Offbeat

By Jamie Smith


A loved up couple braved freezing temperatures and a three day hike for a stunning wedding shoot.

Pic by Keow Wee Loong/Caters News

Photographer Keow Wee Loong was asked by a couple in Taiwan to take the most extreme wedding photos ever and they could not have been happier with the results.

Wayne Huang and Amanda Tsao contacted Keow with an idea to have their wedding photos taken on mount Rinjani, Indonesia and Kinabalu, Malaysia.

Pic by Keow Wee Loong/Caters News

Keow said: “We did a back to back climb in these two countries which was non stop carrying up all our gear.

Pic by Keow Wee Loong/Caters News

“We then had to prepare for the right moment when the fog had gone to capture the amazing view which unfortunately meant waiting in freezing cold temperature.

Pic by Keow Wee Loong/Caters News

“I received a call from this couple from Taiwan that propose to me this idea that they wanted to do an extreme mountain shoot back to back in Indonesia and Sabah for eight days.

Pic by Keow Wee Loong/Caters News

“Nobody had done a wedding shoot this extreme on top of a mountain summit after a three day, two night climb only to then wear a wedding dress to capture such a beautiful photo.

Pic by Keow Wee Loong/Caters News

Pic by Keow Wee Loong/Caters News

“There was nothing casual about this and I loved the risk factor.”