From creative compositions to candid snaps of your big day, our favourite Hong Kong wedding photographers will help you capture the precious memories you’ll want to remember.
Unlike the cake and flowers, your wedding photos will last a lifetime, so it’s important to get them right. The catch? Well, simply put, choosing a photographer is easier said than done. Finding someone whose aesthetic matches your overall wedding style is no simple task. Plus, you have to trust this person with the one and only chance to immortalise the very best of your big day. To help make the process a little easier, we’ve rounded up the very best wedding photographers Hong Kong has to offer.
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The fun, creative and passionate team at Koody Pixel takes a photojournalistic approach to documenting your big day, with a touch of editorial flair – perfect for couples who are after a candid yet polished look. Leave it to the experienced team to discreetly capture all the best moments of the day while you focus on celebrating with your loved ones. They also offer excellent guidance for taking natural portrait shots. As an added bonus, all pre-wedding and wedding photography packages include a complimentary premium photo stand and 30 4R printed photos (worth $1,000).
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Koody Pixel, Room 117, T2, The Quayside, 77 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 5611 6770, Facebook: Koody Pixel, Instagram: @koodypixel, www.koodypixel.com
Little Stories – the Moment by Amy
They say a picture is worth a thousand words – and if anyone can capture the essence of a story in a single shot, it’s Amy. With a background in studying art and photography, Founder Amy leads the Little Stories Team to deliver fine art portrait photography and modern compositions. Come to the team for candid proposal pics, timeless engagement and pre-wedding photos (taken outdoors or in a studio), and intimate wedding shots. Whether you plan to tie the knot in Hong Kong or overseas, Little Stories has partnered with trusted makeup, floral and decoration vendors to provide you with a picture perfect and stress-free experience.
Sassy readers can get a complimentary 15-minute check-in call with Little Stories to discuss the style and what is needed for your proposal, engagement, pre-wedding or wedding photo shoot.
Little Stories – the Moment by Amy, HKU Innovation & Entrepreneurship Hub, iDendron, 2/F, Pao Siu Loong Building, The University of Hong Kong, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong, Instagram: @littlestoriess, Facebook: Little Stories – The Moment by Amy Photography, www.little-stories.co
KC Chan Photography
KC believes every love story is worth telling and he will document your special day beautifully through still and moving images. The former-banker-turned-photographer specialises in the timeless art of film photography, and focuses on capturing the fleeting moments you’ll want to hold onto forever. To KC, it’s not just the photos, it’s the memories. He will make you and your guests feel at ease, ensuring that your day begins and ends with a smile. Described as friendly, passionate, patient and professional by his clients, you can rest assured that your wedding is in good hands.
KC Chan Photography, 9264 2380, Facebook: KC Chan Photography, Instagram: @kcchanphotography, www.kcchanphotography.com
Ali G Studios
Specialising in Western, Chinese, Indian and multi-cultural weddings and VIP events, each photograph taken by Ali Ghorbani is emotive, genuine and personal. Discovering his passion for photography at an early age, Ali has gained a world of experience including being mentored by the portrait photographer of the late Queen of England! He has travelled the globe, snapping stunning images along the way. Planning a Hong Kong or destination wedding? Ali has captured memories in places like Bali, Koh Samui, Cebu, Mumbai, Jakarta and Singapore, to name but a few.
Ali G Studios, Suite F, 9/F, Tower 125, 11 Po Yan Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, 6110 0569, Facebook: Ali G Studios, Instagram: @aligphoto1, www.aligstudios.com
Award-winning wedding photography studio Amare Weddings produces stunning, modern photography for couples who prefer the natural over the staged. Forget about having to pose in front of the camera for hours away from the party. Instead, as you enjoy the food and music with your guests, the Amare team will be busy discreetly capturing all the precious moments that you’ll want to remember. Promising a professional experience from start to finish, Amare not only delivers timeless and authentic pictures, but also offers a wealth of wedding industry knowledge to help your big day run as smoothly as possible.
Amare Weddings, Instagram: @amare.weddings, www.amareweddingshk.com
This Hong Kong photographer brings a fresh take on a classic style, taking inspiration from Western wedding photography (a style Derek was drawn to during his time studying in the UK). The result? Crisp, dynamic images, fit for framing. Best of all, we love that Derek’s photography has a clean, stylised finish, but does not lose the personality and emotion behind each picture.
