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Journalistic wedding photos from The Vue wedding :: Sneak Peek

November 19, 2015 ,
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This wedding could not have taken place without the help of the many vendors involved.  Thank you to all who made this day incredible and a pleasure to photograph.

David Proc – Second Shooter

Reception – The Vue Event Venue

Videography – Kenzerama Productions

Flowers – Sandra The Toronto Florist

Dress – Mori Lee, Angie’s Bridal

Cake Designer – Cupid’s Cupcakes

Hair/Makeup – Tonyc Salon

Limo – Erin Mills Limousine Service

Favours – Sweet Bee Honey


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This photo has the Mississauga skyline in the background and the gorgeous late afternoon sun which is an extremely important factor.

Mississauga’s The Vue Event Centre hosted this spectacular wedding.  This couple was incredibly sweet and it shows in every image.  Rachael stressed about the location for bridal, wedding party, and family photos until the very last minute when she opted to forgo the many options around with permit requirements for area surrounding her very own condo.  Choosing locations for photography can be very daunting for couples because they want picture perfect locations.  Unfortunately, that will either come at a cost or you are fighting for space with other bridal parties on your wedding day.  What most couples don’t understand and that’s why they hire professional photographers….so that we can create stunning images wherever you go.  It’s all about the light and NOT the location.  Now, stunning locations definitely help but these photos prove that location does not matter LIGHT DOES.  This little parkette was directly across the street from their new condo and a last resort option, but it was stunning.


Beautiful window light portraits are a must


I try to photograph my bride with window light in a couple different ways if time allows.


Photographing the groom by window light while he gets ready

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Bridal preparations while her sister helps her with her gown and her puppy looks on.


Creative photography of the engagement ring shot in a couple of minutes during bridal preparations


I try and capture the hand hold at every wedding if possible

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Different angles and different views are important and if I can get upstairs anywhere I will.


This was a family church so I made sure to capture some of the stain glass detail while still including the bride and groom


Another example of a fun bridal shot taken on the path through the parkette.


The light plays a key part in photography and not the backgrounds or locations as you can see here……..we could be anywhere.


Another capture with the gorgeous light highlighting the Mississauga Skyline.


This is their condo courtyard which is small but fantastic for photos.


Exactly the same location shot multiple ways.


Simple photos in a park using the right lens and settings to isolate the subjects.

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Close up photos of the bride and groom are easily done with a zoom lens.


I have my bride walk away from me while I shoot and then I have her walk back towards me as I continue to take photos


This gorgeous light was right outside their front door so we didn’t have to go far for a great mississauga skyline photos

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The late day sun was in the perfect location for these portraits at sunset.


A close up in the same location

We then headed to The Vue Event Venue for the reception and fun activities organized by the wedding party.  This was a first for me……. each table was called to the dance floor and one person was leading them into a popular dance that was very well known to everyone!  So much fun.


Reactions during wedding speeches are some of my favourite photos and this one with the cake in the background…love.


The guests danced the night away during some choreographed numbers.

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Here they are performing YMCA!

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The bride and grooms first dance was EPIC!  A choreographed number that left everyone cheering as Max lifted, arm dropped, twirled and sashayed across the dance floor with his bride to a fun musical medley.

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