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Capturing moments from today… Creating memories for a lifetime.

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As event photographers located in Maple Ridge, we take photos at your corporate, private or charity event.    We attend international conferences and forums, congresses, workshops, fairs and exhibitions, gala dinners and award ceremonies.  We have experience in the field of event photography, which ranges from private parties to international events and conferences. We capture photos at all the stages of your event: the conference rooms, the arriving guests, the welcome and keynote speeches and the reactions to them, as well. We also make individual portraits of the speakers and their connection with the attendees, we take detail photos, including company logos, and the presentations themselves. With exciting and moody photos of the event you can relive the experience. Professional event photos can also contribute to your company’s success. By using these photos you can share your impressions with the world in form of press photos or through social media and also give memories to the g

Capturing landscapes with natural light.

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Landscapes are a favorite subject of many photographers, professionals  and hobbyists alike.  Whether you are an experienced professional or a  beginner looking to learn more, following the right website and blogs  can be extremely helpful to your own growth, and if you love landscapes  it can be very enjoyable as well. While it is very accessible, mastering it can take an entire lifetime. There are technical aspects that must be learned like compositions rules, camera settings and the exposure triangleI need an artistic vision to tell a story. It is all about the story. Always. Landscapes are a favorite subject of many photographers, professionals  and hobbyists alike.  While landscape and natural outdoor locations are very accessible, mastering them can take an entire lifetime.  There are technical aspects that must be learned like compositions  rules, camera settings and the exposure triangle. To take your images  even further you need an artistic vision to tell a story. It is all 

Capture. Create. Share.

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We work in short increments to keep your pet interested. We think of your pet as a toddler, and you'll have a good idea of how long we can keep the pets attention span.  By taking breaks and only shooting a couple of photos at a time, we have a happier, more engaged pet for the photo shoot. If we have another person nearby, it might be easier if they use the toy to play with the pet while we capture pictures. Tug-of-war toys work great for dogs, and string-type toys work well for cats, as we can entice them to come over. Any toy that keeps the family pet mostly in the same place should be fine. Balls don't work as well, unless someone is throwing a ball in our direction. Otherwise, the animal will be running away from us. Your pets are the cutest, and of course you want photos of them to post online or just have around the house! However, whether they stay still or bounce around, pets are a tricky subject for photography. We have to work with the pet to get them to look at the

Portrait Photography Tips and Tricks

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People photographs fall into two categories: portraits and candid. Either can be made with or without your subject's awareness and cooperation. However near or far your subject, however intimate or distant the gaze your camera casts, you always need to keep in mind the elements of composition and the technique that will best help you communicate what you are trying to say. Get Closer: The most common mistake made by photographers is that they are not physically close enough to their subjects. In some cases this means that the center of interest—the subject—is just a speck, too small to have any impact. Even when it is big enough to be decipherable, it usually carries little meaning. Viewers can sense when a subject is small because it was supposed to be and when it's small because the photographer was too shy to get close. Don't be shy. If you approach people in the right way, they'll usually be happy to have their picture made. It's up to you to break the ice and g

BC Photographers Session Photography

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As our most popular photographer services in Maple Ridge, Langley, Ridge Meadows, Mission and Pitt Meadows these appointments tend to fill up fast. We are committed to working closely with our clients to understand exactly what they are looking for in photography, then capturing their perfect moments. Session Photographers: Couples. Family. Modelling. Fashion. Seniors: Photoshoots can be overwhelming, which is why it is beneficial to have an experienced professional photographer managing the details. We are photographers near you in the Maple Ridge, Langley, Pitt Meadows, Ridge Meadows and Mission region of Vancouver BC. Through our photo services, you can count on us to guide you during every step. We believe the way to get the best photos from a camera is to do it correctly from the beginning of each session. Photography has always been about the art and craft of light; understanding the tools of the photography and using them well; and about perception, lighting and the ability to c

Capturing nature images beautifully

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As well as requiring photography skills, wildlife photographers may need field craft skills.  For example, some animals are difficult to approach and thus a knowledge of the animal's behavior is needed in order to be able to predict its actions. Photographing some species may require stalking skills or the use of a hide/blind for concealment. B.C. wildlife photography is a genre for photographers concerned with documenting various forms of wildlife in their natural habitat. In the early days of photography, it was difficult to get a photograph of wildlife due to slow lenses and the low sensitivity of photographic media. Earlier photos of animals were usually pets, stuffed, and zoo animals. These included photos of lion cubs taken at the Bristol zoo in 1854 and in 1864, photos of the last Quagga by Frank Hayes. Wildlife photography gained more traction when faster photography emulsions and quicker shutters came in the 1880s.  Developments like these lead to photos such as the ones t

Tips For Landscape Photography

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We've all had the experience: Driving through a beautiful landscape, you stop at every scenic overlook to make photographs sure to capture the grandeur of what you see. You get home, look at the pictures, and find them flat and boring. All the elements that enthralled you at the time are there, but not the feeling. Why? When we look at a landscape, our eyes travel over it and selectively focus on the elements that we find appealing. Our field of vision encompasses a great deal of the scene, but our eyes and brains have the ability to ignore all except the most alluring details. Lenses and sensors or film cannot do this by themselves. They need help. Time is the most important investment you can make in getting good landscape pictures. When you arrive in a place you've never visited before, spend time scouting—driving or hiking to different locations, finding different vantage points. Carry a compass to figure out where the sun will rise and set, and imagine how the place would

Bring your pets creativity to life.

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If you have another person nearby, it might be easier if they use the toy to play with the pet while you snap pictures.  Tug-of-war toys work great for dogs, and string-type toys work well for cats, as you can entice them to come over. Any toy that keeps your pet mostly in the same place should be fine. Balls don't work as well, unless someone is throwing a ball in your direction. Otherwise, the animal will be running away from you. Use the appropriate voice for the type of pet you're photographing. For a dog, be very, very cheerful. Dogs love upbeat voices, especially when you're telling the dog what a good boy or girl they are! Other pets may do better with calm, almost cooing voices. You know what your pet likes to hear! Use the pet names you have for it, using your happy voice. For instance, try a cheerful but calm voice when working with cats. For birds, be very cheerful, but not so loud you scare them. Whistles may help, too! If it's not our pet, we get the owner

Capture nature with natural light nature photography

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Although ach person has a unique vision of surroundings, the avid photographer uses both tenacity and technology to contribute a new paradigm.  A photographer impels spectators into a dynamic head-turning environment inspired by a truly unique itinerary; nature. It takes more than a camera to fill a gallery with art worth contemplating. It takes an eye-an eye that is seemingly dispossessed of the world around it, yet in actuality intricately attuned to that very world. A world of individuals. Although each person has a unique vision of surroundings, the avid photographer uses both tenacity and technology to contribute a new paradigm.