Posted by Sharon Auld
Here are five talented wedding photographers on our radar for 2016. If you’re getting married in the Canadian Rockies or elsewhere, consider checking out these amazing talents! They’ve turned heads with their beautiful images and distinctive personalities. Each with their own perspective, these five photographers are raising the wedding photography bar.
These photographers are all uniquely talented and are not listed in any particular order. Please enjoy them all!
2016 Wedding Photographers to Watch
Heidrich Photography is a Calgary based studio with a Fine Art approach to weddings. Creating timeless, authentic images for their clients, they are gifted in emphasizing the spectacular scenery and natural beauty of your story. Whether capturing the candid or intimate moments of a wedding, they create visually stunning images to cherish for a lifetime.
LOLO AND NOA PHOTOGRAPHY
The creative energy behind the lens of Lolo and Noa Photography, are good friends Lois Soper and Noa Furfaro. Living nestled at the edge of the Rocky Mountains, this talented Golden BC duo are true mountain aficionados. With a passion for photography, they are inspired by their love of nature and their breathtaking surroundings.
Calm, unobtrusive and with an eye for style and design, they photograph the “so-called ordinary moments in life in an extraordinarily beautiful way”.
“We may ask you to hike up a small trail, or climb around on rocks because we love a little adventure. We are truly honoured when we are considered to photograph such a monumental day, and that undoubtedly makes our job the best. We leave no special moment or subtle detail undocumented.” ~ lolo and noa photography
JUSTINE MILTON PHOTOGRAPHY
Alberta based Justine Milton Photography is a professional photographer with many years of experience in the wedding industry. From her roots in photojournalism, Justine has developed her own unique style of fine art photography. She has attended workshops taught by some of the most renowned names in the photography world, most recently the Erich McVey workshop in California and the Jose Villa workshop in Mexico. Justine has been recognized for her abilities in countless magazines & online publications and was recently named to the Canada Photo Convention’s “Top 30 Under 30”.
Our first glimpse of Edmonton based Tricia Victoria Photography came by way of her Instagram feed. She’s an amazing talent and has an artist’s eye. She captures candid moments of real emotion like no other! Her photos exude her energy and passion for her craft.
“I am first a child of the living God. I am a mother. I am a wife. I am an artist. I am a creature of passion and emotion. I am so many things and I often feel like I could burst from trying to contain it all. I do what I do because I love it. It’s hard and it’s important. Its rewarding and wonderful. It fulfills my creative itch and I would live in a shoebox if it meant I could continue to do it.
I have been refining my style over the last seven years and have finally come into my own with images that look like film. I love to capture emotion and moments as they happen…little things that appear to be obscure or meaningless. These things often have more meaning than what’s plainly evident.” ~ tricia victoria photography
Jalisse Photography is an easy going Alberta, natural light photographer, whose always up for a mountain adventure!
“I adore working with couples in love. As much as I truly appreciate documenting traditionally elegant images, I’m a sucker for candid imagery. I shoot in hopes that my images showcase genuine emotion with a dash of edge and color. Shooting outdoors in the unpredictable elements is what I live for … and the Rocky Mountains are always calling my name!” ~ Jalisse Photography
Thank you to Our 5 Wedding Photographers to Watch 2016
A very special thank you to all of our extremely talented wedding photographers for allowing us to feature their beautiful work! Stay tuned as we have more to share from these artists.
If you’d like to check out who was on our list last year here’s the post! Thanks for tuning in!