Although I’m of a Toronto wedding photography kind of gal, it’s always such a pleasure to hear from clients who live outside of the city. Being a wedding photographer means that I get to go on lots and lots of adventures! When I first heard from Nicole about her upcoming Kingston wedding, I was thrilled at the chance to return. Kingston is such a beautiful city that it’s next to impossible to take a bad photo while you’re there. Despite her wedding being held in Kingston, Nicole and her fiancé opted for engagement photos at Cherry Beach right here in Toronto.
I love Cherry Beach engagement photos. They are always so relaxed, clean, simple and allow for the opportunity to fill the image with emotions and not just busy backgrounds.
One of the things I loved most about this session – aside from the amazing couple – was that it was my first engagement session after attending the Sam Hurd Epic Workshop. I have always been a huge advocate for continued education; I think it’s one of the things that makes a photographer successful. Sam’s workshop, well, I simply don’t have enough wonderful things to say about it. It was one of the best workshops I’ve attended and provided me with some new, fresh and fun tricks that I brought to Nicole and Kevin’s engagement shoot.
I had such a great time walking along the sandy beach with Nicole and Kevin. They are so friendly, funny and sweet… not to mention totally in love with each other – something that makes my job extra easy!
Thank you to the both of you for choosing me as your wedding photographer! I had a blast creating your engagement photos and sincerely look forward to capturing the day when you become husband and wife!
To my fellow photographers... can you spot the Brenizer style image? One of these images was made by combining 10 separate images; creating a depth of field and perspective that is utterly delicious. Leave your guess in the comments below.