There’s a lot of interest in these events and we’re talking inquiries. Some are asking about the actual photography. Of course, the weather plays a big part in how the photos look at this location, but rain or shine, we get them done.[Read more…] about Samples from October 2019 Sudbury Pop up wedding day event
Rain can be a real damper. Worse yet, when you have a large crowd of close friends and family, all outdoors, nothing but umbrellas, hopefully, and if it starts raining, that dampening effect made way worse by the mere fact that so many are in attendance. Ugh….what a mess!
Not so much with a smaller, more manageable crowd at a pop up wedding.[Read more…] about What to do when it rains on your backyard pop up wedding…
As mentioned, even on a pop up wedding, there are many opportunities for relaxed, candid and photojournalistic photos.
This style of photography is very popular and the images are many of the favorites with brides and grooms…some more samples….
No matter the size of the event, I always like to capture the heart and soul. There’s a story to tell, and one of the best ways to do this is by using a photo journalistic style and black and white photography.
I have learned over the years and by applying myself with decades of of wedding photography experience to “anticipate” and be ready when the shot will reveal itself.
Couples love this style of photography of course. And when blended with the more artistic, classic photography, it adds so much more to the overall collections of memories.[Read more…] about Candid black and white photography at the pop up wedding…
I’ve been photographing engagement sessions for a long time. My main photography studio has a long history of wedding and engagement sessions.
Whenever I am asked the main question: When should we have our engagement session done? I always suggest that sooner if better than later.[Read more…] about Engagement session anyone…?
I’ll do just about anything to “get the shot”. This includes ruining my clothes and climbing onto roofs.[Read more…] about Getting the shot…whatever it takes?
Yesterday we visited St Andrew’s United Church in Coniston Ont.
Many couples run their own sound system and playlist for their wedding reception. I don’t think this is a good idea if you’re hosting a large venue, 100+ guests affair.[Read more…] about Renting your own sound system for your pop up wedding
One thing about pop up weddings and smaller home based weddings is the fact that you don’t really need a PA system. You could call this a low tech solution. Everyone can hear you fine, because the crowd is smaller.
And everyone is crowded into the living room. But it doesn’t matter. Everyone is happy, excited and feeling the love.[Read more…] about Exchanging your wedding vows at home wedding
Of course the weather needs to play a role here. Any pop up wedding can have the exact same elements as a larger event with hundreds of guests. But with way less expense and hassle.
I’ve said it before, worth mentioning again, pop up weddings are getting more and more popular for these reasons. Less hassle, less expense, and far more fun and intimate. Here’s a short clip from Ashley and Mikes backyard wedding.