While I was down in Medicine Hat shooting a wedding (far too short a time spent there), with Darin, we arranged a shoot with Nicole, as seen here. The town was partially founded on its clay, and there are so many old brick buildings downtown that you can shoot against, it is a veritable embarrassment of riches. The shoot was over far too soon (as supper beckoned), but I got a few great shots, including these two.
Some shots from a family portrait session earlier this summer. Well, extended family portraits, as these are two pairs of cousins. We played with lego, listened to some music, went motorcycling and then played on the trampoline. It was a busy day, but netted some fabulous images….
Ashley and Jordan celebrated their wedding along with their friends, all of which, apparently, were in the wedding party. This was the largest wedding group I’ve had the opportunity to photograph.
It was, I must admit, a lot of fun, as I got to wander about Dawson Creek taking pictures of the group at a bunch of locations, including Timmy Hos. (None of those shots, however, made it into the album, simply because there were so many others to choose from.)
The wedding was full of fun, style and elegance. After spending a full day shooting, there were so many amazing images to choose from it took some time and consideration to make this beautiful album full of what I consider the very best of images.
This album focuses on relationships: the love Ashley and Jordan have for each other and the love they have for their family and for their friends. Click on the cover and enjoy.
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Got a new newsletter out, packed full of all sorts of good goodies. If you want in on that goodness, simply head over to the newsletter sign up page and enter your name and email. That’s it.
What? Do I have to bribe you? Okay, how about this: Anyone who signs up for the newsletter will be entered in a draw for a free portrait session, plus cards, perfect for a certain holiday coming up on us far too fast….
So, I’m going to be at Mass Registration pimping my photography course. If you are interested in learning about how to take your photos up a notch (maybe even two), stop by my table.
So I’ve heard from a couple people that there was an article about me (Trent) and Eye For Detail Photography in the Northeast News. I haven’t seen it yet, though having said that, I wonder if there is an online version.
There is, but the latest edition isn’t up yet.
Anyway. If you’re one of the people who just throws the paper out, but might be curious about reading some of my thoughts about the art of photography, hold on to the most recent edition. And soon as it goes online, I’ll link to it.
If you’re one of the people showing up here because of the article, feel free to say hi, ask questions, or just poke around. You might want to learn a bit more about us, check out some of the pretty wedding or portrait images, or visit our site dedicated to graduation photography.
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So I warned you last night to be expecting a Leah video today. Well, it’s today and here it is.
Um. Right, you know, up there.
A couple weeks ago (on my birthday, even) I got to spend a few hours with Katie and Leah. They’re bestest friends, and kinda have that Galadriel/Arwen thing going. Kinda.
Anyway. Here’s is a video of the Lady of Light, posted at 1 in the morning. Expect Arwen Evenstar sometime in the morning.
Sorry, it’s late. My inner geek got a little out of control.
Here’s more photos from Ashley and Jordan’s wedding. Sometimes, big wedding parties can be unmanageable and unfriendly, but this bunch was friendly and fun and never once threatened to beat me up and take my lunch money…. I typically like to sneak off with the bride and groom for a spell, but these guys were with us the entire shoot, and a great bunch they were…
I’ve just updated this website, due to possible security threats.
However, the new update and the plug-in that manages my photos don’t play nice with each other. The solution is pretty simple: add a line break before adding a photo set.
I’ve gone back and fixed the problem at least to the beginning of the year, but if you run into any pages or posts that are displaying incorrectly, do let me know which page it was.