On a rainy, dreary, gray day in Burlington, I photographed Lauren and Greg’s engagement photos, but ALSO got to meet their new horse-baby Avie! Who by the way, has a beautiful smile.
Avie is an 8-year-old retired racehorse, and he was AWESOME during our photoshoot! (Avie is the horse on the right in the photos below, but the horse on the left was very interested in being in photos also!)
Near the end of the photoshoot, Lauren and Greg did a quick outfit change…
The rainy weather had no bearing on this equine engagement session – the photos turned out great! It was actually difficult to choose which ones to put in this blog post.
Lauren & Greg – I can’t wait for your wedding in September!
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Jacqueline is a big horror fan, so we did something a little different with their engagement session. It was fitting, since we took these photos only a couple days before Halloween.
Anyway, we started off with some “normal” engagement photos…
Things got interesting when Jacqueline and Zade sat down to have a lovely picnic in the forest, amongst the autumn leaves… I will let the photos speak for themselves. 😉
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Oh good, you’re back! Now that you’ve “liked” Amanda and Kenny’s photo above…..
Emily and Tyler’s rainy Aurora wedding photo is a finalist for the “Best Wedding Photo of 2015“! Click here, or on the photo below, to go to Bride.ca’s Facebook album (I’m sure you’re familiar with the drill by now! 😉 ), then use your Facebook account to “like” my photo to show your support for this photo as well!
2015 has been an AMAZING year for this newmarket photographer! I got to meet and photograph so many fantastic people!
2015 was my busiest wedding season yet (for the first time ever, I’m going into the New Year still working on a couple 2015 weddings), so I would like to thank each and every one of my wonderful couples who invited me to document one of the biggest days of their lives! It’s been an honour.
I’m very excited about 2016! My calendar is already pretty full with more wonderful people, so if you are thinking about having photos done next year, make sure to book early so you aren’t disappointed! Definitely contact me soon if you got engaged over Christmas – we have wedding plans to talk about! 🙂
I made a giant image of most of my 2015 clients. I didn’t include everyone (boudoir & commercial clients, as well as editing work), but I am thinking of you and you are in the collage below in spirit 😉
Fall is every photographer’s favourite time of year, so I was more than happy to travel a bit further than I usually do to take Amanda and Kenny’s engagement photos in Fenelon Falls!
Kenny’s family has a beautiful cottage right on the water, so we started the photo session on their dock. It was a very cold, and windy day, but it was so worth it, because the photos turned out wonderfully!
After that, we walked along the road, because really, you can’t beat those beautiful fall colours!
I posted the photo below a couple days ago on my Facebook page. It looked like we were in the middle of a painting, so I edited a few of the photos with a more surreal effect.
I spotted these rocks that were covered in red leaves – it was picture-perfect!
After that, Kenny and Amanda did a quick outfit change, and we drove to another part of Fenelon Falls for some more casual and fun photos.
Kenny mentioned taking some photos in front of the old Fenelon Falls Theatre, and while we were driving around I saw this cool-looking old building, which turned out to be – yep, the Fenelon Falls Theatre! So I guess it was meant to be!
After that, we were off to the baseball diamond! On the way there, I saw these gorgeous trees at the end of the road with beautiful autumn leaves on them. We headed down there first, before going to the nearby baseball diamond.
On the baseball diamond we did lots of different baseball-themed engagement photos. I’m not sure if you can really tell with the web-sized file below, but Amanda and Kenny’s wedding date is up on the scoreboard. I thought it was a nice touch 😉
The morning of the engagement session, I emailed Amanda to let her know that I was on my way, and about a few ideas I had for photos. One idea I had was that we should bring along a baseball bat and a ball, and write their names and wedding date on it for some photos. Turns out they were one step ahead of me! They had already had a baseball bat engraved with their names! (I blurred out the last name to protect their privacy.)
After the baseball diamond, we went back to the cottage. Since it was so cold, I thought some cozy photos of them sipping hot drinks while wrapped in a blanket were required. I thought the Tim Hortons mugs were a nice Canadian touch 😉
I make these custom animated slideshows for all my engagement sessions and weddings. There’s just something about putting photos to music! (If you can’t see the video below, click here.)
I can’t wait for their wedding in June, it’s going to be amazing!