Yvonne & Simon – Pre-wedding in Paris
Just as I think that I have seen all of Paris and its buildings & landmarks, I am often surprised to find new places to photograph there. There is just something about Paris. Its architecture, art, food, history, museums, cafes. That’s why it is hard not to fall in love with Paris. No wonder my clients Yvonne & Simon chose Paris for their pre-wedding photoshoot location.
Yvonne & Simon are a great couple. They flew in all the way from Hong Kong to have their pre-wedding photoshoot here, and I am very honoured to be able to capture their memories in Paris for them. I hope you like these photographs!
I think Simon & Yvonne’s outfits goes so well with this wall in a cafe.
We had gorgeous light on the day of photoshoot.
“What are they doing?” Parisian man looking pleased for these two lovebirds.
At the famous Champs-Elysees. Simon is waiting for Yvonne to arrive, the look of anticipation on their faces says it all – they are so in love.
Sunset in Paris… I love this shot.
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Wow! More stunning photographs Ken.
I have just been trying to choose my favourite of this collection, well, I am not having much luck!
I can’t ~ they are all too beautiful to say which one is my favourite! xx
Simon & Yvonne
Once again, thank you for taking some many great photos for us. We love the photos so much and never forget your passion.
Wow these are great photos Ken!
Particularly like the one of the bride by the large doors, her dress is stunning against that backdrop. Also the one of the happy couple strolling past those gates with the amazing rainbow of light filtering through….Also like the one with the couple sitting hand in hand with the picture of glamorous Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida above them!
well done 🙂
Simon&Yvonne, It was my pleasure to catpure the photos for you both. I am glad you like them:)
Thx Carmen& Alexis for your constant support
I like d one with those pillars, gives a very “old, traditional” feel 😉 Great combo of light and shadow.