by Henry Lam from Henry Lam Photography
- Henry Lam been a photographer since 2003 who resides near Brisbane in Queensland Australia.
- Mostly a self-taught photographer, from reading books and being mentored by other successful photographers
- His strength in photography lies in photographing people and landscape imagery. In my years of experiences, he have worked for newspapers, teaching introductory workshops, weddings and portrait sessions.
What Is a “natural Style” of Wedding Photography?
Great question, Natural style is such a photographer's term and unless you're verse in photography vocabulary then we can't expect everyday people to know. Most of the time when we photographers refer as Natural style, it may refer to terms such as: Lack of Artifical aid, these could refer to specialized photographic equipment such as lighting and studio style set-ups. So more often than not the photographer may only be... Read More »
What Are the Moments That Must Be Captured in a Wedding? (Photography)
Great question, I'd imagine most brides or wedding members may want to know this answer too. In my opinion through my experiences of photographing weddings are as follows: - Group photos (friends, family may have traveled from all points of the globe, make sure you get at least one photograph with them with you in there.) - Large, Group shot. This attempts to include every person in the wedding, depending... Read More »
Do You Offer Framed Photographs and Canvasses Etc?
"Yes, I am a strong believer that a photograph final resting place should always be in a physical form. That can be as a print in a book, a framed print or canvas on the wall." Henry Lam
Do You Edit All of Our Photograph?
"You asked if we edit all your photographs? Only if you ask the chef, how many cooks are working for you? or the driver, where did you get your driver's licence from? What I am getting at is, don't worry about it so much, You would have chosen a photographer because of you like something about them, be that their style of their work or the way the create the... Read More »
What Cameras and Lenses Do You Use?
I love and loathe this question :) My answer to this is a camera and lens combination that would make awesome photographs of your wedding day. My question back to you is, what are you planning to do with the information that I give you, what difference does it mean for you if you get either the following answers: Kodak DX6340 with a SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH VARIOGON lens Canon Powershot A100 Canon... Read More »
Should My Friends or Relatives be My Wedding Photographer?
"If you are serious about your wedding, then my short answer is no. Having a friend photograph your wedding should only be an 'undesirable option.'SImply because there often comes a confusion of roles. Do you want to invite the person to come along as your photographer or your friend? Often when these two roles are done simultaneously neither will be performed very well. A photographer is someone who often is... Read More »