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Rainbow Baby

This wonderful little miracle is a rainbow baby; a baby that comes after a miscarriage, stillborn, or neonatal death. She is like a rainbow after a storm: something beautiful after something scary and dark. Her parents experienced not one, but two losses before she arrived. The second of which, they had made it past the risky period of the first trimester only to loose the baby shortly after they announced the pregnancy to family. During this incredibly hard time, daddy got mummy a teddy bear to snuggle while they recovered and grieved. This teddy now snuggles baby as mommy once snuggled teddy. I understand how precious she is, especially after a loss, as my husband I also have a rainbow baby. I was so happy to make this image for this family.

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    Venezuela pride

    One thing that the Venezuela is known for is their prowess on the soccer field. Dalia and Carlos are avid fans, and they wanted to show off their pride in their country during their newborn session with Carlos Junior.

    These photographs are probably the only way their families will get to see Carlos Junior for the next little while. Unfortunately the political climate in their country is less than ideal, and they won’t get the chance to go home anytime soon. Not only will these images be special to Dalia and Carlos as Carlos Jr. gets bigger and changes from a tiny infant into a growing child, but to have them to share with family is incredibly valuable, since they will not have met their grandson / nephew. I don’t envy their situation, but I was so happy to help by capturing all of the precious details of their baby boy.

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      Rock the Dress

      Marianne is a sweet and caring person, and when she looks at Jeremy, you can tell that he is incredibly important in her world. She is fun and silly which balances out his more serious and calm demeanor, although he did strike us as the type to cut loose and have a good time once in awhile too. They share a love of Jeeps, cruising with the top down in the summer, and going out for icecream. After hearing their story about how their photographer on their wedding day didn’t make their wedding, and the fact that they don’t have any beautiful images to remember the day by, we were determined to create something wonderful for them. Read on to see what they had to say about the experience.

      “My husband and I will be celebrating our 8th wedding anniversary on August 29th 2017. Our wedding was a wonderful event on board the Tall Ship Silva other than the fact we had hired a photographer who didn’t show up to with no call or explanation and no contact after the fact despite repeated attempts. As much as we knew that the true purpose of that day was to stand in front of our friends and family and become husband and wife, part of me felt like something had been taken from me that could never be recreated. Thankfully, all family and friends ensured I did get a plethora of pictures taken throughout the evening which I do hold precious to this day.

      It was in 2016 when through my work, Phoenix Youth Programs, I was the winner of a silent auction package. Rebecca is a big supporter of Phoenix Youth Programs and has worked many of our large fundraisers as a photographer. I soon found out I was the winner of a gift certificate for her services I knew immediately what I wanted to do. I had such a great experience getting professionally photographed before that I felt that it was time to bring out the old wedding dress (to see how it fit!) and try to professionally capture some of moments that existed in reality but were never immortalized. It’s true that you can’t turn back time (8 years is a long time!) but you can feel so special in a present moment that it becomes day just as fantastic. I owe that to Rebecca!

      Anyone looking for a photographer in Nova Scotia, wedding or otherwise, should look no further. Rebecca is so personable, funny and immediately put both of us at ease. She was professional and she and her assistant work seamlessly as a team. She took the time to get to know us and the types of pictures we were hoping for. She was so empathetic to the issue surrounding our actual wedding day and went that extra mile to ensure we were pleased.

      I feel the photos speak for themselves. She made me feel beautiful and my husband, who tends to shy away from the camera, feel comfortable the entire session. Not only are the photos exceptional, when I look at them I feel a love towards my husband that is even stronger than the day of our wedding. I am so fortunate for this experience that am thankful that being that lucky draw winner lead me to Rebecca and her captivating vision.”

      – Marianne M.

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        Extended family session | Halifax photographer

        We met Marina and Matt several years ago when we had the pleasure of photographing their wedding. It was beautiful, emotional, and full of joy and happy tears. Fast forward to two years ago, and their world and love expanded to include the most precious baby boy, Freddy. He was a sweet and happy baby, and I was happy to see the MacAdam family again recently for his second birthday photo session while all of his grandparents were visiting. He is still the same happy little man, albeit way more on the go these days.

        Here is a sneak peek from their recent session.

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          Halifax waterfront engagement session

          My brother-in-law Ben and his fiance Vanessa are goofy and silly. He’s sharp as a tack with a quick whit, and she is easy going and doesn’t take life too seriously. They recently popped over from PEI for their engagement session on the Halifax waterfront, and they had the perfect day for it.

