It already seems like it has been winter FOREVER! It first snowed 41 days ago… lol, yes I am counting. Mostly counting down the days till I escape to Mexico, and back into the sunshine we all crave so much.
This year I had so many Cowboy’s bring their families for sunset sessions. It was an honour to capture their memories. Being a big city girl myself (only lived in Edmonton and Calgary before Lloydminster), I love to hear about farm life and how their young children live so wild + free! It is secretly what I wished for my children (even though I am allergic to all animals and nature LOL).
It has only been winter for 2 weeks and I am already done with it! Who else misses the stunning sunsets, warm air and late nights?
These were definitely the 3 sweetest girls ever! I can’t get enough of these darling images.
If you live on a beautiful spot of land, we can definitely arrange a golden hour session there. When you enquire to book for next year, mention your location and that you’d like a travel shoot.
What a great fall season we had! I don’t remember a time we had such a beautiful October. Enjoying 2 months of colourful leaves and clear, sunny skies was such a gift. I treasured and relished the perfect temperatures, as I now brace for on-coming winter.
I’ve been anxiously anticipating the arrival of spring and the return of warmth and sun! So much so, that I sat down and scheduled all my session dates for fall. Golden Hour sessions begin on August 30th and go until September 17th. This is the only time, during the entire year, that these sessions occur.
There is no time as magical, as sunset golden hour! Golden Hour occurs about 1 hour before the sun is set, when the sky is filled with beautiful golden colours and hues. This time of day is ideal for photography as the sun is low in the sky, giving the perfect directional light. These sessions […]
The absolute BEST time of year for photos is in the late summer and early fall. The daylight is getting shorter and the sun starts to set early enough for your little ones to still be awake for photos. The beautiful tones of sunset and the directional light all work perfectly for those warm, candid captures.