For a Toronto wedding photographer, the creative photo shoot is the most favourite part of the day. For this Black Creek Pioneer Village wedding, I managed to photograph quite a few shots a short period of time. Fortunately, this beautiful wedding photography location is the perfect ingredient for spectacular imagery.
The album spread is a series of four shots taken in different places at the Pioneer Village complex. After the wedding ceremony, the guests headed to the venue or roamed around the complex while we went for the creative photo session. The first of the wedding photos depicts the bride and groom by Roblin's Mill. This heritage building was erected by Owen Roblin in the town of Ameliasburg in Prince Edward County. As a side note, Roblin's Mill was restored to its original functionality and form. Today it is the only stone mill in Toronto still working.
The next image in the series depicts the bride and groom holding hands. I took it a few feet from the first shot by simply changing my angle of view, which resulted in a different photo. The village offers picturesque backdrops in all directions, which makes it easy to take the best wedding photography images possible in a short time. After all, you don't spend your wedding day running from one location to another, then to wedding Chapel and the banquet hall for the reception. Should you have a wedding in the pioneer village, after the ceremony you can spend your big day mingling with the guests and enjoying time together with your better half. Maybe even hiding in the beautiful gardens.
For the last image, I changed my vantage point to give the photograph a different look and feel. Here, I laid on the back to photograph the bride and groom against the blue sky. This stunning photo commanded a "wow" reaction from the groom. They were so impressed with this wedding shot that I decided to include this in every photo session.
The last picture in the sequence has a fashion feel to it and it is inspired from a Vogue magazine article.