Sounds like it was a tough decision but this is Caylyn and Claudio’s favorite from their wedding at Nith Ridge Estates in Ayr.
“At the end of our hectic day, it was so nice to take a moment and calm down as the fireworks were lit. It was also special to us to have them at our wedding, since there were fireworks at our first date (over 7 years prior), as well as our proposal (not to mention, the photo itself is stunning seeing the bright fireworks captured behind us!).”
Here is another one of their wedding photographs
In Kim’s words…
It was really difficult to choose! There are so many unique images for that day, so many wonderful moments captured, to pick one doesn’t feel like it does justice to your incredible work or your amazing talent.
Here is the one that we chose. We love so many elements of this photo: the location (downtown Victoria Park – one of our favourite places to go for walks with our dog), the autumn colours of the trees (what a perfect fall scene), and the urban activity (skateboarders/drum) in the background. It’s such a random mix of things (stuff you’d never think to combine), but it just works because it’s life truly happening and that’s what makes it so beautiful. We also love the video recorder (who we didn’t even realize was there) giving us the “thumbs up” – I remember you commenting on how friendly random people we encountered in the city center were that afternoon (that’s part of what I love about London) and this photo really helps illustrate that – and now when we look back he will forever be a small part of our special day.
Thank you so much for your outstanding professionalism, easy-going attitude and care. I would recommend your services to anyone looking for more than just pictures – when you choose Scott and re:action photography, you’re investing in an experience and valuable memories that will last a lifetime.
(Thanks so much Kim and Sean, it was a pleasure, and I look forward to photographing you again you again this spring)
I asked a favour of my 2010 couples to explain what their favorite “we really can’t live without it” wedding photograph. Shannon and Adam are coming up on their one year anniversary of their wedding last May.
We had a hard time choosing from all of the wonderful memories you have provided us with. We were finally able to narrow it down. The first shot was taken of us with Adam’s Grandma. She has since passed away and we are so happy that we have a great shot of her on our special day. She was very important to both of us and we miss her dearly. Our wedding was one of her last outings while she was still feeling well. I have also included one where she is talking to us on the dance floor as we were dancing with our wedding party. I remember exactly what she said to us in that moment and looking at that shot always makes me feel I am right back there on the dance floor talking to her again.
Again, we cannot thank you enough for all of the wonderful photos you took that day. We look at them all the time and we are taken right back to that day.
This is why I do what I do, so people can revisit and relive the special moments of their lives. Thanks Shannon.
Emma and Dave were married this past February at the quaint and incredibly historic Navy Hall in Niagara on the lake, and had their reception at the wonderful Peller Estates. Dave was really hoping to have some shots in the snow, but alas we had a big thaw the day before, and ironically it snowed in the evening, when they were enjoying their reception. You had to feel for the guy (and it would have been a lot of fun to shoot in)
Here are some of my favourites from the day.