When it comes to once in a lifetime occasions such as weddings, there is no second take to recreate those precious moments. While it is important to find a suitable makeup artist and wedding dress, you cannot miss out on the photographer who will immortalise those memories. If you are searching for someone who will take care of you and your story, make sure you check out Louis Loo Professional Photography.
About Louis Loo Professional Photography
They specialise in wedding photography, and is an international award winning gallery. They believe in capturing the beauty and inner shine of special moments not just through the lens, but with their hearts and souls. Furthermore, they adore the effort, details, emotions, candid yet magical moments that each and every client portrays on that special day.
Ad-Venture Into Photography
Louis got in the business in 2003 after working with various people and gaining interest in the commercial photography agency. With his experience as a commercial photographer, he was keen to adopt the approach of wedding photography with an editorial mindset. In addition, he feels that wedding photography can be more contemporary, fashionable, stylish and timeless and that’s how it came about.
More Than Mere Bride And Groom
While the day is all about the bride and groom, it is more than that. They take pride in making their clients look beautiful and comfortable. Louis has more than 15 years’
experience of documenting weddings. He offers couples direction and guidance on
timeline scheduling, lighting and more to create the best photographs possible. They have been blessed to have clients trust their editorial approach to document their day in a minimalist and elegant way. Louis’ style best suits anyone that wants timeless, tasteful and elegant wedding photos. Each photograph captures the split second of magical moments. His passion helps him to capture all the wonderful emotions but also feels like a part of the joy and happiness.
“what I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce”
– Louis Loo
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