You can't tell, because Jasbelle looks all warm and cozy in that coat, but it was, like, minus a thousand out that day. But the light from the setting sun (at, like 4 in the afternoon) was gorgeous, and Jasbelle rocked it. ⠀#model #grandeprairephotography #peaceriverphotography #eyefordetailphotography
This is Rebecca, from Grande Prairie, and despite the bare arms, it was indeed winter, and quite cool out.
Okay, so this might qualify more as spring, not winter, in Tumbler Ridge, but who can tell? This is taken up above the Shipyard and Titanic hiking area.
Ah curling. What says winter in Canada quite as much as curling. Except, you know. Skiing. And snowshoeing. And, okay, figure skating. But nothing else is more Canadian and winter…dogsledding. Dogsledding edges out curling. ⠀⠀And luge. Luge is pretty Canada in winter. ⠀⠀And touques. ⠀⠀And Mukluks.
First shoot with Lyndsay. She was sick, and only able to shoot for ten or 15 minutes before calling it, but she's a pro, and looked great, even when not in the best of health.
Darci on a snowy, cold day in Grande Prairie.
Still one of my all time favourite photographic experiences. It was snowing, so I took my flash and put it behind her to capture the falling snow. But that meant there was no light for her face. So I got the make up artist to hold a cell phone in each hand as a light source. Oh, yeah.
One last shot of Kate and flour. I have more, but there is other white stuff to take pictures of…
I warned you there was a whole bunch of these… this is Kate again….