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We put together this quick video from a recent engagement session that Marek and I photographed at the Centre Island in Toronto. Cristina and Primoz were a blast to work with and had a fantastic idea for the photo shoot. They rented the canoe and a pontoon boat and off we went. It was a bit chilly and Cristina didn’t let the cold weather bug her one bit. I also decided to take a splash in the water… hey why not… whatever it takes to get that Great Shot.
You can see more behind the scenes shots from this shoot on our Facebook Page
I had a wild time photographing Anna and Andrew’s engagement session this summer. They both live in Collingwood and wanted to take the pictures up there. I absolutely love Collingwood, the 1.5 hour drive up from Toronto is a relaxing one and think that there are a lot of great places to shoot at. Since Andrew also works in town he had a special place in mind for the photo shoot, the forbidden Castle Glen. What none of us knew was how crazy the photo session would become.
I can’t believe how fast time flies by. It’s been just over a year ago that I had an opportunity to do an awesome exclusive photo shoot with a Bugatti Veyron GS. The images were featured on the sympatico.ca website as well as sharpformen.com (online and in print).
This was a challenging photos shoot since it was done on a cold late October night and we only had 4 hours with the car (7pm – 11pm). We chose the semi-underground parking lot of The Westin Prince Hotel in Toronto.
Because of the car’s hefty price tag, a whopping $2.3 million, we had to be very selective of where the car was going to be placed to get the most amount of unique shots without having to move it unnecessarily. Here are some of the shots we produced that night: