The images from this session make me swoon.  They are the reason why I decided to add “Toronto lifestyle photographer” to my job title.

You don’t need to wait until the fall leaves arrives to take photos.  You don’t need to wait until you lose “those last ten pounds” to take photos.  You don’t need to wait until the kids braces are off to take photos.  You don’t need to wait to take photos.  Period.

Your every day life is awesome.  Your every day life is what you’ll reflect on years from now.  As the kids grow up and go to college, you’ll walk into the room that used to be their play room (and is now an office) and reminisce over the adventures had within those walls.  The first time you go to your adult child’s house to dinner, you’ll reflect on the time you first taught them how to bake cookies.  Oh, how far they’ve come and how things have changed!

The every day moments in life are the ones that are the most important – so why not hire a Toronto lifestyle photographer to capture your every day life?

This session is “A day in the life” type session.  We captured exactly what a normal day is like.  Playing with Play D’oh, reading books with mom, doing puzzles with Grandma and even making some home-made goodies for your afternoon snack.  These are the moments in our life that we remember.

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There’s no question about it; I love black and white photos.  If I could process an entire session in black and white I would.  There’s something about black and white that makes you see emotion; it makes you see details and focus on elements that you wouldn’t necessarily see if you were distracted by colour.  That being said, there are also times when colour simply is the more flattering option; especially when food is involved.  I wanted to show this story in both black and white and colour so our readers could experience the impact that both colour and black and white photos have.