Since leaving my office job and turning my photography business into my sole profession I have prefaced all face-to-face conversations with the fact that I don’t see or talk to many people throughout the workweek. Whether it’s a client consult or a session, the lack of human interaction throughout the day leads me to be a wee bit rambly when I finally meet up with actual people. And of course, that has only gotten amplified since covid came to be. But lucky for me I get to work with some truly delightful, and apparently patient, people because even after all my rambling throughout their session and seemingly never-ending stories as we chatted in the parking lot afterwards, Alexandra + Ryan stuck it out.Continue reading “Baxter Conservation Area Engagement Session: Alexandra + Ryan”
Sometimes the photography Gods bless me with the most amazing sessions ever! The perfect weather (not too hot, not too cold), a beautiful blue sky with puffy white clouds for interest, pink blooms in the leafy trees, and a gorgeous couple full of laughter. This was definitely one of those sessions!!
So I am thinking Mother Nature might have just skipped Spring this year. First the season was super late with a cold April and May. And now it seems like it has been decided that since Spring was so late, we might as well just start Summer and forget all about it.
I mentioned in their sneak peek how much Valery + RJ loved and appreciated each other and how evident this was throughout their wedding day. From the private looks to the declarations during their speeches and of course, all throughout their portraits, you could really see the heartwarming love they share.
The second wedding of this weekend and our season involved a drive out to Perth. Up until now, I haven’t ventured off of Highway 7 very much when it came to the Perth area, so when we got into the Historic downtown area, we were absolutely floored by the beauty!
Add to that the truly lovely Valery + RJ and their fantastic wedding party, and it was a dream come true!!