Whatever it takes
As a wedding photographer in Toronto you want the best shots and sometimes that means taking risks. Getting that best shot doesn't just mean having the right equipment and knowing how to utilize it to it's technological capacity, but may also mean getting uncomfortable.
To fast-paced shoots like wedding, I sometimes wear knee pads because I want to be able to get on the ground as fast as I can to get a different angle. I'll look for places to climb so I can get high angle shots. If not, I'll use ultra wide angle lenses to get a 7-foot perspective.
I took this self-portrait when I happen to be driving with by a blue motel and I realized I was also wearing blue.
Getting the perfect shot sometimes means taking a lot of shots. I took about 100 pictures here and I had 3-5 that I really liked, from there, I narrowed it down even more.
We live in the digital age now and it doesn't cost anymore to take more pictures, so why not?
Getting that perfect shot.
Whatever it takes.
Until next time :)
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