Toronto Engagement Photographer : Jen + Philip

This is an engagement session shot in Unionville, which is just north east of Toronto.  Its a great little town filled with historic buildings and old-fashioned shops and churches.  We also took some pictures in a small park and train tracks located in the town.  I had a great time working with Jennifer and Philip to create images for them. Here are some shots from that day.

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Toronto Wedding Photographer: Janeal + Stephen

I have always wanted to shoot an outdoor wedding by a lake.  So when Janeal emailed me to photograph her wedding in Haliburton, I was quite the happy man.  Getting to know the couple a bit better during their engagement photos, I could tell they were even more excited for this day.  Steve was to arrive in style, in a boat with his groomsmen while all their guests sat in chairs on grass, facing the lake.  Then came the beautiful Janeal walking down the aisle and the couple was married right on the dock. There was a moment there where I almost lost my footing and would have made quite the scene had I fallen into the lake. That’s what I get for trying to find different angles to shoot from.  This was followed by some speeches and portraits around the property.  The evening festivities included a band from Toronto called the Digs Band and they were awesome!  Its fun photographing a band and people dancing, but even better when the music is great.  Overall it was a fantastic day and thanks very much to Janeal and Steve for having me!  Here are some photos from that day.

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Old Montreal

Montreal is always fun to visit.  Specifically Old Montreal.  I visited in early June along with my 21-month old son, and wife.  We took the VIA Train from Union Station and it was a comfortable 5-hour train ride.  The little guy loved it as he kept looking for “ewopwanes” and “howses” and “cows” through the large window.  The weather was gorgeous and we first visited Montreal’s famous Botanical Gardens via the Montreal Metro which is not very stroller friendly, we found out.  Had to carry the stroller up and down the stairs at the different stops we used.  The Gardens are huge and very nice, although in this blog post only the final two pictures are from that place.  On this trip, I didn’t bring my digital cameras, except for my iPhone5s which is always with me.  Instead I bought some Kodak Ektar 120 film and shot 3 rolls of it with my Pentax 645n medium format camera.  I love cobblestone streets and patios with different flags and the different colours and tones of the old buildings.  Old Montreal, specifically Rue St. Paul, doesn’t dissapoint in that aspect.  It is very different than the rest of the city or even country, you could say.  There are a lot of people there too as it a pretty popular destination.  Here are some photos from this trip.

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Toronto Engagement Photographer : Janeal and Stephen

On a beautiful spring day I headed out along with Janeal and Stephen to do their engagement photos.  Stephen’s family owns some land near Oshawa and its very cool walking around the wooded area knowing that we had the place to ourselves.  Nice weather, great/fun couple and beautiful surroundings make for a nice atmosphere to create photos.  I shot both digital, with my Canon 5D Mark II, and a couple rolls of 120 medium format film with my Pentax 645n.  I’m looking forward to shooting the wedding coming up in mid-June in Haliburton.  Here are some photos from the e-session.

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