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A big hi and hello to all of you out there! Thank you for stopping by Jenny Sun Photography's blog! This is my brand new blog space! So please make yourself at home, and have a good browse around. There is plenty more to come so check back often :) Just in case any of you are wondering who on earth I am, my name is Jenny Sun. I own a photography company that spans across Australia and Malaysia, particularly in the Sydney and Kuala Lumpur regions respectively. Though I'm not restricted to those areas! :) I love photographing just about anything under the sun, but my particular passion is for weddings and portraits - I seriously LOVE people, their stories, the beautiful relationships formed, and the tales that are told when that shutter goes off!

This blog is my personal and visual journey along this path of photography. Please hop on board the ride, comment along the way (I shamelessly love comments!), and lets see where the wind takes us :)




Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Cynthia and Alex: Wedding


It still surprises me, every time I see the groom's reaction to when he first see's his bride come into view on their wedding day. That glimmer of anticipation and excitement, followed by the amazement that fills the eyes, then cocooned in waves of thankfulness and certain knowing that he holds the most precious treasure on earth right there in front of him. And lastly, not forgetting love. So much love. So much so, that I gulp once in awhile in appreciation of such a moment.

It was no different with Cynthia and Alex. You could see it when when Cynthia slowly graced her feet over that long stretch of red carpet down the aisle, you could see it when Alex's fingers slid that circular piece of white gold over her finger and his voice trembled when uttering his promises of love and forever to his bride, you could see it when he lifted his cup in joy as he toasted to his new wife, and you felt it when Alex cupped her forehead to his lips and gently kissed her on the dancefloor as the night drew to a close for no other reason but because he just wanted to be closer to her.

I've always loved love, and I've always treasured romance because I know that as time marches on, it is an inevitable part of life and maturing love that little layers and pieces of the romance eventually flicker away. Which is why when I witness moments of those fireworks, when love burns its brightest, it puts a warmth in my heart. Because, like a shooting star, an appearance every now and again is usually spectacular whenever it does come around :) My wish is for all the prince charmings out there who have found their princess, to remember one thing that absolutely awes you about her, and then tell her. And for the princesses, to do the same thing for their prince. To everyone else still yet to find that one person, I hope you never forget to let the fires fan every now and again, when it is your turn :) It's never too late, and you are never too old to let your heart dance.

In the meantime, enjoy my favourites from Cynthia and Alex's wedding :)




I LOVED Cynthia's gown (from Abbey Bridal) and shoes (which are from WANTED)! :D










The boys got ready downstairs from the girls :)




And here is Cynthia - absolutely radiant and stunning :)







I just love the look on Alex's face. You just had to be there to know he was choking up with emotion saying his vows.



While these two little ones were playing cheeky :P



And a slightly different exit, with streamers! fun!! :D






We then headed out for some portraits, but the rain was glued to us that day and it hung around for awhile so we couldn't stay long outside unfortunately :(




Can you see the rain droplets? :D











Then it was off to dinner, for some face stuffing, laughter, dancing and a tonne of fun at Albert Palais :)





I love the first dance. I know I say it every time, but it's just SOOOOO romantic!! I particularly loved Alex and Cynthia's... you'll see why :)






And I just HAD to put this one up - Cynthia's expressions crack me up! :D



Then it was back on the dancefloor... with this father-daughter dance. *SIGH* :)



And just-because kisses :)



Then for some pure fun! :D



And lastly, a ring shot to end :)




Happy Wednesday everyone! Hope to be back on this blog space again soon! It's still INCREDIBLY NUTTY in terms of my schedule, but I am trying my best to stick around here :) Otherwise, stay in touch with me via my facebook fanpage! :) Alot of 'mini blogging' and updates are done there in the in betweens ;)

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Monday, June 28, 2010

Featured: Green Wedding Shoes and Junebug Weddings


I have been wanting to share and blog about this for the longest time! :) If you have been part of my facebook fanpage, you would have seen this already (as that is the place to be to have all the first hand news about JSP! :D )

Jenny Sun Photography has been so lucky and fortunate to have been picked up and featured/published internationally on some of the most awesome and well known sites to brides all over the world. I'm so thankful to the editors of these sites for thinking enough of my work to let it grace their amazing pages :) Their readership is massive all around the world, so I'm very grateful for the honor :)


Here is JSP on the beautiful Junebug Weddings site, with the link to the actual feature HERE. To see more of this shoot, you can click HERE.



And here is JSP on the ever fabulous Green Wedding Shoes site, with the link to the actual feature HERE. To see more of this shoot, you can head on over to this link HERE.


Have a beautiful week ahead everyone! See you on this blog space again soon!!

And remember, if you are wanting more JSP updates in between all these blog posts, come and see what we are getting up to on our facebook page! :D

much love! xox


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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Kevin + Chau Heung: Film Set



So you remember that fun little engagement session that was posted yesterday featuring Kevin and Chau Heung? Well, on the side, I took my film camera out for a spin during the shoot and I'm happy to share a few snippets of what was captured, below :)

As always, all photos below are completely un-edited, and straight off the film itself. You gotta love film, for its raw goodness :)








Enjoy the mini film blog for today!

Back again soon!! :) For those wonder what on earth I do get up to when I am not blogging, or if you want to see a tonne more photos, updates, answers to FAQs, before and afters, tips and tricks, etc and the like that doesn't make it to this space first, do make your way to our facebook fanpage and be part of the fun there! There is a whole LOT of action that goes on there that doesn't make it to this blog, so I'd love to connect with you there!! :D


xox
Jenny



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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Kevin + Chau Heung: Paddy Fields Engagement






The sun sweltered high above that afternoon, letting its piercing sticky rays settle on the green blades in the fields below its fiery expanse. Not far underneath, the air was heavy and obese, clinging to us as if for dear life, but that didn't seem to erase their smiles. Nor dampen their playful laughter. And nor did it negate their abundant energy and love from showing through in soft embraces, clasping of fingers, and almost-kisses as Kevin and Chau Heung ran through the paddy fields amidst the never ending expanse of green :)

And then, I smiled and sighed at the end of the day, in sweet satisfaction. I really do love seeing people in love. It comes out in various forms and will change from couple to couple, but really, the essence and the spirit never changes. When it comes down to it, it is a merging of two souls choosing to grasp hold onto each other, and lingering on intertwined because doing otherwise would be unimaginable. Pablo Neruda once said, "I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where. I love you straightforwardly, without complexities or pride; so I love you because I know no other way." And I believe that true for all lovers, whether new or of years, whether young or old, who are truly in love. And the fact that I get to share and witness a glimmering slice of such a beautiful thing in my line of work makes me happy :)

To a simple romantic like myself, that's heaven to my heart, and food to my romantic soul :)

Enjoy my favourites from Kevin and Chau Heung's session! I know it's been awhile since my last picture post, so there are alot of photos, and... wait for it... A SLIDESHOW at the end!! :D































































And here is their SLIDESHOW for a tonne of extra photos! :)



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