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
Tonight I’m continuing the website refresh with the retirement of this gem from the main page. Why do I love it?
Loren & Greg's wedding was heavy on emotion, heavy on meaning and heavy on family and friends. Everything was on proud display - a non-stop celebration of all they hold dear. From private vows before the ceremony to Loren's father presiding over the ceremony itself. And the weather . . . A1. The most perfect sunny summer day that lead to the most perfect sunset. Warm pastel tones over the water - it doesn't get any better than that.Read More
Farm houses with wrap around porches. Willow trees dancing in the breeze. Fields of gold, glowing under a bright sun. August in Centreville, Nova Scotia. Cottages with homegrown docks, clusters of birch trees and a cool breeze off of the water. August in Murphy Lake, Nova Scotia. [continued ...Read More
Perched on Mount Pleasant, and overlooking Digby's harbour is the Digby Pines Golf Resort and Spa. On a clear day you'll be able to look across to Smith's Cove and the mouth of Bear River, scallop trawlers and pleasure craft gliding back and forth in the foreground. Work your way through the streets of Digby and you'll step back in time as you follow the lazy bend of the resort's main entrance, passing rows of pine trees and hostas that eventually give way to the main lodge with its lone stone turret and red roof. [continued ...Read More