Today’s wedding photographer interview is with Stéphane Lemieux of Stéphane Lemieux Photography, based in Montreal, QC! Enjoy:
Tell us a bit about yourself and your company.
I am Stéphane Lemieux and I lead a small team of wedding photographers. With me, there is my wife, who is an excellent photographer and my daughter, who is also a multi-disciplinary artist who excels in both photography and cinematography since she has studied both fields. We work together in the greater metropolitan area of Montreal, Quebec. I specialize in wedding photography since 2006, and I have to my credit more than a hundred weddings. This beautiful job as a wedding photographer has allowed me to live in the last few years countless magical moments and intense emotions that I tried to convert into images for the most beautiful memories of the brides and grooms and their families. I sincerely believe that every wedding is unique and a fabulous story to tell.
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This stylish and heartwarming wedding comes to us from Sophie Asselin Photographe, based in Montreal, Quebec! Here’s Myriam, the lovely bride, to tell us more:
“We have been together for 10 years and we are proud parents of two young children, a 5 year old and a 3 year old. Our marriage was intended as a celebration of our relationship but also of our little family which we are so proud of. We wanted to demonstrate through this important event, the pride of our accomplishments and our love of the past decade.
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Today’s guest post comes to us from Lucy of Lucy Baum Montreal Wedding and Family Photography! Enjoy:
After the initial excitement of the engagement sinks in, couples often realize the long journey ahead in planning a wedding that reflects their values, and their budget. One of the biggest decisions to be made is around photography. Wedding photography is one of the larger expenses to be considered in any wedding plan, but with the flood of dslr cameras, iPads, iPhones and selfie sticks these days, some couples question whether a professional is even needed. As we all know, there are risks with anything in life. What couples must ask themselves when making their decision, is the level of risk they’re willing to take on with each element of the wedding. Yes, many photography tools are available and most of your guests will have some kind of camera, but will they do the job of beautifully and meticulously documenting the most important day of your lives?
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