So often, I am asked the question, “What happen’s if it rains?” and my answer is invariably always the same, “YOUR FEET GET WET”. Well I don’t want to be that blunt, and I do always feel for people when the rain falls on their day, but I really think it is down to the professionals then to make the call, and I tend to always choose plan A. May not always be a favourite for it by the bridal party on the day, but by God do I get thanked for it after.
My hats have to go off to Paul, Nicole and their entourage on the day. Everyone really just gave it a go, and when we turned up to Hyde Park, it was just bucketing, no other words for itBut we persisted on to Martin Place, and we (and maybe like 8 other weddings) stood under the stunning arches that surround the banking centre of the city. I was personally a bit gutted for Paul & Nicole, as we had had similar conditions only months before for their pre shoot, how ever we all hung in, and then we got that magic break, with magic light, and we struck gold