Leon Wong has been ranked into top 10 wedding photographers in the world by WPJA in 2013. He appreciates shooting with the natural light. He believes that however the fashion swings, what matters is the feeling of his client at the very moments of being with the original and unaffected atmosphere. It transcends the temporality; it also engraves on the time. Leon has been invited to shoot the wedding and family life of many celebrities.
Award Winning Photos
The Wedding Photojournalist Association proudly recognizes the accomplishments and creative excellence of Leon. The following awards have been earned by Leon from the WPJA. These achievements come with great merit considering the high level of competition that a member faces in the contests.
This was an image favorite of mine at first sight and a good example of the scene and the image generously sharing light and color in a blend of smooth composition. Photos like this become the moment before our eyes by transporting us to more than the obvious via a mix of scene and excellent “seeing” by the photographer.
This is a warm and inviting image that uses the entire frame to provide a narrative of visual information. The stark countertop merely adds to the intrigue, providing a second layer of the story without distraction.
Unexpected perspective. Nice moment. Emotion carries it.
A nice moment, shot from inside the car, framing the contrasts of emotion between the bride and person outside.
Nice framing with the bride and groom against the evening lights of the city. It gives me a little feeling of vertigo.
Loved looking at the emotions on the bridesmaids faces, with only one fighting away tears. Their dresses complimented the the draping of the background which added the the visual appeal.
The water droplets juxtaposed with the bride's smile made this photo a great moment.
The contrast of the cool exterior light and the warmth of the yellow interior light emphasizes the chill of winter. The bride looks beautiful and unfazed by the bad weather. Nice moment.
Beautiful expression of a bride who won't let rain affect her day.