Category Archives: Resources

18 Jan

About hands in documentary wedding photography

As a mainly documentary wedding photographer, I prefer to work in a candid photography style, capturing events as they happen without asking people to pose for the camera. This approach gives wedding couples more natural photos and memories of their wedding day. While I’m following you during the wedding day, I’m always looking out for

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Business portrait - grey suit with burgundy tie
10 Jun

Here’s how to get ready for your business headshots

If you’ve booked me to photograph headshots for your website, your online bio or Linkedin, that’s great! Our next step is to make sure you look your best for these business portraits since they’re going to be your ambassadors online. Below, you’ll find a few tips to help you get ready for your business headshots! To

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Photographe de mariage - Domaine Tomali-Maniatyn
15 Mar

How much time do you need for wedding photos?

If you’re planning your wedding day yourselves, it’s probably the first time you’ve done anything like this! :) To help you figure out the timeline or schedule of the day, here’s a quick look at how long different types of wedding photos usually take. You can mix-and-match all these blocks of time based on your

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10 Jul

Behind the photo: Bird’s eye view

Finding the right place to do an overhead photo I often photograph couples in Old Montreal and it’s easy to slip into habits and re-use the same photo locations. So on one of the first hot days of summer, I was wandering around the Old Port, camera in hand, scouting for fresh viewpoints and photo

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