Boy, I’m super far behind on posting engagement and portrait sessions, so I’m gonna go back to the winter here for Kaitlyn & Ryan’s snowy engagement session at Emily Murphy Park back in November. It was a perfect wintery day, not too chilly with some bright sunlight. These two were great at snuggling to keep warm! The winter engagement session was a great contrast to their warm, summery destination wedding that was in Cancun, Mexico this past April. Here’s a few of my favourite photos from their snow engagement session here in Edmonton.
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Well, it finally looks like this long, long winter is finally on the way out… and what better way to celebrate than to have a spring photo session with you, your family, who ever!
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Shortly after Christmas I met up with Amanda and Billy at City Hall and Churchill Square for a photo shoot. I loved their style for the indoor shots and I think they are super cute together, especially all bundled up for the chilly outdoors. These are a few of my favourites from the day! Enjoy!
So yesterday, we (that being Amy and myself) ventured off to photograph some really cute kids. We got lost (well, actually, I got lost – damn Wal-mart for getting in the way and getting me all confused with the streets) and I overshot our destination by a few kilometres, but we still managed to make it on time without having to do a whole lot of off-roading.
We were photographing a co-worker’s son and her niece, along with the little girl’s parents, and I did manage to sneak a few shots of Sukjit by herself (my gosh, she is just gorgeous).
The final stop was another field with cool trees on our journey to find an old junkyard. We weren’t successful in finding the junkyard, but the new clearing served us well. We got a tonne of pictures that day.