Wedding of Nicole Coulson & Jack Packard

Yesterday in Perth was Nicole Coulson and Jack Packards wedding. What a great day. Nicole looked fantastic with her very happy and cheerful bridesmaids who were dressing in a very cool colour called cadbury! Jack and his merry men were sharp as well.

My day started at the hairdressers and continued up till about 10:30pm. If you have never had a meal at the Duxton I would go there! The Nikon D3s just worked amazing as usual. It was quite dark at the end of the day and I think my average ISO was around 2500 to 3200.

The purple was very hard to get colour correct. I have found this before, a quick adjustment in Lightroom and she’s all OK good.

Thanks again guys, I had a blast, sorry girls I did not say goodbye you all were cutting a few moves on the dance floor when I left!

As always click to enlarge!

David

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~ by David Sobik on June 5, 2011.

12 Responses to “Wedding of Nicole Coulson & Jack Packard”

  1. love the shot of the bride sitting on the single bed, lovely

  2. Great set of shots, Dave. Purple is very hard to get right, and satin as well – a photographer’s nightmare!

    • Thanks Odille, lucky for me one of the bridesmaids reminded me that the colour was cadbury, not that I have ever eaten any chocolate…………..

      Cheers

  3. These are gorgeous David! I’m with Julie on the single bed shot, just beautiful.

    • Hi Katrina, thanks for your nice comments! Yes its like a peek into a very personal moment for the bride. Pretty well as shot, nice directional light from the window.

      Cheers!

  4. Awesome photo’s as always David!!They are all gorgeous-lovely colours!I love their pre-wedding pic too!

  5. Very nice David. I would say the best wedding images so far! _DSP3894 is the best!
    When are we next going to see a BIF from that 600mm!

  6. Hello Leigh nice to hear from you. Yes mate I must get the big girl Out for sure.
    Sorry for lack of comments mate been doing other stuff. Catch up soon.

  7. You’ve done an amazing job with that purple – it’s so lush and vibrant!

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