The studio shoot has been redefined once again, proving that with the right team, it can be amazing. Why deal with unpredictable weather when you can control the lighting and mood indoors? Metal Bees, a professional space for commercial shoots, was definitely the right choice here. Thanks, Sherly from Tie The Knot, for showing us how to transform this blank canvas through gorgeous styling, and for sending us these photos. MunKeat Photography did a great job injecting warmth into these studio shots.
Sherly of Tie The Knot: “The couple wanted something edgy but simple to reflect who they are – laidback and unfussy. For their second look, they left it to us to decide, as long as it wasn’t too bright. After discussing it with MunKeat Photography, we decided on a muted, natural-looking backdrop installation with dried flowers and different textures. I find these imperfect beauties to be rather stunning, and they brought a raw feel to the bridal portraits. We also kept it classy to complement the off-the-rack Alex Perry dress that the bride wore, which had a hint of retro nostalgia to it and gorgeous bell sleeves.”