A wedding in Tasmania & a new camera lens 

Last weekend Andy and I attended a wedding in Tasmania. It was a lovely few days and a great opportunity to try out my new camera lens. I have a Samsung NX1000 mirrorless camera (also called a compact DSLR) and I smashed the only lens I had while we were in Mexico, quelle horreur! I couldn’t find a new lens anywhere so we had to buy a little point and shoot camera which actually did take pretty decent photos. Anyway, since being back home and making money I could finally afford to get the camera body professionally cleaned and buy a brand spanking new lens!

I found the 50-200mm lens on Gumtree, the seller is a lovely man named Eunice who conveniently lives around the corner from me. I used that lens to take a lot of photos over Christmas but I soon realised I would need something smaller so returned to Eunice for 16-50mm lens, again, new in box. He knocked $10 off the price. Shout out to Eunice!

I used both lenses to take photos at the weekend and although more bulky, I really can’t fault the quality of the 50-200mm lens. Take a look:

I haven’t included a lot of faces because as I’ve mentioned previously, I’m not sure how Andy’s friends feel about appearing on Le Blog. My friends on the other hand! #famewhores

That cheeky grin ❤

How insanely beautiful are these flowers?! And these buns?

How come mine never look this amazing?!

I bought my dress on sale at Gorman a few weeks back, I never buy expensive clothes anymore so I felt a little sick handing over my debit card! Did I mention I bought two dresses?! Ouch. Gorman have such fun prints.

The light in the evening was really beautiful

The food at the wedding was insanely good; probably the best wedding food I’ve ever had. So much seafood! The entertainer was amazing also; he performed live songs as well as DJ’d and it was the perfect mix of crowd pleasers that had us dancing the night away. What is a wedding without dancing?! I’ll leave you to ponder that.

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7 Responses to A wedding in Tasmania & a new camera lens 

  1. pedrol says:

    Your new camera seems good 🙂 it’s for me interesting think about Tasmania, it’s so far from Portugal, my homeland, hope someday I have the chance to travel there 🙂 cheers PedroL

  2. Evangelina07 says:

    I like your pictures. They captured the moment and are very lively and sweet. Good job.

  3. Angela says:

    The pictures are fab!!! Looks like a great wedding!

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