Toronto Wedding Photography: Ten·2·Ten Photography

Who is the talent hiding behind the lens of the Ten·2·Ten Photography camera?  Glad you asked – my name is Erika Hammer and I’m a Toronto wedding photographer whose modern style is a combination of photojournalism and fine-art.  My approach to a wedding day is simple: tell the story of your wedding day by creating meaningful and memorable art.

Although I’ve been honoured with multiple publications in prominent wedding industry platforms such as Brides, Project Wedding and Elegant Weddings Magazine and have been the recipient of several awards, I truly take pride in my continually evolving style and creativity that I achieve through continuing education and true dedication to my craft.  Although some may say it’s cliché, I find most of my inspiration in my clients and their love for  each other.

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You’ll find an enormous variety of my work throughout my website and blog but if you’re looking for most recent photos, they’re hiding out on my Facebook page in the sneak peek galleries!

I am a true believer in not only continuing education (I love attending workshops and learning new skills) but also teaching others.  For several years I have been offering wedding photography workshops in Toronto as well as one-on-one mentorship sessions that are both short and long-term.

I am a Toronto wedding photography studio and I serve not only the GTA (Toronto, Markham, Vaughan, Scarborough, Etobicoke, Mississauga, Brampton, Caledon, Milton, Oakville, Pickering, Whitby, Ajax and Oshawa) but also Kitchener/Waterloo region as well as Cambridge.  I’m available for select dates Ontario and Canada wide.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1.  What is your style?

My approach to the wedding day is that of a storytelling nature.  I like capturing the wedding day as naturally and unobtrusively as possible.  That being said, I also like to do my best to ensure that everyone looks like the best possible version of themselves; this is done through gentle coaching during the formal photo session and delicate suggestions where appropriate throughout the day.

2. How many photos do we get?

Although it’s impossible to estimate precisely (since every wedding is different), you can anticipate between 500-700 high resolution digital files when we’re shooting a full day wedding with 2 photographers.  Of course, this number varies depending on the length of coverage, amount of photographers hired and amount of action and details on the wedding day.

3.  Why do you choose to photograph weddings?

Get ready to roll your eyes because I know how corny this is going to sound but I simply love seeing people in love!  I love seeing the connections between friends and family members as everyone joins to celebrate during the day.  Every time I capture a wedding day, I’m reminded more and more of how truly special our family and friends are and what amazing rolls they play in our lives.  That’s a story that deserves to be captured.

4.  Do you have an assistant?

I have several assistants available to me if needed; I will only bring an assistant with me when truly needed as I prefer my clients have as little distraction as possible in order for me to capture them at their best!  An assistant is different from a second photographer – an assistant is there to help me in a non-shooting roll while a second photographer is there to benefit the client by capturing additional candid moments.

5.  How far in advance should we be booking our wedding photographer?

I secure a limited number of commissions every year in order to ensure a top-quality product for our clients.  This number varies year-to-year and is based on anticipated workload.  If you’re considering choosing Ten·2·Ten Photography to tell the story of your wedding day, contact us as soon as possible to inquire about availability.