We photographed this incredible monument in Ottawa last fall…sad and yet breathtaking.
Shooting commercial photography is only part of creating strong images.
To make this home look its best, we had to go above and beyond by combining multiple exposures and using a range of Photoshop techniques to create the final image.
One of the great things about the digital world is the fact that multiple variations of a shot don`t take much time and money to create.
We were uncertain about whether hair up or down was best…so I shot it both ways.
In the end…they went with hair back…https://tedxkanata.com/speakers/
Some of our fave shoots are for small business entrepreneurs trying to crack the Amazon or Shopify world and make it big… We have been shooting locally for Amazon since Jeff Bezos was only a millionaire…lol
We do headshots…I mean…a LOT of headshots.
These were shot partly on location and partly in our Centretown studio. Yes, matching
the background is part of making this look professional.
FYI, we also did the layout
and prints for this plaque that hangs on the wall at Montfort.
We shoot a lot of events…from weddings to corporate gigs.
This BMO event was held at the Canadian War Museum and it honoured a number of local
women for great work in small to mid range businesses.
Great speakers with inspiring stories…wine, food and a super venue.
I spoke on the Karsh brothers and their influence on my work this summer at the Ottawa Convention of the Canadian Camera Conference.
Always fun meeting old friends and making new ones…
On Canada Day weekend we were overjoyed to work with President`s Choice foods to help celebrate our amazing country.
This Canadian institution not only fed thousands of Canadians and tourists “on the house” but provided raincoats to get everyone through the intermittent showers.They even built a set for selfies! On top of all that, they sponsored that amazing fireworks show and even took their hard working staff who endured the Fort Mac fires on boat tours all the next day.
Nice working with you again….