CHRIS ALLSOP PHOTOGRAPHY

Warrnambool has an unfair reputation as a cold and windy city. It’s not. In fact, for one day out of every 365 it’s a really warm, sunny and peaceful city, and Annalice and Col’s wedding is proof of that. Either side of their wedding day was horrendously wet and windy but on their Saturday at…

“Colourful, fun and relaxed with great food”. That’s how Sharni and Sean described their plans for their wedding when I first met with them. You only need to glimpse Sharni’s bouquet to know they nailed it. The deep magentas, reds, yellows and greens in Sharni’s bouquet and the floral arrangements by Sugar Bee Flowers complemented the…

I first met Chris and Bianca over Skype and about 30 seconds into the call I came face-to-face with Nooki, their Russian Blue cat who, in typical cat fashion, had already decided the Skype meeting would be about her. She wasn’t too impressed about being moved out of the way and kept coming back to…

It’s easy to take where you live for granted. Then, when you take the time to stop and breathe it in again, you remember just how amazing a place it is. For me, that’s the Great Ocean Road. When Bernie and Mark asked me to be their wedding photographer we took a trip along the…

If you’re familiar with Daylesford then you know how beautiful it is. If you’re not familiar with it then at the very least you must look at these photos and then google it so you can plan a trip (it’s only an hour and a half from Melbourne). Matt and Gill had their wedding at…

What do you do when your good friend and fellow Star Wars fanboy asks you to photograph his wedding? You look him in the eye and say “I’d love to,” to which he replies “I know.” Okay so just to be clear, there’s a Star Wars pun in that and I have a very satisfied…

When I write a paragraph or two about a wedding I’m blogging I often describe the day as being full of smiles and laughter. It’s a truthful description for every wedding I’ve ever photographed. But the thing I love most about Nicole and Leigh’s wedding in Warrnambool last year is the way that description doesn’t…

It was just shy of a year ago that I photographed Lauren and Nick’s wedding at Flagstaff Hill in Warrnambool. Almost a year but I still remember it as clearly as if it was yesterday. The weather was touch and go – as it always is in Warrnambool – but it didn’t dampen the excitement….

Cassie in her Anna Campbell gown, looking beyond gorgeous; Cam and his best friends, suited up but barefoot on the sand; their closest family and friends there to celebrate with them. A walk down the aisle to the sounds of an acoustic, tropical version of Xavier Rudd’s “Follow the Sun.” The surrounds of piercing blue seas in all directions, a tropical sun, palm trees, hills, flowers, a gentle sea breeze… I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect experience for two wonderful people.

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