The season is finally here and the sun is doing a great job in the city of Toronto. Are you newly engaged and ready for an engagement shoot that will keep you on the edge of your seat? Don't wait any longer as time slots are booking up super quickly. If you are also newly engaged, you may want to grab your wedding
Remember the days when you could kiss in public? We do! Check out this love filled wedding that was captured just this past summer. Specializing in Toronto Weddings is what we do best. Book you free consultation today and sit with a skilled and knowledgeable photo and video team member. Tell us about your dream wedding and let us show you how we
Beautiful architecture and clean sleek lines. Shooting within the Gothic architecture of Knox college downtown Toronto is a Photographers dream. Within The many mysterious buildings of University of Toronto you will find Knox College. With dimly lit Corredor‘s and grand staircases, this location is definitely one from a fairy tale wedding.
Showcasing your wedding gown is what we do best. When the bride spends weeks or even months selecting the right gown for her wedding day, it is very important to capture the perfect photo that will showcase what the gown actually looks like. By photographing the dress from below, you get that grand look. Sometimes shooting from above works better, but in this
Its finally that time of year when the sun is out a bit longer and the days are becoming warmer. Spring is definitely in the air and couples are getting super excited to get out there and shoot some engagement photos. No more slush or dead tress for your engagement shoot, just green lush grass and full popping trees and lets not forget
A great photographer once said," Location is key for capturing the perfect photograph". A simple walk on the wedding day where a bride and groom hold hands can be very straightforward and boring, but, if put in the proper location, lighting and backdrop, the image comes to life and can begin to tell a real life story. For example the image above explains