So what I`d like to do first is post some of my faves over the last couple of years and
tell you a little bit about our style….
This engagement photograph was done this spring in my studio on Gladstone Street. The couple were a lot of fun to work with…and it really helped set the tone for their
wedding shoot a couple of months later. Many of their wedding images are now up on our new Flash site, which can be viewed here.
Here is the first wedding EVER at the new Metropolitan Bible Church…
We had a great time shooting at the Mill in Perth this summer. The area is full of great locations, some of which are also on the new Couvrette
Got Bikes? We are the only studio in the city with the ability to shoot motorcycles in a controlled lighting setup. How about bringing your bike in for a coooool engagement portrait.
Here is the first shot of one of my favorite coverages of this summer…Bring on those Italian
Yes… that IS her home, not the Chateau Laurier. We covered this wedding last summer on a beautiful day at her house on the St. Lawrence Seaway. Sara was such a nice bride, relaxed, cordial, and yes, on time for the shoot.
A bit of photojournalism by one of my photographers at a fun country wedding…
Serge captured this one in an elevator… good one buddy.
Here’s one I got on a crazy rainy day… we could not resist this old barn as we drove by on the way to the reception.
Once again, Serge caught this shot at what must have been his most fun assignment of the summer.
Okay… so we played with this one a bit in Photoshop.
If I was entering this in a competition I would probably entitle it “Runaway Bride”… but no, she did stay for the wedding.
I shot this at the Bride’s parents soybean farm silo this fall. Who knows what you will find when you get out of the city. In Ottawa, some fancy architect would charge you a fortune to put this post modern look on your house…lol
Who says studio portraits can`t be cool…
This was taken at Strathmere… sometimes I see things at locations that many photographers walk right by…
What do you do when a couple comes in for an engagement portrait in full Korean Wedding dress… this was my solution. Somehow they wouldn’t have looked right in a gritty street or running through a park… Each couple has a unique image… and our job is to find out how to capture it.