Going back through the archives, I am catching up on recent shoots that haven't actually been shared on the blog.
Although my good friend B wasn't feeling very well this day, she was a great sport and was willing to try just about anything that I suggested to her.
In the end, she looks marvelous!
Get your Christmas Cards and your Family Christmas photos, all at the same time.
This year the mini-sessions will be only one day, Saturday, November 16, 2013.
Sessions are available every 15 minutes from 9am-4pm... Last session is at 3:30....
This is such an incredible wedding. I was absolutely overwhelmed with all the colour and detail available. There was, as I have mentioned before, incredible food as well.
The couple had themed their wedding around fine art, and even had the cake inspired by Van Gogh's 'Starry Night'... So fun!!
This wedding was shot in collaboration with Edward Ross Photography
Say hello to the S. family. IF you recall, I did a post called BABY LOVE. That was their new son. They were so excited for those portraits that we decided to do a second shoot outdoors when the weather was gorgeous.
When we went outdoors, their little girl came to life. She was so excited to see the ducks and geese at the pond.
This year has been so busy for me that I have not had the chance to catch up on the blog.
But here goes the first of a few posts to get me caught up.
This is the G. family. They are huge fun. I love mom's choices for outfits. Not to mention the cutest little girl. It was such a fun shoot because they had some specific ideas about what they wanted to do. The most fun had to be when we went to the harley shop and posed with Daddy's Harley.
This has to be one adorable family. And the kids are incredibly charming. I love it when I can get little ones to co-operate for some lovely shots, and these kids were so in the mood. Gorgeous, both of them.
(click on the images to view them enlarged.)
Every year on Mother's Day I join Mark Laurie of Inner Spirit photography to photograph the SportChek Mother's Day Run. This event helps to raise money for the Neonatal intensive Care unit at the Children's Hospital.
Here are a few shots from the day.
The amount of work and preparation done before the event even occurs is absolutely incredible. Volunteers are out in full force, very early in the morning. Here is a shot of some of the hundreds of water bottles that were laid out for all the race participants.
You might wonder who these two men are below, and why I might have included a shot of them, but every year I entrust my life in their hands. They raise me up on an enormous sky-jack crane that is usually used for cleaning windows on high-rise buildings throughout the city. They make sure that I am secured in with my harness, and they keep me company for the several hours I am up there covering the event.
This year was by far the warmest year I have been involved with the event. In years past I have shot this event in rain, winds, and even snow. I was ever so grateful for the beautiful warm sunshine this year.
Brandie Sunley B.Fa, B.Ed