Winter Engagements in Sarnia Lambton

The Hardest aspect of a winter engagement session is the planning. It’s all about the ice, cute layers and coniferous trees. Sarnia, and almost all of Lambton isn’t known for rolling hills and amazing landscapes. We do luck out with the ideal spots, a few bits of waterfalls, the above being a super secret one, being in the snow belt. It can be a summer day in Sarnia, but Hoth out in Arkona and Grand Bend. One of the Biggest hurdles we deal with are the trees. We’re never a fan of dormant trees. Their tops always creeping into the …

The Importance of Newborn Photography

Photography is a luxury. Newborn photography, in particular, can be an occurrence that many people deem an unnecessary expense. After all, we all have cell phones, right? But who’s to say that after birthing a child you’ll feel up to taking a bunch of cell phone photos? Maybe you’ll be so preoccupied with first time motherhood, or older children running around that you simply forget to capture those details. How about photos of YOU with your baby? Cell phones are a wonderful tool for the every day snaps, but once you see your child’s face, in the crisp and perfect …

Our wedding photography style, pt. 1

What we won’t do! We understand natural light, flash photography, and our camera’s strengths and limitations. We alway want to achieve great shots, #SooC, Straight out of camera. When we capture that magical moment, and take a moment to show you a preview on the back of the camera, we …

Steal this unique Sarnia-Lambton engagement photo location.

The magical light and scene, down Outer Rd. in Port Franks, Ontario, Canada, has to be Sarnia Lambton’s best kept secret. It’s the perfect spot for unique engagement photos in Lambton County. Only a half hour drive up the blue coast, the Sierra Nevada ecosystem of Port Franks is the …

Better Posing for Bridal Party Portraits

I could’ve had them in a line, in the field, but the full bridal party shot does not have to be boring. This groom was more than willing to drive his tractor anywhere, if it meant a more interesting photo. – Ryan With an image like this, always start with …

Behind the shot #1

As the sun was cresting past the horizon during the fleeting sunset for this shot.  There is only 20-25 secs of this warm red sunlight this time of year. We could have just posed them like this, but the scrunch of the nose and eyes wouldn’t be there, and she …

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