Jasmine getting ready on her wedding day

Jasmine in wedding dress showing the tattoo at her angkle

Jasmine portrait during her wedding day

Jasmine & Mathias beach wedding at Berjaya Langkawi Island Resort

Jasmine & Mathias marching out from their beach wedding

Jasmine & Mathias at Berjaya Langkawi Island Resort beach

Jasmine & Mathias at Berjaya Langkawi Island Resort mangrove park trail

Jasmine & Mathias first dance during their dinner reception in Langkawi

Jasmine & Mathias with fireworks background during beach dinner reception

Jasmine & Mathias with friends during beach dinner reception

 

Bride & Groom: Jasmine & Matthias Keller
Location: Berjaya Langkawi Island Resort, Malaysia
Bridal Gown Designer: Chiffon & Lace
Bridal Gown Description: A full French lace wedding dress with halter neckline, sheer lace bodice and a high slit for the ultra bold sexiness. Hand sewn lace appliques form the scallops that accentuate the slit and flow down to the hem and around the train of the wedding gown.

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Kenneth sees with an artist flair. His style of photography is to keep things natural and always alert to capture the intimacy and details unobtrusively.  Kenneth specializes in creating one-of-a-kind fine art pieces for discerning clients who value individuality and artistry. The vision and efforts have not gone unnoticed. In the past 2 years, Kenneth has garnered 5 top three awards from US-based Wedding & Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) among many other accolades.

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C&L: How would you describe your style of photography and where do you draw your inspiration from?

Kenneth: I’ve been described as a spontaneous person and gives attention to details. Inspirations may come naturally on the spot due to the activities or surroundings. However I always try to learn from great photographers like Marcus Bell and Cliff Mautner as well as gains inspirations from movies.

 

C&L: Is there a place where you would love to photograph a wedding but haven’t yet?

Kenneth: I’m blessed to be able to photograph many beautiful weddings around the world but I still enjoy shooting the most in my own country, the fascinating multi-cultured Malaysia. Growing up in a home with a small piece of land for rice paddy and fishes in Penang, I always wish to go back to my hometown for wedding shoots. It is simple and full of happiness without extravagance of a professional setting. I also hope to use this way to give back to the society that I grew up in.

 

C&L: What can a bride do to prepare for their wedding photography?

Kenneth: Stay relaxed, it brings out their personality, and of course enjoy the photo shoot!
C&L: Any advice for the couple on how to select a photographer who best suits them?

Kenneth: It is essential to select a photographer based on their shooting style. It will be even better if they are able to choose one they feel “easy to click with” and later become friends. It is my opinion that good wedding photos are usually not created under client-and-service-provider relationship.

 

C&L: Can you share one tip that you have found useful to your photography?

Kenneth: Great photos are not taken with eyes, but with love, passion and imagination; this is the simple belief I always based on.

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Thank you Kenneth, for a fascinating interview and for sharing your beautiful images. To find out more about Kenneth and his work, visit http://fabulouschapter.com/

 

Celeste in her crinoline organza wedding dress

 

Jeff & Celeste in her cathedral veil

Celeste & Jeff engagement portrait taken at Pullman Putrajaya Lakeside

Jeff & Celeste in her puff veil

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