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Sometimes a couple comes along and they have an amazing idea for their engagement session.  Ella and Tim was one of those couples!

When I met Ella and Tim last year we hit it off right away.  Sitting in our local Second Cup on Yonge Street we spent most of the time discussing music, our love of vinyl and our most memorable concert experiences.  So, when they suggested shooting a record store engagement session at Sonic Boom on Bathurst I immediately thought it was a brilliant idea.

With the wedding just around the corner, I couldn’t be more excited for this amazing couple.

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Epic!  No other word can be used to describe the Slow Motion Video Booth.  Grab some friends, grab some props and jump in front of our cameras.

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  • Michele Gowanlock - October 7, 2013 - 5:36 pm

    This. is. amazing.ReplyCancel

  • Ahmad Elfarram - October 13, 2013 - 11:18 pm

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts ladies!ReplyCancel

As a wedding photographer in Newmarket I’m always amazed at the opportunities that present themselves when I look for them in between the standard moments at every wedding.  I love finding these brief glimpses of beauty that generally go unnoticed by those involved.  This is one of those beautiful and candid moments that was unplanned.  To give you a little back story about this image, this photograph was taken at Taboo Resort and Spa in Muskoka, Ontario during the wedding of  Michelle and Edward.
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We had just finished a series of bridal party photographs on the dock and it was now time for all of us to head back to the reception.  The water that evening was pretty choppy.  As the bridal party began walking up the dock to land, Michelle and Edward trailed behind.  Hand in hand they slowly walked up the dock, taking their time and savouring a brief moment alone.  All the while I sat with legs crossed on a parallel dock, camera in hand watching them through the viewfinder of my 200mm lens.  I waited for the perfect moment. And this is what I got.
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Want to see more Muskoka wedding photography?  Have a peek at more photographs from Michelle and Edwards wedding.
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When it comes to the first look, so much attention is placed on that moment the groom sees his bride for the first time as she walks toward him down the aisle.  Another common example of the first look is the staged first lookor first encounter between the bride and groom prior to their actual ceremony.

The photograph below  was a moment captured during the wedding ceremony of Zoe and Cameron.  I can’t help but smile every time I look at this photograph, which is why I choose to share it.

It was taken at the Briars Resort and Spa in Jackson Point, Ontario.  The ceremony took place on the yard behind the Inn and Manor House that summer afternoon.

While my second shooter was focused on capturing the expression on Cameron’s face (when he saw Zoe for the first time), I awaited the moment Zoe turned down the aisle to see Cameron anxiously waiting for her.

The result was exactly what I had hoped for. The expression on her face is priceless.

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Looking for more information on the Briars Resort and Spa?  We’re proud to call them our dear friends and highly recommend their services for weddings and special events. Contact info for the Briars can be found on Our Friends page which showcases our favorite and best venues and vendors.

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