To ensure that you get the best possible set of images (providing the highest resolution), we take our Professional Canon Full Frame cameras and we inspect them before every shoot, as well as clean the lenses. Once at the shoot, we will photograph you in a variety of natural creative shots with different vantage points, such as closeup, waist-up, landscape, dutch-tilt and over the head.
And of course, we do that process throughout the whole wedding so you'll always have the best of images. Taking our telescopic lenses, we'll focus in on the action in a non intrusive way and get those memorable shots from different vantage points.
After the wedding, we'll have around 15 to 45 minutes together (depending on your schedule) to photograph the formals. The formals are the family pictures and creative couple portraits that you can enlarge to poster size and hang on your wall if you so desire.
Our standards are high and we greatly pay attention to details. We pride ourselves in being professionals and so we'll set the camera on the tripod to provide better clarity, stability and perfection of the images. Our assistants are ready to pick up any clutter that may appear in lens view, straighten the tie, fluff the dress, and setup the lights and triggering system just right, for that perfect mood; all to make sure the bride and the groom always stand out.
In every step of the way, we know that your time and comfort is valuable and so we'll photograph the officiant, grandparents, children and parents first, followed by the other family members and friends; and after which, the bridal party and couple portraits.
As well as those moments you will hold forever at the reception where we setup four strobes with umbrellas so that you can get the best possible lighting. And so as not to stand on furniture and keep up with our professionalism, we also bring a step tool to take photographs from a different unique perspective, specifically during the important events such as at the first dance, the bouquet/garter tosses and cake cutting ceremony.