio; and if you and your partner tend to be shy in front of the camera, his bubbly personality will surely put you at ease.
3. DENNIS YAP
With over six years of experience in the field, few have complained about Dennis Yap and team, their skills and the photos they take. A master of light and perfect timing, every shot by them depicts the genuine feelings of the moment. Their sunset photos are especially beautiful.
4. LOUIS GAN
Part of MunKeat Studio (we featured the founder himself in our previous list), Louis Gan's photography style is clean, rustic and mesmerising, all at once. He describes himself as someone who loves to explore new styles so if you have any special or out of the box ideas, he'll definitely be up for it.
5. SHUTTERING HEARTS
If there's one word to describe the photography style of the Shuttering Hearts team, it's 'artistic'. Featuring vibrant colours and interesting angles, some photos also showcase the couples posing for the shots but the result is completely natural.
WeFreeze was born from the founders' aim to freeze special moments in the form of photography. Practising a more documentary-style in their artistic direction, every picture is delightful and engaging—it's almost as if you were right there at the wedding.