Posts Tagged ‘sudbury photogrpahy’

A Cutie Pitutti

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012

How do these kids get so cute?

We only have a few more dates left available for Family Fall Portraits.


Evening Family Portrait

Thursday, June 21st, 2012

We had a great Family Portrait Session last night with the Huot family on their property in the French River Area.  We waited for the sun to go down behind the house and then I dawned my trusted hip-waders to get out into the water to capture this portrait.

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Rockburst Exploding In Sudbury

Thursday, October 13th, 2011

A couple of weeks ago we photographed the  local band “Rockburst” in our downtown core. They needed a group image that they could use for promoting and marketing around town.  We came up with this quick concept based on one of our family portraits we did a few years ago.  I quickly threw this together (rough draft) using their logo’s concept for the image.  I’ll keep you posted on the final edition.


I’m a real estate agent now!

Thursday, June 16th, 2011

Really, how hard can it be?  You show people houses, you tell the other agents how much your clients want….. It’s easy right?    It’s like being a professional photographer, you just need a camera, print out some business cards and voila, away you go. LOL, I’m just kidding, IT TAKES LOADS OF WORK TO BE A PROFESSIONAL, but I do enjoy photographing the interiors for our local real estate agents listings.  Talking to Andrew Delben of Remax he was telling me that he appreciates good photos of the interiors as that usually gives the buyers their first impression.  I was the same way when we were looking for our house, our agent wanted us to look at it, but after looking at the photos we said no.  Luckily she was persistent and we viewed the house, and the photos did NOT do it justice at all.  Here are a few images from a recent Real Estate Listing Shoot, if you want the listing, check out Andrew’s site

The trick is to add depth, and show as much of the room as possible.

The Snapshot

Bathrooms are very important

Most shots are too tight to show anything.

Recrooms are sometimes dark

It’s hard to get good quality lighting using the in camera flash.

Curb appeal is always good

But how can you get the best of the exterior when you only use the sun and your built in flash?


Say It! Say The Habs Rule!!

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Joce and I just finished the engagement session of Vicky & Larry this evening and  like usual we try to incorporate a little hodgy humor in some.  It turns out that Larry here is a huge Blue Jays Fan, Oh wait. I mean Maple Leafs fan (everyone knows how much I know about hockey eh?) and his soon to be wife is a huge Habs fan.  Vicky has been a fan since she was 2 and half years old, so I think it’s safe to say she’s a big fan (She even has Montreal Canadian seat covers in her car).   We thought we would do an image depicting the love between the two NHL fans showing who usually get’s the best of one another.  Vicky, Larry, thanks again for a great time, we look forward to playing some street hockey on your wedding day. 🙂

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