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Monthly Archives: July 2010

Rob and Tomoko | Brant Rod and Gun Club| July 24, 2010

I was pleasantly surprised when I received an email from Rob that he was getting married this year and inquiring about our photo services.  I hadn’t heard from Rob in a long time.  I had the pleasure of meeting Tomoko shortly after that, where I got to hear about their trip to Japan; the one...

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J and Terri | July 17, 2010| Sudbury Wedding

Blog by Sarah.

This was the second wedding in the Parton family I had the pleasure of photographing (Leanne and John’s being the first).  I also had the pleasure of photographing grandma Jack’s 100th birthday!
The Partons are always a fun and wonderful group of people to work with.
J and Terri’s 1930s themed wedding took place...

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Dave and Claire | St. Andrew's church, Port Credit | Piper's Heath Golf Club, Milton | July 17, 2010

Dave and I met in the first semester of grade 9.  He went from being a nice, somewhat quiet, polite boy to being a good listener with a dry sense of humour.   When Dave introduced my husband and I to Claire, we took an immediate liking to her. From the start, we hoped Claire would...

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Stephanie and Mike | Engagement Session | Edward's Gardens

Stephanie and Mike were real troopers as it was 38 degrees celsius the day of this shoot!  It was hard to nail down a time, because Mike is a pilot and often out of town, so we’re glad they went for it on that hot, hot day!
In spite of the heat, they still managed to...

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Image from the "Kids will be kids," contest gallery on the International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers

Recently, I was looking at the contest galleries on the ISPWP website and I noticed that my associate, Janette Rojas placed  in the Kids Will Be Kids category! Neither of us knew until we were trying to get inspired for the next contest! The ISPWP has very stringent guidelines as to who can be accepted...

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