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Pre Wedding Upper Seletar Reservoir SingaporeThis picture was taken at Upper Seletar Reservoir. When people search for Wedding Photography Singapore or Pre Wedding Upper Seletar, they will expect to see this tree! It is basically the limelight of Upper Seletar Reservoir! Let us look at the history of this place. Upper Seletar Reservior was formerly known as Seletar Reservoir before the Lower Seletar Reservoir was built. The Seletar Reservoir was built to fufill the water demand during World War II and officially opened in the year of 1969. Back to this picture, a lot of Wedding Photographers in Singapore will basically bring their clients to this location to have a great wedding photography shoot. It is important to come to this place at the correct timing so that the pictures will turn out great. My recommended hours will be early in the morning or late in the evening. For this picture, we planned to have the shoot during 5-7pm at this area but the weather forecast predicted that it will rain during that exact hours. We gambled and try our luck, though the skies were grey and lights were dim we took a lot of great pictures. When we are about to leave the place, I saw the beautiful sunset which orange out the lower portion of the skies and have a lot of definition in the clouds. I ask the couple to prepare for another last photo at this spot again. To my memory, it was 7pm and I have only 5 minutes to last light. Normally, my composition for this shot will only include 2 chair and isolate the third but in order to capture the beautiful sunset as the right side of the place was totally grey. I quickly readjusted my composition and instructed them to embrace and placed 2 Phottix Mitros+ Flashlight behind them, one for the couple another for the tree and there we go! I have made this amazing picture that will bring Ady and Valentina memories when they look back now and years after!
Location: Upper Seletar Reservoir.