A fiery passion for photography, boundless energy, and a keen eye for detail are qualities that make Ken Lam the ideal wedding photographer.
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Bridal Prep Shots
Digital Editing / Airbrushing
Flexible Hours on the Day
Images on USB
Large Group Shots
Stay Through Dancing
Stay Through Speeches
First Look Photographer
Reportage / Documentary
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Ken’s unique style is in his ability to capture natural, delicate and intimate moments. He believes that no two weddings are the same, but, ultimately the end results are the same – that is, a portrayal of beauty, love and happiness through his photography.
As Ken has learned over the years, that the perfect image is not just taking a picture, but also to finish it beautifully with intricate digital techniques. This philosophy has indeed been recognised in 2009, when Ken was awarded the coveted Kodak UK Wedding Photographer of the Year.
Ken has also earned himself the membership with the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA) and the Artistic Guild of the Wedding Photojournalist Association (AGWPJA), international photography associations that represents the most discriminating photographers around the world technically, creatively and visually. Less than 5% of the world’s photographers qualify for this membership with the WPJA and AGWPJA. This serves as a recognition to Ken’s talent and professionalism. This membership also demonstrates his ability as a true wedding photojournalist and his distinctive and artistic vision towards wedding photography.
He is also the only qualified member of the Fine Art Wedding Association: AGWPJA, for the Tyne and Wear region in England.
With great passion in photography, comes a persistent craving to improve his craft, Ken attends intensive photography workshops for new inspirations, techniques and ideas. Ken has attended training by the world-class master wedding photographers, at a workshop held in Italy by Yervant and training held in England by Jeff Ascough.