Category Archives: Session advice

What’s the best thing to wear for a spring session? It’s important that everyone feels comfortable with what they are wearing to their family photography session. This means dressing warmly enough for the weather. Spring weather can be a bit unpredictable. Winds can pick up, and temperatures can plummet early in the morning and later […]

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I recently announced the launch of my new Legacy Graduation Sessions, that combine outdoor portraits and digital composite artwork created in studio. Sometimes it can be hard to know things like where how to stand, and what to do with your hands while you’re being photographed. There are a few fine details I’ve learned to […]

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Ten years ago, if you told someone you were having your pet professionally photographed, you’d probably get a few laughs or eye rolls. But the pet photography industry has exploded over the past decade, especially in Australia, the USA, and now here in Canada. More and more dog owners are investing in photos of their […]

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A successful custom portrait session doesn’t happen by accident. Whether you’re planning a family photography session, having your engagement photos taken, or having a custom sports portrait created, being properly prepared is the best thing that you can do to make sure you get the most out of your session. Getting ready for sports photos […]

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Whether you’re planning an engagement session, or thinking about photos of your family or pets, the time of day when you venture out for your session has a big impact on the overall look of your photos. There are a few reasons why my favourite sessions take place during the “golden hour” near sunset. You won’t be sweating […]

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