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S’pore wedding photography company does 2-hour outdoor couple shoot at S$488

Might have to put up with some stares, though.

Mandy How | August 20, 11:27 pm

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Keentokeep Studio is a photography studio in Singapore.

They recently started getting active on their social media pages.

In one of their latest posts, the company is offering couples a shoot “without the serious wedding costume” at S$488.

Basically a couple shoot. Not wedding shoot.

For that price, the couple will get:

  • A two-hour shoot
  • 20 soft copies of edited photos
  • The rest of the soft copies unedited, except for colour correction
  • Also, eyelash extensions for the girl (no mention how it works if two girls go for the shoot though)

Here are examples of the photos they can take:

Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook
Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook
Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook
Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook
Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook
Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook
Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook
Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook
Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook
Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook
Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook

However, some of the photos may come across as too light-hearted.

Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook
Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook

And you might probably have to put up with some stares from members of the public, especially if you’re shooting in the middle of a busy street.

Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook

You will also have random people in the background of your photos.

Photo via K2K Studio on Facebook

You can view the full album here:

Previously, the company was offering a three-hour street style photography at S$190.

Not much reviews online

However, a quick google search nets no review of the company.

There is only one review on their Facebook page, which is a 5-star review with no explanation.

Something to take note of, perhaps.

Nonetheless, you can WhatsApp them at 9425 1535 if you’re interested.

Top image via K2K Studio on Facebook

About Mandy How

Mandy is a pantry rat. She eats everything in the pantry (except other people's food).

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