The biggest day of my life.
My wedding photographer Kate is moving to Los Angeles in a while, and although this means she will be working in the part of the world more than here in Germany/Europe, I’m so happy for her. I was asked to write a review on her work and before I did, I looked over all the photos she took on the big day.
While I still remember the big and small moments of the day, I wanted someone, someone with a keen eye for detail, character and fast moments, to help me restructure the crazy, hectic day. In a more tangible way. I found her through her website. It was after I browsed through the rather scary looking wedding shots (what’s with trashing your wedding gown?) and sites of local photographers. There were amazing ones too, but were out of our price range and the ones that were relatively cheaper were just..well, bad. It’s safe to say that everything in Germany comes with a price. The higher the quality, the more flexible and convenient the service, the higher the price. Way higher than you would think.
서비스와 조금이라도 연결이 되어 있는거라면 가격이 확 올라가는 독일. 여기서 가격이 적당하면서 마음에 드는 컨셉의 사진을 제공하는 작가를 찾는 일은 가장 힘들었던 일 중 하나였는데 아이폰 카메라와 DSLR이 난무하는 가운데서도 끝까지 자기 위치 잃지 않았던 사진작가 케이트의 프로페셔널리즘이 그렇게 고마울 수가 없었다.
My mom and aunt are wearing Hanbok, which is a traditional Korean dress. Koreans normally wear the hanbok for parties, wedding and other special occasions. This was a special occasion, if you ask me! I always loveed how the little bags and shoes match some part of the dress. For those who were wondering: Korea’s Hanbok. China’s Chi pao. Japan’s Kimono.
And their pretty shoes!
Lovelies who came all the way from Seoul for my big day.
All photos by Kate Breuer