Well, on the rare occasion that I am shooting engagement portraits of my sister-in-law, Tasha, and her husband-t0-be, Casey, I didn't mind continuing the session from last summer. No, I wasn't being extra nice to get in Sheena's good books. Actually, last summer, it started to rain half way through the original engagement session so we re-booked it for a "later date" which happened to fall this past weekend. Crazy enough, it was 18 degrees the day before and all that nice weather vanished and left us with cold temperatures and little sun. But, we were in Guelph and, over the past couple of years, I have built up a mental list of "must shoot" locations so that's what we did. The first stop - an old, dilapidated slaughter house that served as an amazing backdrop. Second stop, the "off limits" concrete tunnel property that required some sneaking into. Lastly, the Guelph Eaton Centre and the surrounding area. Tasha and Casey were great sports about the new locations to do these shoots and really let me be creative with them. Other than some runny noses, a ripped pair of jeans, a beat up shoot-through umbrella and a ruined camera cable, it was a great day!
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