Derek Photography, Instagram: @derekphotography, derek-photography.com
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Sassy favourite Fermat Photography does not take documenting your big day lightly, understanding full well the importance of capturing the essence of the moments you want to remember. Specialising in narrative-style photography, Fermat will chronicle your day in stunning images you’ll never want to stop looking at (just look at how gorgeous our Partnerships Manager Emily looks above!).
Fermat Photography, 9199 7372, Instagram: @fermatphotography, www.fermatphotography.com
Hilary Chan Photography
Celebrating beauty and passion, Hilary Chan’s work is nothing short of cinematic. A romantic at heart, Hilary combines film and digital photography to capture ethereal, dream-like shots of your wedding.
Hilary Chan Photography, Instagram: @misshilarychan, www.hilarychanphotography.com
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Jada Poon Photography
Combining natural light with film photography, there’s a fine-art twist to Jada Poon’s wedding photography. Previous clients have described Jada as a “kind-hearted giving soul” with a “gentle and calm presence”. We can’t think of a better energy to have around on our big day.
Jada Poon Photography, Instagram: @jadapoonphotography, www.jadapoonphotography.com
Jamie Ousby Photography
Award-winning documentary wedding photographer Jamie Ousby has photographed over 200 weddings across the world! From Hong Kong to the Philippines, Sweden and the UK, Jamie’s unique style of photography is anything but traditional. Jamie’s photography is raw with emotion and personality, ensuring photos that will make you smile for decades to come.
Jamie Ousby Photography, 9102 3058, Instagram: @jamieousbyphoto, www.jamieousbyphotography.com
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Jenny Tong Photography
Locally based photographer Jenny Tong aims to capture everything you’d want to remember from your special day – moments of laugher, tears of joy, a hug shared with a loved one and everything in between. Honest, artistic and timeless, we love how Jenny’s photographs capture raw human connection.
Jenny Tong Photography, Instagram: @jennytong_photography, www.jennytongphotography.com
Jeremy Wong Weddings
With eight years of experience and over 38 awards to its name, it’s no wonder Jeremy Wong Weddings is considered to be one of the best photography studios in Hong Kong. Expect classically timeless shots paired with beautiful, seamless storytelling.
Jeremy Wong Weddings, Unit 22, 8/F, Block A, Wah Luen Industrial Centre, Shatin, 15-21 Wong Chuk Yeung Street, Fo Tan, Hong Kong, 6282 6409, Instagram: @jeremywongweddings, www.jeremywongweddings.com
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thekandid – Justin Lim
You may already be familiar with the work of Justin Lim (aka @hurtingbombz) on Instagram. But did you know that the celebrated photojournalist also does wedding photography? Promising to “capture moments with authenticity and flair”, every shot is guaranteed to be ‘Gram-worthy. We especially love his offbeat compositions and ability to translate vibrant personality into picture form.
thekandid – Justin Lim, Unit 207, 222 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong, 9448 6077, Instagram: @thekandid, www.justlimphoto.com
Kel Li Art Gallery
Using creative composition and his strong eye for aesthetics, Kel Li captures the personalities and fun behind each picture, delivering visually stunning photos that are full of joy and life. Far from your typical photographer, he has even snapped couples blindfolded! His light-hearted energy will surely put you at ease and make you smile.
Kel Li Art Gallery, Unit 512, Po Hong Centre, 2 Wang Tung Street, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong, 5611 6770, Instagram: @kelliartgallery, www.kelli.hk
Mary Ann Art & Photography
From Hong Kong to Japan, Australia and beyond, Mary Ann has travelled far and wide photographing couples tie the knot. Working with the surroundings and natural light, she brings her subjects into focus with clever and creative compositions. With photography that’s both highly evocative and visually stunning, this studio won’t disappoint.
Mary Ann Art & Photography, Room 301, Chai Wan Industrial City, Phase 2, 70 Wing Tai Road, Chai Wan, Hong Kong (by appointment only), 3462 3275, Instagram: @maryannhk, www.maryann.com.hk
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally written by Megan Camaya on 16, August 2014 and was most recently updated by Nicole Moraleda in September 2022.
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Main image courtesy of Jamie Ousby Photography via Instagram, image 1 courtesy of Koody Pixel, image 2 courtesy of Little Stories, image 3 courtesy of KC Chan Photography, image 4 courtesy of Ali G Studios, image 5 courtesy of Amare Weddings, image 6 courtesy of Fermat Photography via Instagram, image 7 courtesy of Jada Poon Photography via Instagram, image 8 courtesy of Jenny Tong Photography via Instagram, image 9 courtesy of Justin Lim via Instagram.