Unionville was one of the very first locations I went to shoot when I first started photography. I still remember how excited I was with the photos I took then.
Well, my love for photography has grown even bigger since and I would like to believe my skills have grown along with my passion too (thanks to Vea, who has always been a very willing model in my photos!).
It wasn’t that long ago when I wrote a post about our outing with Shell and Moojun. Now they are a happily married couple. Vea, being Shell’s best friend, was the maid of honour. This also meant that, I, as Vea’s boyfriend, got to see how much effort was put into the planning of this wedding by Shell and I wouldn’t be exaggerating if I said I had never seen a wedding planned with such meticulous detail. In the end though, it all seemed to be worth it, I saw a LOT of people having so much fun!
It was a beautiful day for an outdoor pre-wedding shoot and Thomas and Jenny certainly seemed to enjoy themselves doing it. It was definitely a lot of fun shooting for this couple and I can’t wait to document their big day in a week’s time! 😀
After the outing at the beach with Ian and Kelvin, we decided to have dinner at The Old Spaghetti Factory.
After all the activities at the beach, everybody was hungry… so I am not sure if the food was actually good or if it just tasted really good 😛
Soon after the dinner, Ian and Kelvin passed out. Not surprising… considering the amount of activity at the beach + the jetlag 😉
On the east side of Toronto, there is R.C. Harris Water Filtration Plant. It’s a good location for a photo shoot but when we went this time, the area was heavily under renovation. Nevertheless, we had a great time 😉
Next to the filtration plant, there is a very nice beach. Here you will find a lot of the locals out and about strolling with their dogs. Although Ian and Kelvin were quite timid in front of the dogs but they definitely weren’t very shy in front of the camera 😉
The weather was really nice and the light wasn’t too harsh as it was getting late in the afternoon… it was approaching the ‘golden hour’ for portraits 😉
The above selection of shots (especially the top left shot) is Vea’s favourite photo of the day. Ian was holding Kelvin’s socks, and he definitely showed that he wasn’t enjoying it 😛
It’s amazing how Ian and Kelvin entertain themselves by finding something of interest from the most ordinary objects… like…. stones 😛
Well… ordinary or not, it think it’s safe to assume that they are enjoying themselves! 😉
Nikon D800 + AF-S 24-70 f2.8 + SB 700 + (43″ Shoot through umbrella with SB600s)
As I have mentioned in my earlier post, Ian and Kelvin are here from Korea. As you will see in the photos below, they are adorable! 😀
Although focusing on ‘fast moving target’ wasn’t easy 😉 … especially when I was trying to use shallow depth of field, I love how cute they look in the images captured! 😀
People generally tend to shy away in front of the camera but since both Vea and I have been taking photos of Ian and Kelvin for last few days, they have become pretty at ease now in front of the camera. 🙂
Looking at Ian and Kelvin, I wonder…. what my kids are going to be like in the future 🙂 I guess I will take a lot of photos then too? 😉