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Engagement Photography- Caitlind and Jordan

I shot Caitlind way back when I was doing a “portrait-52” project years ago. Well, she was recently engaged to the very awesome Jordan and I was very proud to be asked to shoot their wedding and engagement. Engagement sessions are really helpful for both the photographer and the subject. In a nice relaxed setting they get to see their wedding photographer in action. Do they pose, are they impatient, how precise do they make you, etc.

Golden Ears Park Engagement Photography – Jason and Marina

Jason and Marina recently moved here from eastern Canada and chose the gorgeous Golden Ears Provincial Park in Maple Ridge as the location. As a native of Maple Ridge I knew that Golden Ears has a wide variety of locations to use for photography, as well as being nice and close downtown Maple Ridge. The park is full of hiking trails, swimming in Gold Creek, and lovely beaches at Alouette Lake.

Tammy and Jason – Langley Engagement Photography

Part of the reason that I love having an engagement session with a couple who’s wedding I’m photographing is that it gives me a chance to get to know them and get a feel for what they’re like in front of the camera. Not everyone knows what to do when they get their photo taken. Heck, I don’t know what to do! Spending some time with a couple means that they can get used to how I pose them and how I get them to move around.

Amanda & Ben

This elopement with a few friends and family was at Ellwood Park in Abbotsford, I’ve done a lot of photoshoots there, both for family sessions as well as engagements.  It’s..

Wedding Packages

Elopement 3 hours coverage Ceremony Couples Formals $ 1000 Gold BEST OPTION 8 hours coverage Full coverage Getting ready Ceremony & Formals Reception $ 2000 Full package 8-12 hours coverage Full..

Vancouver Summer Wedding – Galen and Patricia

The story of this lovely backyard summer wedding in rural Vancouver, for me, makes it even more fun than normal. Less than a day before I arrived I was running the Tough Mudder race in Whistler with 10 of my closest co-workers. It was over five hours of obstacles and slogging through the mud, dinner, a few hours sleep, then a 2 hour drive back home, pick up my gear (packed the day before of course, and then back to Vancouver to join these two awesome folks for the day.

Care and Feeding Of Your Wedding Photographer

So you’re going to get married, everything is setup, and now the big day is here and now you have to deal with those wild and crazy animals, the Domestic Wedding Photographer (Ph?tos Overworkedicus Domesticis). Here are the five top tips for the proper care and feeding of your wedding photographer!