Planning a pre-wedding photoshoot can be an exciting yet daunting task for couples. It takes months of conceptualization, coordination, and creativity to make it a memorable experience. At Multifolds Productions, we take pride in delivering exceptional photography services that capture the essence of our clients' love stories.
Recently, we had the pleasure of working with Dao Han and Charlene, a photogenic couple who wanted an editorial film style shoot for their pre-wedding photos. With the help of Grace Atelier, our gown designer, and Bobbie, our make-up artist from The Make Up Room, we were able to bring their vision to life.
To add a unique touch to their shoot, we decided to shoot at the Music Book Room at Bras Basah. It was a perfect location with its vintage and rustic atmosphere, but it was also bittersweet as the place was set to close down. We wanted to capture the essence of the location and the couple's love story before it became a distant memory.
However, we didn't stop there. We wanted to challenge ourselves further and add a contrast to the shoot. We chose the most ordinary yet challenging place to shoot - the corridors of HDBs in Singapore. It may seem mundane, but with our creativity and skills, we turned it into an exquisite location. It was a good challenge for us, and we were thrilled with the result.
The metaphor for this shoot was timeless photos in an ever-changing landscape. We wanted to capture Dao Han and Charlene's love in a way that could stand the test of time. The juxtaposition of the vintage Music Book Room and the modern HDBs portrayed their love story in a way that would be relevant for years to come.
In conclusion, we are proud of the work we did for Dao Han and Charlene's pre-wedding photoshoot. We hope these photos will serve as a reminder of their love for each other and the memories they made during this shoot. If you're looking for a photography service that can capture the essence of your love story, look no further than Multifolds Productions.