Our work has always been something we strived to keep a seamless blend of modern, stylish editorial wedding photography coupled with impactful, storytelling photojournalism – I don’t like to paint a broad stroke on any wedding, nor couple – however, I think it wouldn’t be unfair to call this wedding at the Ancaster Mill with SJ and Luke a triumph.
Gotta shake it up for the dress shots.
This absolutely gorgeous, perfect light. I wish I could bottle it and keep it for later.
These are the wedding photojournalism shots that I’d like to think hold a special place in an album, and heart.
Can’t really take a bad wedding photo of SJ.
Just a few quick shots of the gents – my secondary shooter, the always amazing Nathan, covered the boyz, but I don’t want to post up too many shots not direct from my camera, if possible.
This one is mine, groom at the Ancaster Mill. Classic, dignified, and lookin’ handsome.
SJ and mom.
The gorgeous ladies of the day.
This crop just felt appropriate for the image – bride getting into a limo + cinematic angles = best presented in letterbox.
I don’t even need to caption this, but I am anyways. I look at the shot of Luke, eyes reddening and glassy, and I am teleported back to my own wedding day – as a groom, your mind and heart are racing with emotion, while your body struggles to maintain compsure. These shots make me so happy.
The next two are both Nathan’s. Killer shots as always.
Immediately post ceremony, you can feel the love.
My group for the day. Wedding party formal photos are always a fun take, racing against time to put together something original while remaining classic. We nailed it here, in my opinion.
…not everyone has patience for photographs, of course.
Looks like pulls from a Toronto wedding editorial magazine shoot – but just a real day wedding.
Step back, take in the scene. There are a lot of wedding venues in Toronto, and The Ancaster Mill is one of the best.
Getting away from the cliched locations for a few snaps indoors.
For the life of me, I can’t remember if this bridal photo was shot by Nathan or me. Talk about a sign of being in sync with your second shooter – we both shot our own compositions here, but this one worked best. I wish it was mine, but I think it wasn’t…if you’re looking for wedding photographers in Toronto and I’m booked? Call this guy up, he kills it.
What an entrance!
This dance was about perfect.
Just a candid of a groomsman during a speech. Just felt so connected to this shot.