When Jennifer and Martin told me that they were having their wedding ceremony at the Vaughan Estate in Toronto, I immediately thought of the last time I was a wedding photographer at that location, and how well everything turned out. I also noticed right away that I would be shooting there the very next weekend. That’s okay with me, as it seems to be a theme that comes with the Toronto wedding photography scene; shooting at the same few nice spots time and time again. The Vaughan estate is a great location for a wedding reception, and has a nice property for wedding photography in Toronto.
As usual, we started with the morning prep. J&M’s condo has an incredible view of the Toronto core, and this provided great lighting as with captured Jennifer getting prepared.
After the ceremony, we headed to the brickworks for the wedding photos. It was a nice bright day that really had my 600EX flashes blasting for some parts. Again, being at the brickworks followed that theme of a familiar location among Toronto wedding photographers. Since the Brickworks is ever changing, I found myself able to pull of some fresh material. In the end, I was happy with the overall balance and quality of images we were able to capture throughout the day.
Some of the film tones and stylizing were done via VSCO Film 2 for Lightroom. I’m noticing that some of the film stocks in this pack are a bit grainier than the first, but then again it’s mimicking the grain of actual film stock pretty accurately:)