This was a very special wedding for me (Emma) as i’ve followed Jess and Steve’s love story via Instagram since the beginning. Jess and I have been long time blog pals and Instagram friends and when she asked if we would take her wedding photos I felt extremely excited and honoured!
Parts of South Africa definitely have a way of surprising you.
I’ve never really thought of Harties as a beautiful place. It’s always just been “the dam”… but we recently shot the wedding of Anni & Gerhard and went up the cable car for their couple session, and we kind of got bowled over at the results.
Often, after spending 12 hours sticking a camera in the face of a bride and groom, we have the privilege of getting to know them and calling them friends. This wedding wasn’t one of those.
Judy and Martin are some of our favourite people in the whole world. We’ve known them for many years, and ended up not only shooting their wedding, but also being a bridesmaid and groomsmen.
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Who we are
We’re Dylan and Emma-Jane Harbour (We’re married!). We travel all over to document people’s stories. We regularly shoot in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Durban & Pretoria, also travelling to Limpopo, Mpumalanga, Mozambique and abroad for destination weddings. If you’d like to chat please get in touch. We’d love to meet up or have you over!
In January 2013, Dylan traded in his laptop for a camera. In his former life he was a computer nerd building integration services for big business. Now he spends his weekends hanging with grooms and shooting the parties thrown in celebration of marriage.
While photography is his number one, he still finds some time to code and drink coffee.
Emma-Jane studied her NDip & BTech in Graphic Design at the University of Johannesburg. After a short stint in the Advertising world as an Art Director for Net#work BDDO, she swapped her copywriter for a camera and committed herself to making Brides happy with pictures.
She also blogs, over at EmmaJaneNation and spends countless hours editing away at the studio with her cat (Zara) on her lap.