Journalistic style photography with your dog in High Park is a great idea. This captures who you really are and these are the images you want in your home and the moments you will want to remember.
Unposed engagement photography in High Park with your man and your dog what could be better?
You don’t get to choose the weather you want and on most days it’s good, but today we had a looming high rainfall all day. With hair and makeup scheduled it’s pretty hard to cancel because the weather isn’t cooperating. It rained a bit on my way into the city but stopped just long enough for us to get these images.
You want to bring your dog along with you to your engagement session? absolutely nows the time to get those fantastic pet photos too and they’re part of the family.
I like contrasty light because it gives a session variety, but when you have an overcast dull day you need to get creative in other ways.
A dog named Rocky always helps to add a little fun into an engagement session
This one reminds me of an enchanted forest…. I don’t know why, but those trees in the background are eerie.
Trying to get this pup to sit still is tough job, but we managed for one family portrait.
The amphitheatre in High Park is a stunning spot for photos and the best lead in lines I could ask for.
While teetering on a fence I asked them to look at each other and then face the ground. It took great balance and hanging on tight.
You have to have fun photos with you dog too…..
This beautiful huskie was so rambunctious and fun.
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