Amish Solanki Photography :: Blog :: Vancouver Wedding + Portrait Photographer » Wedding & Portrait Photography by Amish Solanki

Masthead header

jen + carlos – engaged

peggy's covewavescuddlesjen carlospeggys covehelping handlighthouseepic lighthousestarfishbuoycuddlesrainblue skiesdrivingdrivingcrab haycuddlesroll in the hay19jc_blog-8374jen and carlosold building22jc_blog-66776686nova scotia textiles limitedlobster poundskyrocky beachsun flarecaves30jc_blog-8702lobster traps

I’ve been lucky over the past couple years to photograph the weddings of friends – both old and new. Jen and I went to high school together and we’ve become even better friends since then. Natisha and I are so excited to attend (and photograph) her and Carlos’ wedding in Dominican Republic later this year.

While in Toronto this spring (returning from another wedding in Dominican Republic!), I decided to take a last-minute short hop to Nova Scotia for a portraiture session with Jen and Carlos.

We started our session at the iconic Peggy’s Cove in Nova Scotia. It was super foggy with impending rain clouds – epic weather for photographs. And then the weather got even MORE epic. It started to rain. A lot. Jen and Carlos were so awesome through it all and you can see in the images it was clearly worth it.

Not satisfied with the rain and dreary weather, we decided that to try our luck the next day. We woke up to more rain in Halifax, but we knew there had to be sun ‘somewhere’. With our smartphones and travel guides in hand, we looked up Doppler radars and drove towards blue skies. We managed to find it on the western end of Nova Scotia. Along the way we found some pretty stellar places to shoot and explore. Thank you Jen and Carlos for hosting me for my short visit and showing me some awesome East Coast hospitality! I can’t wait to see you guys in November.

Lyndsey - Beautiful shots of a beautiful couple! All the best Jen and Carlos :)

Erik - I’ve been waiting to see these. SO good.

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

*

*