Today I am thrilled to share a colourful, fun Holi paint Engagement Shoot.
Images of this fabulous and fun frolic on the beach were captured by Jason Tey Photography.
Jason Tey is a Photographer based in Perth, Australia.
He has always loved Art, and would visit galleries and museums to see art through the ages.
He studied Art History and Music in high school and did fine art (Oil Painting) as one of his TEE subjects.
In university, he chose to study Engineering where he left all the Art and Music behind and in the last three years, but found photography as a foray back into that world as well as a creative outlet.
But of all the things he could shoot, he is primarily interested in people.
He loves the mix of emotion and storytelling so that’s what you’ will see in his work.
Jason says of this shoot “I just shot Dylan and Alisa’s wedding at Chapel Farm a few weeks back in February but last year when they booked me Alisa asked for a pre-wedding shoot.”
She said: “We think it would be fun to throw holi powder at each other too. What do you think?”
“Needless to say my response was – your holi powder idea… is… brilliant. “
“So a few weeks before their wedding we shot their pre-wedding session and its was colourful…”
“It was 2 phase with some romantic shots before we moved to the beach for some colourful fun.”
Thank you so much to Jason for sharing this incredible Hoki Paint Engagement Shoot.
Its incredibly important to be comfortable with your Wedding Photographer and what better way than by larking about , and really enjoying yourself to allow for real, emotion filled, free spirited images.
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Note: The Hindu festival of Holi is a festival of the celebration of colour.
Holi powder paint also known as Gulal powder paint or throwing powder paint has been used for many years now by Hindu societies and students throwing paint filling the air with a wonderful atmosphere of great joy and mirth in the arrival of spring.