Taking Wedding Anniversary Photos

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Taking Wedding Anniversary Photos

Postby ning78 » Tue Sep 15, 2015 4:16 pm

Hi Mummies

My 10th year wedding anniversary is coming soon thus have an idea to take wedding photos together with my kid. Thus, any recommendation which bridal shop in Singapore offered best rate and nice photos?

Thanks a lot for the advice.

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Re: Taking Wedding Anniversary Photos

Postby Dnls_mum » Sun Sep 27, 2015 1:42 pm

Why do you want to go to a bridal studio? Are you looking to recapture wedding photo moments?
If it is only your 10th anniversary, I suspect your child is still young. Have you considered a studio that is used to handling kids? There are many studios that specialize is kids photography. We have taken our kids to such studios and even took family photos. The pictures turned out great and most importantly we all had fun. The one we went to is Studio Loft.
https://www.facebook.com/thestudioloft
If interested you may want to contact them to see if they can work out something for you.

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Re: Taking Wedding Anniversary Photos

Postby Twofold Promos » Wed Oct 14, 2015 12:36 pm

Dnls_mum wrote:Why do you want to go to a bridal studio? Are you looking to recapture wedding photo moments?
If it is only your 10th anniversary, I suspect your child is still young. Have you considered a studio that is used to handling kids? There are many studios that specialize is kids photography. We have taken our kids to such studios and even took family photos. The pictures turned out great and most importantly we all had fun. The one we went to is Studio Loft.
https://www.facebook.com/thestudioloft
If interested you may want to contact them to see if they can work out something for you.


I agree. Bridal studios tend to milk your special day for all its worth. My best recommendation is finding a photographer who specialised in the type of photography you like. I've seen some who specialise in black and white, timeless photographs, fashion shoots, in promptu, etc.

Check out Vamos Photography. They have a lot of shots in their portfolio that capture fun moments in an outdoor setting.

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Re: Taking Wedding Anniversary Photos

Postby Ganjiongspider » Tue Dec 08, 2015 12:51 pm

Hi,u can go try Universal Bridal Studio at Kovan. My sis-in-law recently retook their wedding photos with her 2 kids, the photo turned out to be very nice! The gowns, suits even kids' suit can rental, but it's off the rack lah. Price tag seems reasonable as my SIL claims that this is the cheapest she has source so fast. Around $600+ with 20 edited CD. You can call & find out more if you haven't take yet.

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Re: Taking Wedding Anniversary Photos

Postby janice.g » Sat Nov 19, 2016 12:42 am

how about going simple yet fun. re-enact one or a few poses that are significant. every year go back to same place and strike same pose. should be heart warming and fun to look back on!

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Re: Taking Wedding Anniversary Photos

Postby archcherub » Wed Jan 04, 2017 4:11 pm

janice.g wrote:how about going simple yet fun. re-enact one or a few poses that are significant. every year go back to same place and strike same pose. should be heart warming and fun to look back on!



lol i like this idea a lot. too bad my wedding photo taken overseas, so not practical to fly back to las vegas.

the first place we dated also boring.
crap i need to find a location meaningful to us, and go back take photo every year
would be an interesting album when i am 80yo!

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Re: Taking Wedding Anniversary Photos

Postby adhd.dad » Wed Jan 25, 2017 5:05 pm

I recommend that if you're looking at going on a holiday soon... consider going to China. You can get a good studio like those Korean type... offer many good scenes and locations at a much cheaper price! La Luna is one I think. Photoshop for the women included. :-D

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