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Floating around the interwebs was the tag #100happydays it was all over people’s instagram photos and I was so intrigued by it as I always love to try a good photo challenge.
Upon looking it up I found out it was an actual photo challenge for which you could sign up for! (http://100happydays.com/) and I became incredibly terrified by the accountability and statistics of this challenge. But, we all need to find some happy in our lives right? So on February 13th, I decided I was going to pursue this and NOT fail. I’m now just about 60 days in and haven’t missed a day. I’ve also realized that some days there is an incredible amount of happy in my life (wanting to post two or three, sometimes even four pictures, but I had already posted for that day) and some days it seems like there is none, but if you search really hard you can always find some happy.
I’m learning a lot about our life and what makes me happy, and I’m so happy to share some of that with you. Here’s the past two months of my 100 happy days challenge, follow me on instagram for the rest. Maybe even sign up yourself? Let me know in the comments if you do, I want to follow yours too!
Every now and again we get an email or comment saying “Hey, do ya’ll shoot families” Now this is always something photographers chuckle about. As I always am tempted to reply, “Why yes we shoot families… with our cameras!” (Hardy har har) But many of our followers and lovely couples don’t actually know that “YES we do photograph family photo sessions” Every once in a while we venture out with some cute kids, glowing pregnant ladies, or families of any age (adult children are the best for a really great session) and snap some pictures for you to remember forever.
“Wait, so you do family sessions?!” Yes, yes, yes. Well, actually to be more specific I (Eee) do take care of those family sessions on my own, but I love them. They are such a different type of fun then weddings and I take on a select few every year. It’s not only a great way to stay creative, but its also really personal as I do believe in getting photos done every one to two years for ourselves, so why wouldn’t you come back to your awesome wedding photographer a few years later when you’re starting your family right? We love to capture your life and give you photos you can treasure forever more, to watch your family grow!
“Soooo, your site is all weddings… where’s the family stuff?” Right here! In this post! We’re working on adding a family/portrait portion to our site but for now, we honestly have been catching up on tv seasons and enjoying each others company to finish out the wedding season… so it may come. One day.
So for now, please enjoy some of the lovely photos from a few sessions we had this year that were never seen! And please, if you’re looking for your own Sherwood Park Photography or anywhere in the Edmonton area, please email us! I’d love to capture some memories for you!
Winter is here, but let us know if you are looking for you own Sherwood Park Photography or Edmonton Photography session today!
Some of the days back in September started to feel like winter. But I would take a blustery day like Catheryne + Guy’s engagement session day over the snow/rain/whatever this is/what the heck Edmonton? Weather we’ve got now! But not to worry, even though the day was windy and mittens and scarves were required. The fall colours were just springing up and these two were so cute you can’t even tell it was quite cold!
I have known Catheryne since we were in high school, both of us are teachers and she is as sweet as can be. It seems that she has found herself an equally sweet and funny one too! They eagerly brought down their canoe from Cold Lake, and although they didn’t get far on the water they sure look like they are having fun! (I’m pretty sure other wanders at Elk Island National Park thought we were all a little crazy, but it made for such fun photos!) These two like to hike, canoe and explore the world together. So it was fantastic to incorporate this into the session.
We sought refuge from the wind in the beautiful fall looking trees and even ended off the day viewing some bison in the appropriately named Bison Loop, sadly none arose from the brush during the session for some spic photo bombing. But I think we were all okay with that!
Please enjoy some of their cuteness below! And leave some love in the comments!