Congratulations Erin on being the cover bride for the entire 2013 year on Your Wedding Portfolio magazine and workbook! It’s unusual for a wedding to be featured in a magazine when that wedding is more about family than it is about style and details. It’s also unusual for a local Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Guelph magazine to feature a far away wedding . . . and there you are, in Bermuda!
You get a $25 credit toward your April / May 2013 portrait session for every person shown here that you have a personal connection or friendship with.
(email / facebook / linkedin / staff / faculty / student – You show me the connection: You get the credit)
What You Know:
- You know (like these people shown here) that you are unique: You don’t do typical.
- You know that showing your real self is worlds better than projecting the perfect image.
- You know how powerfully an expression in your photograph can connect a viewer to you.
Book a date by April 2013. Redeem by May 2013. Call me at 519 589 1723 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
. . . and some more from the last time I posted a collage of headshots:
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Loren and Jason put together a simple celebration. They built their schedule around their guests . . . it was more about making family and friends comfortable and enjoying themselves than impressing others. They were not held by tradition or trends to create a gala event that’s about the image you project – or the impression you make. Instead, they prefer images showing them as they are: down to earth, authentic, happy and in love.
That’s not unusual for this couple to break with the norm. You’re more likely to see Jason cook an exotic meal while Loren builds a hut!
It was a beautiful sunset ceremony at the Cambridge Mill. The warm, setting rays of the sun were beaming in as Loren came to meet and marry Jason.
. . . and the words I dearly love to hear: Jay, just do your thing – we trust you completely. We’re interested in the real photos, not the posed cliches.
More images in a slideshow video:
Sarah at the Cambridge Mill was remarkable! Organizing, timing everything and coming to the rescue over and over again, all with a great, calm, friendly attitude: