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I’ve never got to shoot a wedding like Scott and Shawna’s before. For the most part, weddings are magical for their candid moments where people show how much they love each other. I always feel spoiled getting that intimate look into people’s lives on one of the happiest days of their lives. But this wedding, I felt spoiled for much more than that reason. Scott and Shawna are in one of the most entertaining bands I’ve had the privilege to see live, and they were going to do a special wedding concert for all the guests.
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Most couples have special places in mind for their formal photos. Shooting in locations where I’m not used to shooting can be both exciting and challenging. I’ve shot a few weddings in Edmonton now, and every time I’m taken to new places by the couple that means something to them.
On this particular day I had to face high winds, rain, glaring sunshine, and a lots of different backgrounds. In other words, it was a lot of fun! Tyler and Alexis were a dream to work with too.Read more →
Letting love shine on a day when the rain clouds came right at the end of the service is exactly what Stef and Jay did on their wedding day. They smiled through the light rain and enjoyed the day despite the weather.
Getting married in a vineyard in Southern Ontario’s green belt, they had pictured a sweeping vista of grapes and leaves in the background with open and warm blue skies to compliment it all. Instead they got overcast with scattered showers and I had to improvise.
I had scouted the location out a head of time and found a few sheltered places where the wind wouldn’t be so bad, and I did the best with what was there. Stef and Jay really brightened up the photos with their smiles and attitude.Read more →
That loving look, the one where you know two people are meant to be together. When I’m shooting weddings, this is the look I try to capture.
There are a few key moments where you’re almost guaranteed to see it. This first is on the the faces of the bride and groom when they first see each other when the bride enters the room. That long look from across the room filled with anticipation, joy, wonder, love and awe.
A long john wedding in Yellowknife. Jeremy and Erin got married today at the snowking’s castle, and I was the lucky photographer they asked to take the pictures. A real honour.
Getting married in a castle made of snow is pretty amazing. Having the entire wedding party dressed in long johns is even better!
It was such a fun, quirky, love filled day! Big congratulations to these two.Read more →