Photographer //: Adam Ong
Assistant Photographe //: Iyao sy
Wedding Planner //: Elysium Wedding
Venue //: Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur
"If you’re a bride debating between photographers and wondering just how important this investment is? Take a deep breath and just hire Adam and you will be so happy when you see his magic!
My husband and I researched for months and months, weighing so many pros and cons, but I kept on coming back to Adam’s amazing eye for the little details. He has an incredible sense of style and the way he composes a photo is art in itself. It all breathes romance and love with dreamy details...and there is no posey-posey cheesy shots. It is all real and candid and so very special.
We met up with him and he was both so nice and not intense which we really appreciated. J and I had such a good feeling when we met him we hired him immediately!
On your wedding day, there are seventeen hundred and thirty two things calling for your attention, so to have someone following you the whole day on top of your planner, videographers, second shooter, make up artist, you can just imagine how grateful we were that he was so pleasant to be around! Our little ninja just snapped away, and half the time I didn’t even know he was in the room except for when I would catch his eye and he would smile back and say it’s all good.
When we got back our pictures, my mind was blown with all the moments that he had captured. He didn’t just capture my vows, but he captured the moment I put on my shoes, getting ready to meet my husband for the first time that day, and all that that meant to me. He captured, me hugging my best friend from across the room, and I am completely relaxed and so very excited. He captured that split second I looked up at my husband completely in awe and he captured all the little details that the bridal magazines cooed over because he made them look so crazy gorgeous!
I wouldn’t trade a million dollars for these photos, Adam didn’t just give me beautiful inside look into our wedding day through his craft, but he also gave us memories and the little but so very sacred stolen moments of the day that we will treasure for the rest of our lives."
- Joseph and Racheal Kwacz