Okay, I’ll admit it. I’m a little behind. LOL This shoot wasn’t from a couple days ago, but a couple weeks ago. So HUGE apologies to both Lauren and Adam, who have been waiting so patiently. Going to be putting nose to grindstone the next several days to get caught back up.
I had a hard time narrowing down my “to share” pile for Lauren and Adam’s shoot. They were absolutely fabulous to work with, and were up for pretty much anything I suggested. It was a great experience. It’s rare that I can throw out any idea that crosses my mind and know the couple will be all for it. Because of their willingness, we covered a ton of ground during our shoot, and got a wealth of outstanding images. And editing them was just as enjoyable.
So, without further ado, here’s a brief (though not as brief as I generally try to be with these previews) glimpse into our shoot:
…and if you look closely, you’ll see three of my personally created Aperture Presets: Peachy, Cool & Calm, and Kissing.
Danae and Cameron were absolutely adorable. I always worry about couples who take themselves too seriously. But these two have humour in spades. Being able to laugh with (and occasionally AT) one another is an awesome thing.
My favourite shot from our sweethearts shoot speaks volumes, and so too do all those which follow:
This shoot really was a treat… spontaneous and fun. Just like the couple themselves.
On Sunday afternoon I had the privilege of doing a sweethearts photo shoot out in the snow with Jaclyn and Kim. I love shooting in the snow, and though it presents its own unique challenges, I wish it was something more folk were willing to consider. So when Jaclyn suggested it (without any prompting on my part) I was thrilled.
The two of them will be receiving a disk with over 100 images on it from our hour-long session. But figured I’d share a few of my favourites here, both as a preview for them, and for me to show off. LOL I absolutely adore shooting couples in love… and a couple in love out in the snow? Awesome!