There is no wedding more romantic than a surprise elopement in Sooke! My dear friends Sam and Josh have been together for many years. In October, they decided to elope with just a few family and friends. They live in Sooke and invited a small group of family “for dinner”. In the week leading up […]
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I met Golpar and Charles for their Iranian wedding at the Prestige Oceanfront Hotel in Sooke, B.C. This couple is madly in love – they are exactly the type of couple I love working with! They hosted an Iranian wedding with family and friends from Iran and all over the United States! Charles is a […]
As artists, our editing style is always changing. To be honest, that’s why I love photography. There is always something new to learn and then comes the challenge of determining how that new editing tool fits into your work. STEP ONE: Shoot with intention. Yes, this tutorial is all about editing… but what would we […]
Are you looking for variety in your work? Have you noticed a tendency towards shooting Rule of Thirds or centre compositions? It’s so easy to get attached to a composition that we’re used to shooting or seeing. Me? I get stuck on Rule of Thirds, top right To help you add more variety to your […]
Have you ever had a vision for a colour image fall flat and you couldn’t figure out why? Has it taken you hours, or even days, to figure out how to accomplish that vision? I’ve had this happen to me so many times, and over the years I’ve collected a few tips on how to […]
I’ve spent some time analysing my weddings and wanted to share a few tips from last year. I changed things up a bit and decided to shoot a lot of weddings alone (even though I thrive in a team environment) and switched from zoom to prime lenses. I used all of these tips to make […]
Every time I go to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year museum exhibit, I am amazed at the patience required to take my favorite photographs. The photographers wait days and sometimes weeks in anticipation of a single moment, lasting only milliseconds. Anticipation. When you really start to feel the moment you’re in, you can deeply […]
I had a wonderful time exploring the sights and culture of Devon & Cornwall over the holidays. I took a few shots on my D700, all of which had this great moody feel to them.
I used to be a fair-weather shooter. Now, the days that I wouldn’t have set foot outside are the days that inspire me most. Up until recently, I was only inspired by those hot summer days with a long, beautiful Golden Hour. But I realized that I have to shoot year-round to really embrace the […]