Posts Tagged ‘sudbury studio photography’

Make Yourself At Home

Tuesday, August 7th, 2012

This little guy was so comfortable in the studio he almost fell asleep on the studio floor after he laid down.


PhotoShoot For Sixty Six

Monday, November 8th, 2010

Last week we photographed another seasonal session for Store Sixty Six located at 66 Cedar St. Downtown Sudbury.  This theme was a “winter” theme and although we did not have any snow we managed to make it snow in the studio.  Here is one rendition I thought up for them to get an idea on creating artificial snowflakes for the final output.  Some version of this image will appear outside and above  their studio store front.


Thank you for all your Sudbury Support!

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

We also appreciate your emails and phone calls with your feedback on your photography session and finished products.  Photographing everyday we tend to get into “robot” mode and these phone calls and emails really snap us back into “creative” mode and put smiles on our faces.  Thank you SO MUCH!

“Hi Jocelyne and James,

Dad definitely loved his father’s day gift this year.  Not only was it a gift for him, it was for me as well. To have those two perfect faces captured in a moment in time, so beautifully.  Well I just can’t thank you enough. You have an amazing gift, thank you for sharing it. Some of the comments I’ve received on the photo’s have been “wow”, “stunning”, “absolutely gorgeous” which I of course think sums them up perfectly!  The photo of Emma alone takes my breath away, you captured something I can’t quite explain. It’s like I’m seeing a picture of her 10 years from now. The photo of Emma and Gracie together with Gracie laughing, has pure joy jumping right out of the frame.

Thank you again, and I look forward to seeing what you capture for our family portraits.

Have a fantastic day.”
Ruth Caridade

Sudbury Photographer


Sudbury Fire Fighter With Fire

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Yesterday we had another shoot for the firefighters calendar.  This sessions was hot, really hot and was a bit tricky as we literally only had seconds to create the image.

sudbury firefighter
Check out the video, there was no superimposing done here.


A Sudbury Wedding – Tracy & Jeff

Saturday, June 5th, 2010

We just finished documenting Tracy & Jeff’s amazing wedding which took place at the Timber Wolfe Golf Course.  We opted to do all the formal images before the ceremony which gave us loads of time to travel all around Sudbury and area.  Jocelyne and I are always talking about the connections we make with our wedding clients.  After photographing their engagement session and family sessions we know so much about them that we consider them friends.  When the wedding day arrives we are all smiles, hugs and hand shakes eager to be a part of this amazing day.   We had such a BLAST with everyone today and we personally want to thank you all for making this wedding day a photographic dream.    The guys were great, the women were stunning, the groom was all smiles and the bride was eye candy in front of my camera.   You really couldn’t have orchestrated a better wedding day than what just took place today.  YOU GUYS ROCK!  Have a great time in St. Lucia.

Sudbury Wedding Photography



Wednesday, April 21st, 2010

Last day of our  today and I am getting ready to present to the group.  The past 2 days have been amazing  with awesome speakers Like Danny Rabalais, Mike Long, Shannon Folton, Will Crocket, Nick Coury, Scott Crosby & William Foster.  Sometimes it get’s a little overwhelming when members come up to me telling me how much we have impacted their lives.  Sometimes I just don’t know how to respond, it seems like a smile and “your welcome” just doesn’t cut it.  It is also amazing to see the friendships that members have created with one another in our NoBs Community.  We all say “Friends for life” or something along those lines but again that really doesn’t cut it either.  I came up with my own version of this, and although it’s a little morbid (well that’s me) it does convey the meaning of “A friend for life”.  I look at these friends we have all made over the past years and I say to myself “Someday in the far far future, I will either be at your funeral, or you will be at mine.”  That is what a “Friend for life” means.  You know that they will be in your lives for a very long time.  Getting together for these workshops enrich our lives with not just photography but inspiration and thoughts of success.  I have rambled on enough here, I just want to publicly on my blog thank each and every member of NoBs.  YOU MAKE ME PROUD!

Here we are getting ready for our group shot.


The water was a little cold.




Sudbury Photographer | Emails that make me smile.

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

“Dear James & Jocelyne

No one person can walk into our home without unknowingly gravitate towards our portrait.  It’s not just the image, the layout or the details.  You can feel the emotions and the mood that me and Josee were feeling at that exact moment. I love the reactions when someone looks at it for the first time.  I guess when people are used to mediocre pictures from department store photographers; it’s effortless to be in awe at true quality.  As for me, it’s my only life.  Moments come and go fast these days.  I will always invest those few extra dollars to capture history the way it was meant to be seen.  Anyone who is of a different opinion simply has to walk into our home to experience the magic.

You truly are a master of your art.”

Alain Leclair

Sudbury Destination Wedding Photographer
We photographed Al & Josee on the beach while we were photographing a wedding in Cuba and they just picked up their 20×30 wall portraits consisting of this image and others from this session, and also 20×30’s of images from this session.  These 20×30 Canvas Gallery Wraps look AMAZING!

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