A little after their engagement session I had the pleasure of capturing Taryn and Kyle’s wedding. Here are some of my favorite images from the day.
They both met at and graduated from SFU so prior to the ceremony we popped up there to do some portraits.
The funniest addition to their gift box, what is family for anyways ?
My favorite part had to be the sand ceremony. Totally. Awesome. Idea.
Kyle is an avid outdoorsman and also on a local Search and Rescue team so he brought the rings on a carabiner, amazing.
It was a great day and I wish you two all the best!
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If you’ve been following this blog for a while you know I’ve been making an effort minimalize my possessions. While sorting through some things I stumbled across my first published photo in “The Creek” newspaper circa 2007 (…can you even say circa 5 years ago?).
It’s the shot of Downtown Vancouver with the “#1” on it. To my knowledge “The Creek” is no longer in circulation but a big thanks to them for my first big break!
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Another post in an effort to digitize all of the work I did in the Langara Professional Photo-Imaging Program. You can see all the previous posts here. In the second semester of the program Photo 1228 focused on Studio Techniques. The assignments in this course were:
- Lab Supervisor
- CP Operator
- Illustration Assignments
- Greyscale Table Top
- Black on Black, White on White
- Illustrative Lighting Technique
- History of Photography
- Exploded View
- Display Prints
- Portrait Assignments
- Basic Lighting Patterns
- Business Portrait / Actors Headshot
- Low Key Male
- High Key Female
- Editorial Portrait (on location flash)
- Person and Pet OR Parent and Child
Through this course I learned how to:
- Maintain Photo Development Chemicals in a Photo Lab Environment
- Consistently process high quality 35mm, 120, and 4×5 negatives
- Create useful Photographs to meet specific client needs
- Produce quality, commercial, illustrative photographs in studio and on location
- Execute basic portrait sittings in the studio
- Use a variety of electronic flash equipment
- Use a medium format camera system with a high degree of competence
- Expertly print all types of Black and White negatives up to a print size of 16″x20″
By far my favorite assignments were the Macro and Night shot assignments. I really liked being able to show people a perspective/exposure they don’t usually get to experience with their eyes alone.