Candy Store + Record Store With Jamie

I’ve shot with Jamie at a laundromat before Christmas. This time, we decided to try shooting at a candy store and a record store to again, stay indoors and keep warm. Shooting indoors definitely puts me out of my element and makes it a challenge. Jamie is so great to work with, so shooting with her definitely helped me out!

We initially met up in Kensington at around 10:30 a.m. to shoot at the candy store on 10th. However, that store didn’t open until 11:00 a.m. so we sat down at Starbucks around the corner for a hot drink while we waited. Once the candy store opened up, we jumped in and kindly got permission to shoot photos while we shopped for candy! I don’t know who would leave a candy store empty handed, but that’s just me. After we finished shooting there, we filled up some take out containers of candy before heading to Recordland, which was our next location to shoot.

This was the first time either of us had visited Recordland. If you haven’t been there, definitely check it out. They’ve literally got it all! Not only that but the store is much bigger than you would expect. It was a great time to be able to shoot photos while we looked through all the kinds of records and music they had available. From remembering the ‘oldies’ we used to listen to growing up, to the new music we hear now everyday.

From the shoot, here is what I came up with! Maybe next time we will shoot some portraits in the mountains ;)

Photos taken January 7, 2017


Grotto Canyon.

Hope everyone had a safe and happy new year!

I took a little trip with my girlfriend and my sister (who is visiting from Montreal for the holidays). We went out to Canmore for an easy hike through Grotto Canyon. The hike isn’t so much of an incline, but the icy trail leads to some frozen waterfalls and a cave further along. The waterfalls are incredible and are well worth the short trek. After spending some time slipping and sliding around on the ice, we continued our way towards the cave. At first glance, the hill to get up to it doesn’t look so bad. However, once halfway up, we immediately realized how steep it really is. The fun part for me was going back down since I was able to just hop and slide most of the way, and again for the return trip down the frozen creek. It was a perfect little hike for the day, before it started dumping snow - which made the highway quite slick on the drive home. 

Again, happy new year! Here’s to more adventures and exploring in 2017!

Photos taken Dec. 31 2016


Theresa.

I hope everyone had a wonderful time over the holidays and was able to spend some quality time with friends and family! I know I did, and I may have eaten a little too much… Who am I kidding, I can never eat too much :P

Before I took off up to Red Deer (my hometown) for the Christmas weekend, Theresa and I took a quick drive out to Kananaskis for a little hike and some portraits, of course! Leaving Calgary, the roads were dry and the sky was clear. However, once we arrived at Upper Kananaskis Lake, the snow began to lightly fall, and the fog slowly rolled in - which made for a perfectly moody setting. The large amount of snow later on came in at the perfect time to bring us a very enjoyable White Christmas.

As always, enjoy the photos!

Photos taken Dec. 23 2016

We also could help but spend a bit of time taking in some of the scenery itself.


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