Hong Kong Wedding Photographers

If you choose one of our WPJA Hong Kong wedding photojournalists as your wedding photographer, please let them know you found them through the Wedding Photojournalist Association.

The WPJA at a glance: The Wedding Photojournalist Association puts the best Hong Kong wedding photographers at your fingertips, by granting membership only to the most talented professional wedding photographers in the world--photographers who focus solely on using their documentary photography skills to capture ‘the moments’ of your wedding day.

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Client Letters

Kate & Dom

Photographed by John Lee

Photographer John Lee from Hong Kong, Hong Kong To John and his wonderful team, Thank you so much for your amazing work. I can’t thank you enough for doing such a great job at capturing the memories on our special day, just the way we liked. Thanks for being so understanding and completely flexible on the day. We were probably...

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Sharon & Eric

Photographed by KC Chan

Photographer KC Chan from Hong Kong, Hong Kong KC, we are most impressed by your dedication, devotion, user friendly approach. Your skills and know how are superb. I reckon that you scored much higher than the other internationally renowned prize-winning photographer that we hired locally in Bali. (From the Father of the Bride)

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Mei Fong & Ernie

Photographed by Wai Kong

Photographer Wai Kong from Kowloon, Hong Kong You are a very talented photographer and have a pair of artistic eyes, I am very happy with how the pictures turn out. Thank you again for being the photographer on my big day and help creating a life long memory of ours.

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Getting Married in Hong Kong

Known for being a region where east meets west, Hong Kong is certainly a fast-paced city with breathtaking sites and a variety of cultural experiences that will add uniqueness, excitement and beauty to a wedding celebration. Hong Kong is primarily comprised of Hong Kong Island, Lantau Island, the Kowloon Peninsula and the New Territories. In total, there are 262 islands and peninsulas in the South China Sea to enjoy that are a part of Hong Kong. Lantau is the largest island while Hong Kong Island, home to the capital city of Victoria, is the second largest, and the most populated.

Couples who celebrate their wedding day in Hong Kong will be able to embrace the modern culture and historical Chinese traditions together. Often times red, a symbolic color of prosperity is used for the brides wedding banquet dress and for the envelopes that guests place gifts of money into, called laisee. The colors of Hong Kong weddings are dynamic and will be creatively captured by your own wedding photographer. Hong Kong is known for being the busiest deepwater port in the world, so capturing incredible views is a priceless opportunity, especially from the top of Victoria Peak—which will give you the proper placement to observe the whole city and even have special wedding photos taken. Beaches are in plenty in Hong Kong, especially in the outlying islands that are uninhabited; where you can explore the mountains or have your wedding photojournalist capture you surrounded with the seascape of breathtaking Hong Kong.

WPJA Hong Kong Photographers Will Travel To:

Aberdeen • Cheung Chau • Discovery Bay • Fanling-Sheung Shui • Jardine's Lookout • Kennedy Town • Kowloon • Kwun Tong • Lei Yue Mun • Ma Wan • Mui Wo (Silvermine Bay) • New Kowloon   • North Lantau • Peng Chau • Sai Kung • Sha Tau Kok • Sha Tin • Shek O • Sok Kwu Wan • Stanley • Tai O • Tai Po • Tin Shui Wai • Tseung Kwan O • Tsuen Wan • Tuen Mun • Victoria City • Yuen Long • Yuen Long Town • Yung Shue Wan