It’s really terrible that the time in-between these blog posts keeps getting longer and longer. As someone thats just coming out of a crazy few months I hate to admit that my blog has been a little neglected. This months 15on15 seemed like a good time to recalibrate and focus on something I love to shoot; shadows. I love bright and airy as much as the next girl but there is a secret dark side that pulls me into the moody and rich tones of a great black and white. I have always wanted to shoot an entire wedding in B&W and really take that challenge of creating amazing compositions and utilizing the light and shadow to create the look.
This is a random assortment of things I am currently working on, things that keep me working and Chris and I working together. I hope you enjoy this month’s 15on15.
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There are a handful of photographers participating – if you loved my blog post and wanted to see another #15on15 / #ADayInTheLi
We will be doing this every month on the 15th so stay tuned for the next one on January 15th and for an even BIGGER train of participants. If you are a Canadian photographer and would love to participate, let us know! 🙂
Community is a beautiful thing, we want to shine a light on all of the incredible photographers here in Canada. We are all unique, we have different stories, practices, visual eyes, post processing techniques and that is a beautiful thing. We are better together. We can love each others work, style, and business successes, we can be supportive, loving, and confident as a community, as artists. #CommunityOverCompeti