Jeff and Natasha are one of the sweetest couples you will ever meet. We got together in Kensington Market today and had some fun shooting their engagement. Here’s a peek.
What a ridiculously good looking couple!
Sherien is a repeat client that you may recognize from the film Colour Me. Some exciting news about the film, the Bell TIFF Lighbox has picked it up and will promote it as a part of Black History Month!
Sheldon and Sherien were really fun to hang out with and shoot for the afternoon, here is a series from our time together.
On Friday night, my friend and I set out, as we often do, to do some downtown shooting. As I set out to meet him, I was reminded of a video I watched a while back of Clay Enos shooting portraits in the street. This gave birth to the idea to set up a studio in the street.
We set up an umbrella with my flash and wireless trigger and a reflector against a wall on the corner of Queen and Peter streets at around 11pm and started stopping people for portraits.
Update – I took a more incognito approach here
First things First was a couple of test shots on Paul, which grabbed enough attention to start stopping people for their free portraits.
This concept generated a lot of discussion about model release forms and whether or not I need one for this kind of shooting. There is absolutely no plan to profit from any of these images, they will never be used commercially, so I see no need for a model release form. The purpose of this shoot was to get some on location lighting practice while also giving people a free portrait that they can use for their social media profile pics and such. And for me to do something that terrifies me, making myself completely vulnerable to strangers. That said, if you see yourself in this post and would like the image removed, please let me know and I will take it down. (and email you a copy)
BTW, not everyone who’s image I took is pon the blog. If you had an image taken by me, please email me for your copy!
I am both excited and honoured to have a different sort of wedding request from Chris and Bonnie. Instead of being asked to photograph their wedding, I’ve been invited to stand alongside Chris as he and Bonnie enter into this exciting new chapter of life. Since I won’t be shooting their wedding, I offered an engagement shoot. We went out to Centre Island this past weekend to get a few images, this image was the last one of the evening. More to come.