On May 31 I had the pleasure of photographing Sarah and Steve on their wedding day. When your surrounded by friends, family, and friendly guests it just doesn’t seem like work at all. I wish this couple all the happiness and good fortune in the world and want to say thanks for choosing Exposé Studios to document your wedding day.
Today we set out to photograph Lili and Joseph, starting our session at the King Edward Hotel. Lili was very excited about our photography and made it clear that next to actually getting married later today, that her photos meant the world to her. Although I don’t believe that photography should be rushed, our client’s needs are paramount. So in less than an hour we captured exactly what Lili and Joseph were looking for and I think part of our success today, was that we had great communication from our first meeting. This couple visited our Streetsville studio and took the time to carefully review our work, letting us know which images really spoke to their taste. As a professional photographer with over 20 yrs of experience, I can say that making the time to actually visit full time pro photography studios, is the first and most important step in finding the right photographer for your day. Lili and Joseph did just this and the rest was easy. This post only highlights a very small preview of their day, so look for their portfolio on our main page, or better yet come see us.
I knew that this wedding was going to fun, since I had the pleasure of taking this couple out for some engagement photos. Every couple needs a little time to warm up to a photographic session and in just a few frames we were creating some great images. Jesi and Chad were thrilled with their engagement photographs, so I knew that we would have a good connection on their wedding day.
On April 20 my team set out to meet with Jesi at her parents home, where we anxiously greeted by mom and the bride to be. We spent our time photographing a mix of candid and creatively lit images. We kept a careful watch on the time while using our multiple camera coverage to its fullest. We left for the church after an hour, confident that our work was done at the Bride’s home. The ceremony, park session, and reception all played out perfectly. Despite the cool temperatures outdoors, our photographs depict a couple and their closest friends having a lot of fun.
I don’t think I would have changed anything that day, April 20, 2013 was great. Thank you Jesi & Chad.
On April 13 our team started the day with the bridal preparations at Mr & Mrs. Mcgroggans home. We arrived before our bride, Diane, and set to work on capturing some of the dress and accessory details that every wedding album should have. The actual wedding day is over before you know it and the little details that get overlooked really make the best photographic memories.
Once Diane arrived with her crew we shifted into candid mode and just let the morning unfold. We really captured some great moments and even had enough time to photograph our bride with some creative lighting before heading over to their church. A beautiful ceremony followed and all went off without a hitch, which is pretty much how this day was all around. Our team had a lot of fun with this group, making this photo assignment another enjoyable event for us and our clients.
Best of luck Diane & Steve and thank you for choosing Exposé Studios .
Kelly and Ted were an amazing couple to work with. Right from the get go we had a connection that transcended throughout the whole day.
Kelly’s outgoing personality is a perfect match to Ted’s calm persona and this chemistry of theirs found its way into each and every photograph we made that day.
Although we all definitely felt the chills from shooting outdoors, nothing seemed to prevent this couple and their amazing cast from having a good time. Congratulations Kelly & Ted, it was our pleasure to share this day with you.