Terry & Josh – Windsor Wedding Photographer

You would assume that sharing images as a wedding photographer would be easy.  Just choose your favourites from throughout the day and post a blog, share a photo on Facebook or publish to Instagram.  I must say I can’t agree less!  I have the pleasure of meeting such amazing couples and am honoured that they all have an appreciation of my passion for this art and, because of this we create images that I am proud to share.  The task of going through the thousands of photos I’ve taken on a wedding day and choosing my favourites is time consuming because I can’t just pick a handful (plus I’m o.c.d just a bit). What you may not always see are the beautiful family photos or images throughout the ceremony.  To me they are all perfect because I never take an image I don’t like. So many moments, from smiles to tears to romance and laughter.  In the end I try to choose the images that, to me, bring back memories of the day at it’s truest.

When Terry and Josh first came to Ferah and I they were in the middle stages of planning their wedding.  From the moment we met they let us know how much they loved our work, heard nothing but good things and trusted in us to take control.  We chat for a bit over coffee and gave them our best advice on how to make their day go smoothly and I was so happy to see the gratitude in their faces when our meeting came to an end.  I couldn’t wait to spend the day with them because I knew it would end up being a perfect day.  Below are just some of the images that I hope you two look back on from year to year and remember each and every moment.

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