          They both are active, and outdoorsy, and she is a marathon runner. In fact she recently completed an Ironman Triathlon, which consists of a 3.86 km swim, a 180.25 km bicycle ride and a marathon 42.20 km run, raced in that order and without a break. It is widely considered one of the most difficult one-day sporting events in the world. Needless to say, she’s pretty proud to have finished the race.

          We incorporated a little humor in their session which totally jived with how they are in person. We can’t wait to see what their wedding day has in store!

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            3 questions to ask your Wedding Venue

            …that you won’t find on most similar lists

            Guest Post by Tina Lesyk of Pineapple Eventworks.

            The Westin Nova Scotian Hotel, Halifax

            If you are reading this, you’re likely engaged (Congrats!), helping a recently engaged loved one plan their special day, or are hoping that your loved one will ask you in the near future. You don’t need a ring to envision your dream wedding, but it helps to have some guidelines to help you with your planning.

            Picking your venue and asking the right questions is so important when taking your dream wedding from a vision into a reality. Maybe you are considering a traditional hotel or a unique venue like a barn that transforms from a market by day to a romantic venue by night. There are so many creative options to choose from when setting the location of you wedding venue. Regardless of where your wedding takes place, be sure to have a list of questions ready when you are meeting with vendors. This will help eliminate unpleasant surprises down the road, and will help you pull together all the little details that will bring your vision to life.

            Here are just 3 of the many questions to consider asking your wedding venue that you won’t find on most similar lists.

            Lighting – you want to ensure that the lighting is just as you want it. You may want to ask the following:

            1. What kind of lighting does the venue have?
            2. Are the lights on dimmers?
            3. Where are the fixtures positioned? You may want to take this into consideration when setting up your guest book.

            Interactive Guest Book, Pier 21, Halifax

            Ask to see the lighting options for yourself. This is not a deal breaker question but certainly something you want to be aware of while planning. Your photographer will also appreciate that you took these points into consideration.

            If you are planning an outdoor ceremony, where will the sun be at that time? You and your groom want to see each other with open eyes when you make a vow to each other, as do your guests who do not want to be squinting from sunshine.

            Observation Deck, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax

            Does the venue provide linens and if so what size and shape are they? Do the linens fit the tables the way you are picturing them to? For example: do they reach the floor and are they round or square?

            These few questions only begin to scratch the surface of things to consider when you are choosing a venue for your wedding. Each couple will have a different list of priorities of what is most important for their ideal wedding venue.

            Comfort Hotel, Bayer’s Lake.

            Tina Lesyk is the founder of Pineapple Eventworks. They are no strangers to being involved in weddings. Not only does Pineapple Eventworks provide you with servers and bartenders to help on your wedding day, they also offer day/month of coordination services. With over 10 years’ experience in the wedding industry, you can count on us to look after all the details.

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              Armdale Yacht Club Wedding Venue | Halifax wedding photography

              If you’re dreaming of a reception venue with a spectacular view of the water, then you should go see the Armdale Yacht Club. The sparkling blue water will delight your guests, and with three sides of the room featuring huge windows, everyone will get a chance to enjoy the view. The warm colour palette coordinates with lots of wedding themes, and we love the rose gold and blush pink look featured in this styled shoot.

              The collaborators we had the pleasure of working with:
              Beautiful Linen Rentals
              Make Merry Events
              Horizons Catering by Chef Andy Thompson
              DiM Designs Wedding Stationary
              Cake Babes
              Armdale Yacht Club

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                The maternity session prop you won’t want to forget

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                If you have had (or are planning to have) an ultrasound scan done during your pregnancy, the resulting photographs can make a beautiful addition to your maternity photography session.

                Bringing your printed ultrasound photographs is a great idea, because not only do we get to see you in the resulting portraits, but we get to see your baby too. These images make for great announcement cards to send to friends and family, or you can incorporate them into a collage of images to display in the baby’s nursery. We also love adding them to custom designed albums for our baby plan clients (a series of four sessions including maternity, newborn, sitting up, and first birthday).

                During the scan you get a sneak peek of your little bundle of joy, and there is nothing like hearing that heart beating for the first time. Our friends over at Mom2Bee 3D/4D Ultrasound can even record your baby’s heartbeat to a teddy bear for you to snuggle and hear whenever you want. Any time you are feeling anxious to meet your new family member, you can curl up with your stuffy and listen to the sound of his heart. How wonderful is that?

                There is something truly amazing about being able to see your child before they arrive. You will love the keepsake of the ultrasound photo next to the belly, and your child will love seeing the comparison when he is older and trying to figure out how his once fit in your tummy!

                To see more information about maternity and newborn photography, Click Here.

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                  Rebecca Clarke Emotive Photographer

                  Portrait and wedding photography in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

                  Studio: Sandwick Drive, Hammond's Plains

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