Why Red Cedar?

Your photographs capture memories that will be shared in your family for generations.

The Red Cedar tree is known as the “Tree of Life”. Sacred to First Nations, the majestic Red Cedar is used in day-to-day life. It is healing and soothing, it is used to build a home. The Tree of Life, even after it has been cut down, can last for over 100 years.
I want your photographs to share your legacy for years to come.

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Ebony Logins

Owner / Lead Photographer

Red Cedar Photography

Nice to meet you! Art is a passion for everyone in my family. I’m a natural light connection photographer with a passion for environmental portraiture. Being a connection photographer means I create scenarios that allow couples to connect on a deeper level. It’s the reason my work is often described as emotive. My love of environmental portraiture gives your gallery variety. I love capturing the scenery around you and you will find a lot of nature and greenery in my work.

I work with people who are madly in love. They have experienced struggles and share their joys. Like me, they believe in the power of unconditional love. I will laugh with you and cry with you during your session or wedding! My clients are wonderful people and I am so grateful to be a part of their love stories. Sometimes, I get to photograph their engagement, wedding, and then the first addition to their families!

One of my biggest joys is mentoring for Clickin Moms. I love being part of an online community for photographers to create, share, and learn. I’ve taken to many workshops and breakouts with Click Photo School and I have met so many lifelong friends on the forums! Helping other photographers, being a teaching assistant and creating my own breakout has been a wonderful adventure as a Mentor.

I currently live in a tiny home on the ocean in Sooke, BC, Canada. I’ve lived in Nanaimo, Vancouver, Vernon, Kelowna, and Victoria. Traveling is one of my favourite luxuries. I’ve traveled through Europe and almost all of Central America. Cooper is my partner in crime. He is a big Bernese Mountain Dog x Black Lab who likes to go mountain biking and hiking with me. When I‘m not photographing weddings, I run a non-profit and coaching basketball. I love volunteering in my community. I’m also an elected councillor for the District of Sooke. Being directly involved in the day-to-day changes of a small and fast-growing community is an honor and a bit of a thrill at times!

Feel free to use this contact page to connect – ask me anything! I’m an open book.

~ Ebony

Features

– Galleries –

February 2018: VOICE Gallery in Amelia Island, FL, USA

August 2017: Sooke Fine Art Show in Sooke, BC, Canada

– Click Magazine –

November/December 2017: The Voice Issue

January/February 2017: 11 creativity exercises to help you fall in love with photography all over again

July/August 2016: How She Does It: A peek into four photographers’ workflow and technology choices

– Click Pro Daily Project –

Daily of the Week Winner: July 28, 2017

– Click Blog –

Spring cleaning: 5 ways to refresh your brand before you get too busy

– Clickin Moms Blog –

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10 easy steps for better colour in your pictures

5 steps to get started portfolio building

4 ways to enjoy outdoor photography in the winter months

12 fabulous lenses you should try

35 striking photographs that showcase shadows

22 poses for successful pictures of kids, families, and adults

43 important tips for new photographers

30 pictures that beautifully illustrate the word ‘new’

20 emotional photos that will pull at you