The space required for a corporate portrait is much less than you would think.
Being a photographer inside one of Montreal’s storied, historic private clubs is a real privilege and thrill. The wood panelled walls, leaded stained-glass windows and commodious rooms full of a mix of modern art and historical paintings offer inspiring backdrops for photos.
Having a photobooth onsite at your next company event can help with morale and team-building. And no matter what your corporate culture, real belly-laughing fun with your colleagues is going to have a positive spillover effect on how you work together when you return to your office spaces and resume functioning as a sane person. (Even if you show up at the board meeting with an errant pink tuft of feather boa stuck on your collar.)
When something happens, like rain on your wedding day, that is completely out of your control, and likely to make you feel upset, you can be sure there are many comforting sayings to remind you that it is actually good luck for rain to fall the day of your wedding.
The engagement shoot is becoming an essential part of the wedding photographer’s offering, and I think for good reason. On a recent shoot this past weekend, it also occurred to me it can be a fun and rewarding way for a couple to “relive” their romance and share their unique love story in pictures.
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