Full Circle Photography - Wedding Photographer | AppyEverAfter

Full Circle Photography

e are Marius and Michelle, Scorpion and Lion, husband and wife, bread and butter, oil to each other’s fires as well as each other’s Prozac! Our 3 kids (Mia, Chanté and Zander) 4 dogs, 4 cats, 2 bunnies and one snake (yes, you guessed it, we are animal lovers) keep us on our toes, inspire us and remind us every day of the love we share for each other and why we love doing what we do. We live on a farm on the outskirts of Port Elizabeth. The quiet surroundings fuel our inspiration, keeps us calm and relaxed and is also our own private little playground for photo shoots. Our style is unique (guess everybody claims that) due to the inspiration we receive from every couple. You are unique in the way you met, lived through your experiences together and show your love. Often we comment that every image is like a child to us. We nurture it from the moment it was just an idea or vision in our mind’s eye up to the point where it graduates as the work of art it deserves to be. This is the standard by which we live our passion. We have also recently been accepted as Members of Fearless Photographers, an elite international organisation showcasing only the top Photo-journalistic photographers in the world! Based in the Eastern Cape, we love to travel and practice our photography anywhere in South Africa or the world! So if you want to chat over a coffee, tea or beer, feel free to contact us! We cover every part of South Africa, but the Eastern Cape is our base and our focus is especially on East London, Port Elizabeth, Jeffreys Bay, Knysna, George,Wilderness, Oudtshoorn, Queenstown, Grahamstown, Port Alfred, King Williamstown, Somerset East, Cradock, Humansdorp and more!

Location

East London, South Africa

Web Site

http://www.fullcirclephoto.co.za/

   

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