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This is Chris from Chris Guy Photography. Chris became a permanent Yamba resident just over a year ago now and has never looked back. Over the years Chris has built his photography skills from taking photos of himself and his family during their holidays and travels. His love for capturing beautiful memories over time provided the drive for him to turn his passion for photography into a career. Chris's client reviews are a true testament to his professionalism and his keen eye for detail when capturing your day. Learn more about this Yamba wedding photographer below.

How long have you been taking photos professionally?

3 years

What would be your favourite ceremony location to shoot in Yamba/Angourie?

There are so many! Either Green Point or Main beach. Or a couple of sneaky off-grid ones that I can't mention - best suited for elopements.

What would be your favourite location for the bridal photos in Yamba/Angourie?

Green Point has a great mix of everything, so that's probably my favourite.

There is a lot of pressure on a wedding photographer as you are expected to capture every special moment from the entire day. Do you ever get nervous or worried you might miss a special moment?

I don't get nervous but the heart rate goes up a notch when the ceremony starts. As I'm sure it does for the bride and groom too!

When you're not shooting photos what other things do you get up to?

I hang at the beach with my 3 year old boy.

What is your most listened to song whilst editing photos on your computer?

I have the widest taste in music - it really depends on my mood. It could be lo-fi chill, hard core rap or anything in between!

If you could watch one movie or series over and over, what would it be and why?

I've been binging on Entourage again lately. I love the super creative writing and the friendship between the 4 lads.

When you are shooting a wedding, do you bring your own snacks or do you hope that the bride and groom hook you up with some canapés and dinner throughout the day/night?

I will 100% smash the canapes.

What do you love most about your being a wedding photographer?

People! I'm an outgoing, extroverted type. I find that this approach gets the best photos rather than lurking in the background

What advice would you give brides when choosing a wedding photographer?

Your wedding photographer spends the most amount of time with you out of all your vendors, so make sure you all dig each other's company.

If you would like to view more of Chris's work or get in direct contact with him, please follow the link to his listing page here.


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