Toronto Wedding: Hema + Manveer

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Wow. Their wedding was amazing. I can’t thank Ryan Chan (http://ryanchan.ca – an absolutely wonderful international wedding photographer) enough for having me up to Toronto to shoot this wedding with him. It was two days of incredible celebration that went by way too fast.

Raman - Amazing work guys!! Can’t wait to see the rest!!! (From Manveer’s cousin and Ryan’s friend)!

Hattiesburg, MS Wedding: Skylar + Lee

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I had the opportunity this past weekend to photograph a wedding with Sully Clemmer (check out his work – he is one of the best in the entire state of Mississippi). Four of my favorite pictures from Skylar & Lee’s gorgeous wedding at the Barn at Bridlewood in Hattiesburg, MS.

On First Looks

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By far one of the most common questions when meeting with couples is “Should we see each other before our wedding?”

Yes.

There are quite a few reasons for doing this, but here are three of the best reasons for doing so:

-That look of surprise of seeing each other for the first time is kind of awesome.

-This could be among the only quiet time you spend alone with your (soon-to-be) husband / wife the entire day until after the wedding.

-You are able to finish all or most of the bridal party & family pictures prior to the wedding. This frees up a lot of time later in the day for more pictures of just the bride & groom. More is always a good thing.