Feng & Li

Cape Town was still asleep at 0430 on this Monday morning.  6 hours of a fun shoot lay ahead with empty streets, empty beaches and a scorching day!  Landmarks are very important to the Chinese culture and Feng & Li asked me to work out an itinerary that would show the beauty of the Cape & Stellenbosch for the people back home.  I think we did ok!

Feng totally surprised me when I asked him to do a jump for me.  I meant like jump-jump you know, not what he came up with.  Instantly it turned the shoot from being just normal to being brilliant.  A language barrier isn’t that bad sometimes when you get these kind of results.  To all grooms out there, remember this move for your couple shoot … 🙂

  • Mart-Marie - Wil, dis altyd lekker om ander mense se liefde deur jou oe te sien!! Well done!!25/11/2011 – 16:42

  • Alida Bornman - Wow, this is brilliant! Love the Jackie Chan moves! Well done Will.25/11/2011 – 17:13

  • werner titus - Will, hierdie is uitstekende fotos…and good back ground detail!25/11/2011 – 20:11

  • Errol - Amazing sights Wil.En daai bok kan spring nê. Hoe kry mens al die plekke in ‘n dag se shoot ingepas? Top Class Man!!!25/11/2011 – 21:55

  • Elzaan - Wow!!! Dis amazing pics!26/11/2011 – 11:29

  • Franka - Absoluut eerste klas!! Jy gaan naam maak in die Ooste!! Watch this space…27/11/2011 – 19:00

  • Lezanne - Quite a scenic tour you must have taken that day. Awesome photo’s!!27/11/2011 – 22:55

  • Naomi - Hahaha WELL DONE!! Sou NIE dink so man sou SO kon skop nie!! Uitstekend, REGTIG.28/11/2011 – 21:23

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