Posts Tagged 'Experienced'
What do you say to a long time family friend that asks you to shoot their wedding in Newfoundland. Hell yes!
When Natalie and Joe asked me to cover their event in Rocky Harbor I was thrilled. Bill ( my husband ) and I had been wanting to travel to Newfoundland for years. So this was a great opportunity.
Here are some of my favorite images from the day of the wedding.
Nat calling a close friend just before getting ready.
The beautiful bride.
The handsome groom.
The couple on the point overlooking Rocky Harbor.
The sister of the bride Victoria……….I still can’t believe she is only 16!
Natalie’s mum Deb ( a very good friend of mine ) and her boyfriend Dave.
And of course you can’t go to Newfoundland without a bottle of screech………these were the favors.
A final shot of the bride and groom on the boat they got married on!
Thank you Natalie and Joe for choosing me to document your event!
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So why am I posting today’s wedding 4 hours after having shot it?
Well #1 it was local and #2 I got some killer shots and #3, tomorrow I have to pack for my trip to Newfoundland.
Leanne and Kevin were so easy to shoot and they were so willing to let me see something and work it through to the end. Amazing…….I love clients that share my vision and see that the end result is worth the extra effort! I am in love with all the images below…………enjoy!
Ellis Chapel is so great to shoot!
I love this family shot!
These last four shots make my heart happy…………this is one of those days where I truly know I have the best job in the world!
Thank you Leanne and Kevin for choosing me to document your wedding……………it was truly a pleasure!
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Ashley and Enzo got married this past weekend in a tiny little Anglican church in Coldwater.
The reception was held at the MacLaren Arts Center in Barrie.
Here are a few of my favorite pictures!
Art as a background is always fun!
“The Clams” quite possibly the best brides maids I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with.
The accordion player? The Clams surprised Ashley with an accordion player for dinner music. I love this shot of him.
A shot in downtown Barrie………alleyways are pretty too!
Thank you Ashley and Enzo for including me in your wedding day!
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Olive the clown.
Sophie the princess.
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Have a great weekend!
A quick couple of images from Saturdays wedding.
Yesterday I had the opportunity to second shoot for another photographer. And I loved it!
It gave me the freedom to try new things and shoot from angle that I wouldn’t get when I’m the main shooter.
Christine from Click photography was brave enough to let me shoot along side her.
Here is an image I am in love with!
I’ll post more shortly.
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I would try to explain what this means……..but I will let them do the talking!
Quite simply, the best wedding photographers in the world
The ISPWP is a rarity among online wedding photography directories. We’re small. We’re exclusive. We’re picky. We have high standards for membership. We are a worldwide group of top professional wedding photographers who have the experience, talent, and reputation to deliver outstanding wedding photography to our clients.
When you hire an ISPWP photographer, you are hiring with confidence because every member has met our high standards for membership:
Members must have shot at LEAST 50 weddings as a lead or solo photographer. Many of our members have shot hundreds of weddings. Some of our members are Pulitzer Prize winners and Pulitzer Prize finalists. Some of them serve as teachers or mentors for new photographers. All of them are market leaders and are have been dedicated to their craft for years. Wedding photography is not a field where you want your photographer to be learning on-the-job. When you hire an ISPWP photographer, you know you’re hiring the solid experience of a true professional who can deliver quality results time after time, year after year.
Members must have their website and online portfolio reviewed and approved by a committee of ISPWP members. We look at representative samples from at least three weddings to get a sense of how a photographer sees, thinks, and captures the events of the whole day. As wedding photographers, we look at wedding pictures every day. Most of us are involved in online communities of photographers so we are exposed to thousands of wedding pictures every year. When a photographer is accepted into the ISPWP, you can be sure they have received a seal of approval from fellow wedding photographers.
Members must have no active complaints with the Better Business Bureau or other consumer protection organization. Sometimes experience and talent don’t necessarily mean that someone follows good busines practices and customer service. Every ISPWP member has a stellar record of providing reliable and trustworthy service to their clients.
Members must operate under the strict ISPWP Code of Conduct. This provides protection for both the client and the photographer. It also ensures that ISPWP photographers operate their businesses with accepted industry practices.
Members must provide at least 2 client references and 2 photographer references, or have an ISPWP Sponsor. This ensures that all members have the respect and recognition from their peers in the community.