Wedding Shoot at a beautiful Cathedral
Just another day as a wedding photographer in Toronto and this time getting to shoot at a beautiful church.
I always enjoy great architecture. One of the benefits of shooting weddings is that you get to see so many happy moments in beautiful places.
Grateful for this experience. Was a lot of ground to cover, but getting that shot was worth it.
Got to test out my Sigma 120-300 2.8 and ended up with some really beautiful shots even from at the back of the enormous Cathedral. Some photographers will say that gear doesn't matter, but I say it's a balance. Yes creativity matters, but you can't do with a kit lens what you can do with a 70-200mm 2.8 VR II.
That's why I try and stay updated with the latest equipment out there. You can't buy creativity, but quality, you can definitely invest in. Maybe you don't need it when you first start out, but to get the best for your clients, it'll be worth it get pro level gear.
Until next time, happy shooting!
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