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Aug 202016

Newmarket Backyard Wedding Photographer

Jillian & Beau’s Sneak Peeks

Jillian and Beau are coming home from their honeymoon in Quebec today, so what better time than to post some sneak peeks from their wedding day!

I do love being a Newmarket backyard wedding photographer! Backyard weddings are so intimate, and nothing’s ever forgotten because usually they’re already at home! There’s no travel either! Another thing I love, are weddings with a theme! And in this case there were “accents” of Star Wars, which Beau is a big fan of. All these Star Wars special touches were a surprise. I think the most popular Star Wars accent were Jillian’s shoes – everyone was going crazy over them!
Star Wars wedding shoes, photos by @filemanager

We left Newmarket for a short while, and went over to Kettleby to do some photos – we were definitely in luck because the thunderstorms cleared for us while we were out there!
Newmarket backyard wedding photos by Newmarket Backyard Wedding Photographer @filemanager

The photo below was a special request that Jillian asked me to do. For you photographers reading this, the light sabers in the photo below are actually my Ice Light 2, with a bit of Photoshopping done to them 😉 I should note that I didn’t create the background/scene – I just added Jillian and Beau into it, and altered the lighting a little bit.
Star Wars wedding Digital Art by Newmarket Backyard Wedding Photographer @filemanager

Congrats Jillian & Beau! Thunder, lightning, and even a tornado touching down couldn’t stop your awesome wedding day! 😉

Oct 072011

I thought I would share what I’ve been working on today!

Lately, I have been doing a lot of commercial work. One of the people I’ve been working with is Vicky from Lil Chelsea Bun Hair Accessories. LCB sells not only totally adorable hair accessories, but also fun dress-up clothes such as tutus, rompers, pettiskirts, legwarmers, etc.

Anyway! My lovely daughter, Savannah, has been modelling a lot of these products for me. This morning she was modelling a tutu dress, and the way she was running around and giggling reminded me of a little princess in a big poofy dress, running around and having fun in a castle courtyard of somekind.

I used to do a lot of photo-manipulations before I had children (you know, back when I had time to myself. haha). I even won a few contests! I thought I would take the the afternoon and have a little fun with it. So, I let my creativity flow, and here’s what I came up with!

I’m sure the “girl running towards the castle” (or away from the castle) concept has been done a hundred times before, but here’s my take on it, starring my daughter 🙂

I would love for you to comment and let me know what you think!

Toddler princess going to castle

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