So I have to start this post with a question for you, our loyal blog readers. Is more better, or is less better? Pictures that is. Whenever it comes time to start selecting images to share on the blog I can’t seem to stop myself. Part of it is that I can’t wait to show our clients and their families how awesome their day was; and another part is that after all of the editing is done I have usually become pretty attached to quite a few shots from the day. Clearly I have a sickness; or at the very least; a perceived sickness. So I want to know from you guys – does there come a point when there are too many pictures in a post? I know that some photographers only put up their best 10 shots from the day – but that seems really low, and would be really hard to do. On the other hand, the 54 that I originally had selected from Madisen and Cole’s wedding would probably be too many! =) Let me know what you think in the comments below; and in my arbitrary weighting system our former clients or current client’s comments count for double!
Which leads me to Madisen and Cole. Like I said, there were so many shots that I wanted to share from this one. I love that our clients never seem to be stressed out at all on their wedding days – and I love that we occasionally have to tell our clients (*ahem* *Madisen*) that we should do a shot where they aren’t smiling. Just to prove that it can happen.
Yes, I realize that the image on the left is completely out of focus but itwas a really funny moment! What you can’t see here is that there is a bridesmaid completely underneath that dress adjusting the crinolen.
Cole’s reaction to seeing Madisen for the first time.
The ceremony was held at Knox United Church in downtown Calgary – the same church that Madisen’s mom was married in!
Cole has a killer smile here right? It may have been slightly affected by Madisen though….
So normally we don’t include two ring shots, but since these are a bit of the ‘Where’s Waldo?’ variety we went with two. I think a few of the guests thought we were crazy for playing with the center pieces and a coat hanger…
Love the fish-face Madisen!