A challenge for any wedding photographer is experimentation - stepping out of your comfort zone and trying something different during a session. Isolating a subject using focus / depth of field is something that we’re accustomed to, but what about isolating a subject using available light? Chasing light and shadow during this session was a goal of mine and I’m grateful for the light we had. A smile, clasped hands or eyes illuminated by the sun as the rest of the frame slips into the shadows. Perfection.Read More
A drone's view of Val-Comeau Beach in the early hours of the morning. I've driven through Tracadie-Sheila before (most recently for a wedding in Inkerman) but had never stopped to explore the surroundings. This past weekend I found myself in the community for a wedding and ending up falling in love with the coastline. So quiet. So peaceful. So lush and so green.
At the moment I'm working on obtaining an SFOC (special-flight-operations-certificate) for engagement / wedding work. Once in my hands I'll be able to start mixing clients in with these aerial views - I look forward to sharing different perspectives and exploring Maritime locales from the air. Until then I'll still bring my drone on wedding road trips - with any luck I'll have favourable flying weather the morning after each wedding. Its addictive. Its fun.Read More