Posts Tagged ‘Edmonton engagement photos’
I’m really looking forward to Bobbi Jo & Mike’s wedding at the Northern Bear Golf Club later this summer! I spent a beautiful summer evening with them, and loved photographing them. It’s always fun reconnecting with couples months after they book me for their wedding.
Check out Bobbi Jo’s amazing eyes! Gorgeous. I love her style, I can’t wait to see her wedding look.
People sometimes ask us how we get such vibrant colour in our photos. It’s a little bit to do with our gear, a bit to do with our processing, but mostly due to mother nature – she gives us such breathtaking backgrounds to work with!
I clicked with Farzana & Aly right away. We had a great conference call, they wanted to snuggle my little ones when they came over, and we bonded over bug spray during their engagement session. I’m looking forward to their wedding coming up at the end of the month!
And, Farzana is a girl after my own heart (ie, a fellow shorty). She’s so cute!!
We’ve been part of a long journey with Deepak & Poonam, from his proposal scavenger hunt, to their engagement party this year, and now a late-night summer portrait session. Their wedding next year will be amazing! I know that we have reached a significant point in our professional relationship because the last time they came over I was in my pjs and I didn’t mind them seeing me. We love these two! Â Check out these images that Michael created with them.
Holly & Ben are getting married this weekend! Michael will be helping them celebrate in style. He is looking forward to working with the fabulous wedding planner Jennifer Bergman.
We’re so lucky to live in such a beautiful city with its extensive river valley. Â These engagement photos are particularly special for Holly & Ben due to some recent news in their life. Â Ben has accepted an excellent job in the states, and unfortunately he and Holly will have to live apart for a time. Â Luckily, they will have these beautiful pictures to look at, hopefully they will make the distance a bit easier to bear.