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 Hamilton Portrait and Wedding Photographer | Oz Photography

2016sep04_sue_tony-265September 4, 2016 Suellen and Tony were married at Carmens Banquet Center. The wedding was 12 hours in length starting from a downtown Hamilton hotel for Suellen and the girls and from a home in Burlington for Tony and the guys. This wedding required 2 photographers and while I photographed the girls getting ready my second photographer Christine photographed the guys.

Then it was on to Dundurn Castle to do all the photo shoots prior to the actual ceremony at Carmens. The day could not have been better, it was partly sunny and cool. At Dundurn Castle it was decided to do a reveal with Suellen and Tony. Each of them waited on each side of a park structure waiting in anticipation of seeing one another. As you can appreciate the emotions run high knowing the person you are marrying is on the other side of the wall!

As a wedding photographer this is one of the most important shots you cannot miss, the tears, joy, love and excitement all shown within a few seconds. The bridal party went wild when they embraced one another. As a wedding photographer you are also hit with delayed emotion after you have captured the shots. This is one reason why I love what I do and am grateful to be trusted as a part of theirs lives together.

Then it was off to do all the family photos, relatives from England and Africa attended this wedding and lots of friends, co-workers. As I mentioned the ceremony was at Carmens Banquet Center in Hamilton. One of the highlights of the evening were the African dancers,. They were incredible and had everyone in the room up on their feet dancing to the African drums.

 

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Hamilton Portrait and Wedding Photographer | Oz Photography

Burlington Banquet HallTis the season to start thinking about where to have your photos taken. There are numerous locations for your wedding pictures. Most venues in the Hamilton/Burlington have nice locations for photographs. From lovely fireplaces, marble floors, outdoor arbors, manicured lawns etc. There are other locations of course from mansions, waterfalls, trails, farms and many more. Some locations are free while others require either an entry fee or permit which must be obtained prior to the wedding. The locations for the most part depend on the timing for your wedding day and of course a back-up location in case of weather.

Some of the popular areas for Wedding Photography are Websters Falls, Sherman Falls, Royal Botanical Gardens, Lasalle Park, Dundurn Castle and many many more. As a professional wedding photographer I cannot emphasize enough that you create a time slot for your wedding photographs.

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