Painting a Canvas Backdrop – A Tutorial for Photographers

We’ve all seen those gorgeous Oliphant backdrops that you see Annie Leibovitz use but many photographers, including myself, don’t want to spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on one.  For quite some time now, I’ve been contemplating on painting my own backdrop.  Really, how hard can it be?  After spending the last few months watching Youtube videos and reading many articles, I decided I would give it a try.
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Scotland Destination Wedding – Ray & Drew Say I Do

Spring wedding photography in Edmonton, Alberta can be beautiful enough. But, there is nothing more exciting for a photographer than new, stunning locations to shoot one-of-a-kind wedding photos. That was just the case for me when I was invited to travel with Andrew and Rayanne to Scotland for their destination wedding!!!  Read More

Edmonton Children’s Photographer – This is Jax!

Taking the perfect snapshot of children can be a difficult challenge for anyone. They would rather be playing, they have no investment in how the pictures turn out, and they can be easily distracted. As an Edmonton children’s photographer, I have met my share of rambunctious kids. Little Jax is no different. Especially in this session when the young man was more interested in the squirrels than the camera. Despite his adventuring, we managed to capture some wonderful candid portraits of energetic Jax.Read More

Hiring Wedding Photographers / Edmonton Wedding Photographer

Tips For Hiring Your Photographer

Hiring your wedding vendors takes a lot of work and lately, there has been an increase of brides and grooms posting disappointing reviews of several wedding vendors on social media sites. Makeup artists and planners taking deposits and not showing up and photographers either falling off the face of the earth or producing almost non-usable images.  Reading these stories really make me very sad and makes me think, how can someone do that?  Read More