This is my first time photographing at Edgewater Manor and I was seriously praying for a sunny day. This venue has been on my bucket list for a while and the outdoor waterfront ceremony they coordinate is gorgeous. Inside features include opulent decor and naturally lit rooms. Outside you have the breathtaking view of Lake Ontario and an isolated beach of your very own.
Such a well-planned wedding. Even with all the events and outfit changes, we never seemed to fall behind on time. Normally when I work with a new video team, there’s always a little delay as we both try to capture the key moments as best as we can. However since they had three people on their team, they were able to keep up quite well. And I do always appreciate couples who take our professional advice when it comes to tweaking the day’s itinerary in order to get better photos. In this case, we were able to include a sunset bouquet toss off the outdoor balcony. We even squeezed in a late-night portrait session once the outside lights turned on and showcased the venue’s unique architecture.
Use Pinterest to your advantage. It’s a great inspiration source when selecting ides and figuring out your style preference with photos. Copying another photographer’s editing style isn’t proper etiquette. However, if there is a pose or concept you’d like to try, let me know. If you are self-conscious about your nose and avoid profile shots, tell us. I may not be able to produce every photo on your hit list identical to the original photographer. However, I will keep a copy of them on my phone and use it as a guide throughout your wedding day. Sometimes the venue or event arrangement just doesn’t allow for a particular photo to be possible. If that’s the case, I do let you know on the wedding day. However in most cases, I do make an attempt.