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Climber Portrait

Posted by in | August 11, 2013
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Climber Sharon Wood photo

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Female Climber Sharon Wood photoSharon Wood of Adventure Dynamics Inc. was the first North American woman to climb Everest.  She is featured outside her Canmore home with the Mount Lawrence Grassi range in the background. Photo by Mikael Kjellstrom (Kjellström)/Calgary Herald

Janine and Jeremiah Wedding

Posted by in | August 8, 2013
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The Wedding of Janine and Jeremiah was photographed on their farm near Little Fort, BC, with an afternoon ceremony. The light was very beautiful, but was going very fast behind the mountain, creating a short span to photograph the main photographs.

The majority of the photographs was taken out in a back-lit field and down by the North Thompson River.

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Cosmetic Model

Posted by in | July 31, 2013
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Cosmetic Model Spring Colours

 

Model Paula from MAG Models wearing Mac Cosmetic makeup for the spring flair.

Paula was photographed inside, next to a window with natural light flowing in from the window and a gold/silver reflector to reflect it back onto her face.

Tony Bennett

Posted by in | July 29, 2013
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Tony Bennett

Tony Bennett performing his classics on stage at the Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary.

Chelsea and Tyler Wedding

Posted by in | August 8, 2012
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Wedding couple on lake and in boat

South Cariboo Wedding at Watch Lake

This is a wedding I photographed this summer in the interior of BC, just north east of 70 Mile House. The wedding was with Chelsea Bumby and Tyler Quirion and the ceremony was held at Watch Lake Lodge Guest Ranch in South Cariboo.

Rain was in the forecast and I scouted several areas to photograph the couple and their family.  The Family was photographed underneath a party tent that attendees was sheltered during the ceremony.  The bride and groom was photographed by nearby cabins, in a hayloft, and on the dock where they where married.

The wedding was photographed with both natural light and flash set-up remotely and out of the way.

I loved the rustic feel of this location, and it was a perfect location to hold a wedding and to photograph a wedding.

Chelsea and Tyler were great to work with and I wish them the best for the future.

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