Yazzen Photography Focusing on the true emotion and details of your wedding day, I am strive to provide you a completed collection of beautiful imagery. Which will allow you to relive to memories of your wedding day.
Voted in the top six wedding photographers in Victoria in 2012. Natural and creative wedding photography, that is Precise Moment Photography. Voted ABIA Victorian Wedding Photography finalist 2010, 2011 & 2012. AIPP member.
Our speciality is listening to you and designing a package of services designed around your needs. We want your day to be special! We are experts at providing you with beautiful visual memories of your special day.
Want Affordable Packages with ALOT to offer? We go above and beyond to cater for all your needs and ensure that you get the most out of you special day with both photography and wedding packages.Contact me today!
Wedding Photography is the combination of the Bride & Groom personalities and Mark's skill & technical experience combined with conditions of the wedding day. As a photography professional Mark is there to deal the situations that arise without missing a beat..... keeping all those involved in the day relaxed.
My philosphy is all about capturing the day, however it unfolds, and keeping direction to a minimum. I want to make you, the wedding couple, feel comfortable so you can really enjoy your day and allow your personalities come out in the photos.
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