Monday, 29 December 2014

Tony & Clarissa - Autumn

Tony & Clarissa decided to have another shoot in autumn, so here we go! This time we aimed for a more urban feel so we headed over to downtown Toronto. 
I liked these arches so we decided to stop by and shoot there!
Next stop, University of Toronto!
I broke out my Sigma 35mm 1.4 lens in this shoot. It's a wonderful lens.
Sharpness galore!
Thank you Ancella for throwing the leaves to make this shot possible :P
I don't know why but my camera had trouble getting the focus right on wider shots. 
I need to investigate whether this is a camera issue or lens issue.
The skies opened up and it was the most wonderful light! It was hard to catch though. 
One cannot stand in the middle of the street and just take pictures in downtown Toronto. 
You will be killed. 
Though this one worked out nicely...had to wait til the lights turned red. 
It took many attempts to get this shot right. This was the best one out of the bunch!

I hope you enjoyed the shots. I didn't write much on the captions this time around. I don't think 
this is the last time you'll see these two in my blog. Maybe a winter and spring photo shoot is to come? Completing the four seasons would be cool!



  1. Such an adorable couple. This is one photoshoot that I found perfect in all ways. I am going to have one just like this. I do have a lot of rental spaces for parties in mind for a wedding shower and for a prewedding photoshoot. I am marrying the love of my life who is also my childhood best friend.

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