JULY 2017

  • SESSIONS SESSIONS SESSIONS

    AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: calgary, Family, Family photography, Kids, Lifestyle, Pearce estate park, Photography, Summer

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    This summer was SO busy! Besides a lot of work I had an amazing vacation! It’s very important for me to have this balance between family life, work and travelling! I try to keep this balance although it’s hard to do that without my beloved ones’ support! So, that’s why family sessions are special for me! Family is the most important achievement in every person’s life!
    So, as usual, my favourite park! And my favourite material – FAMILY! Continue reading

  • READER ROCK GARDEN WEDDING IN CALGARY

    AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: calgary, Calgary parks, Engagement, Family photography, Lifestyle, REader rock garden, Weddings

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    Recently my dream came true! I always wanted to have a couple willing to get married in my favourite spot in Calgary – “Reader rock garden”. You need to check this place out just for a walk, you’d fall in love with it! Here is more info about it. This time the whole place was blooming, I’ve never seen it like this! I had impression i’m in paradise! So, can you imagine my pleasure to taking pictures there?
    The ceremony was very intimate and cosy, just the way I like it. The bride and groom enjoyed our session as well as their cute little girl. She rocked and had fun! I always go well with kids, so I’ve got a new little friend!
    So, take a look at these pictures and you’ll get what I say.  Continue reading

  • STAMPEDE IS HERE!

    AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: calgary, Festivals, Stampede, Travels

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    It was a huge pleasure to work at Stampede! This was an amazing celebration of life, joy and festivity! I was really impressed with my first time, though it was 5 years after I moved to Calgary that I finally went to see it. I worked for the Voice of Alberta company as a media photographer. I spent the whole week there and felt extremely excited and impressed. This festival is very well known in Canada! The whole city stops “breathing” for the period of Stampede. Everyone wears cowboy clothes and spends a lot of time exploring the Stampede grounds and events. Here is the website for ordering tickets as well as reading about the celebration history. This year they have special promotions dedicated to Canada’s 150th Birthday. A good reason to get a taste of western Canadian culture!  Continue reading