Had a great Saturday with Lindsay and Pete at their awesome wedding. Knowing how much fun their engagement session was, I knew the wedding was going to be a blast… and was it ever! Here’s a couple shots from the day (which I’ll call a sneak peek for the couple)
I took the Canada Day fireworks as my first attempt at shooting, well, fireworks! I scouted out a location a good two hours before the show, got everything set up, and waited. While catching a spectacular lightning show, I shot off a couple test shots like this
I had a great opportunity to help out a good friend and local photographer Wayne Simpson of Wayne Simpson Photography this weekend. We both had a great time and I learned a bunch from who I consider a seasoned pro who also shot my own wedding two years ago!
Big thanks to Wayne for letting me tag along! You can check out his awesome work here: Wayne’s Blog
A little update after a seemingly long winter…
Had a great time out with Lindsay and Pete! We met down on Stephen Ave for a sunny walk to celebrate their engagement with countless laughs, a drink, and a few run-ins with random crazies
As promised, here are a few more pictures from Kayte and Evan’s day
I’ve been busy sorting through a mountain of pictures from my lastest shoot with Kayte & Evan for their wedding! It was a seriously good time filled with beautiful weather, tons of happy people, and best of all… mini doughnuts! I’m super happy for them, and again super happy that they invited me to come along.
As promised, here are some snaps of Megan & Aaron (who were a pleasure to work with, for sure!). We met up at the Mount Lorette ponds for an hour or two of awesome late afternoon shooting. Congrats on their engagement!
Well, let me tell you. I had a great chance to climb some rocky terrain with friends, and I also had a great chance to shoot two very in love people. First off, the rocky terrain.
A good friend invited me out to his cabin in southern British Columbia. Apart from learning to wakeboard (and failing quite miserably at it), he took me up to an old silver mine in the hills by driving the rough forestry roads in the area
Nothing like bringing out the old film camera. It’s amazing what a limited shot count does for your thought process and composition: you’re suddenly focusing on making every shot count, and managing all the aspects of a fully manual camera.