Tag : winter

No Snow, No Problem! Lichen and Conifers look great in December!

Anyone living in Central Ontario this December has been treated to some of the mildest temperatures on record.  In fact, my brother, who lives in California had snow this December while we enjoyed warm days at the beach (no swimming unfortunately). Shooting family portraits in the shoulder season means finding a location that looks good no matter what the ground conditions are.  Fortunately, in Wasaga Beach, the forested part of the provincial park provides ample opportunity for great photos.  For […]

couple snow tubes on bruce trail

Collingwood Engagement Photography on the Bruce Trail and Blue Mountain

Collingwood Engagement Photography on the Bruce Trail and Blue Mountain Kristina and Parrish decided to have their engagement photos taken at the top of Georgian Peaks.  If you’re a local in the Collingwood and Thornbury areas, you know how much snow we’ve received this winter.  When we discovered our access point to the top of the Peaks had disappeared under mountainous snowdrifts, we decided to shoot at a more sheltered location on the Bruce Trail, the Loree Forest Loop (one […]

Orillia Engagement Photographer Waist Deep in Snow

Orillia Engagement Photographer Waist Deep in Snow This past week was a fun-filled photography extravaganza complete with a Horseshoe Resort Wedding Photography Session, studio photography assignments for VIVA magazine, and a deep-snow engagement photography adventure at Orillia’s Grant’s Woods Conservation Centre  and Homewood Park. In this post, I wanted to draw attention to the addition of a new gallery in the engagement portfolio section of my website from my Orillia engagement photography session. This shoot was an adventure as only […]

Winter Engagement Photography

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text animation_loading=”no” animation_loading_effects=”fade_in”] Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean it’s not a great time to have photos taken.  Some of my favourite wedding and engagement sessions have taken place in the winter.  If the conditions are right, the landscape can look more beautiful and unusual than it does at any other time of the year.  You can also have a lot of fun throwing snowballs at each other, or shaking snow from branches onto your partner’s head, like […]