This candid photograph was captured during a wedding at Chateau le Parc. The big day was full of wonderful moments between the bride and groom.
Shortly after getting hitched at the beautiful venue, the newlyweds headed to closeby park to take some photos with the bridal party. For their special event one of their friends lent them a classic car. It was a 1960 Chevrolet Biscayne and the couple enjoyed it. Without the wedding photographers prompting it, the bride and groom started kissing passionately on the back seat of the car. It was a splendid moment we captured fully!
Recently I transitioned from a dramatic, contrasty look to a more pastel, dreamy and airy photography. It was one of my brides who asked me to shoot her engagement that way and I embraced this style in all my weddings. The beautiful brides skin tones are splendid and that is one of the best innovations I did in my photography in the last decade.
I used one of the presets from Mastin Labs and I love the speed and accurate pastel colours that mimic the Fuji 400h film.
The beautiful of the film look is only impacted by the everchanging weather in the Greater Toronto Area. Popularized by Jose Villa, this look has a massive following among brides worldwide and one of the ingredients of a groof image is the dreamy light.