When I first received Sally and AJ’s enquiry, I was sure that there must be some mistake – the wedding date they’d entered on the Contact form was only 2 weeks away! However, upon responding to her email I was to find out that in fact there was no mistake. They had booked someone to photograph their wedding but, through no fault of their own, the arrangement had fallen through. Interestingly they hadn’t panicked, because they didn’t know that they should be panicking – something to keep in mind for any future brides out there who have been told that you must book a photographer at least 12 months out ; it’s simply not true. I caught up with the two of them for the first time on the Saturday prior to the wedding. As I expected they were relaxed and just full of anticipation for the week ahead. Not being from Melbourne originally, they had very little in the way of pre conceived ideas or expectations in regards to locations. With most of their guests flying in from out of state, their priority was to maximise their time with family and friends. And with both the ceremony and reception taking place within 500m of each other, I set a simple plan to take them on a walking tour through the heart of Melbourne. This is what unfolded…
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Anchor and Hope is a bespoke Melbourne Wedding Photography studio, located in the Inner North. Owner, Cam Grove, has over 10 years experience in the industry, in which time he has shot weddings throughout Australia. Cam is sought after for his relaxed and unobtrusive approach along with his high level of service. Specialising in a combination of documentary style coverage and his own distinct portraiture style, Cam can bring a unique and timeless approach to the coverage of your wedding.
The minute I heard my first love story,
I started looking for you, not knowing
how blind that was.
Lovers don’t finally meet somewhere.
They’re in each other all along.
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