From June Girardin of Mortgage Intelligence, “What a great picture of our Ally, she is an 8 yr old Goldendoodle and is an absolute sweetheart…..Thanks so much Frank….your picture taking is art. Love it”.Read More »
I was honoured to be featured in the Windsor Star’s Fall Bridal Special section. I was interviewed by Karen Paton-Evans, ironically I photographed her wedding back in the day when photographers were still using film. Can you imagine that? Actually it wasn’t that long ago! Great article and thank you!
PS: the cover image is actually from a real wedding.
All the best!
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Wonderful wedding today in Windsor, celebrating the marriage of Anita & Josh!
Baby Ethan is welcomed into this world with strong supporting hands. Congratulations to Amy & Jason on your safe arrival. Ethan already shines as a model.Read More »
Today it seems people forget to laugh, to live and to strive for quality over quantity. It has become a scary world where you now know more about the characters in a reality show, than your spouse, or child, or even your neighbor. How many people can honestly say that they know the neighbour from only 4 doors down the road. What is the name of their spouse, their children, their pet? What kind of car do they drive? Just think, that is only 4 doors down, not even the length of a football field. Why is that? Why do we lock up our children, not enabling them to discover and grow? How can we turn this around? Let’s do something today that will brighten up your families day, do something to make someone laugh, they’ll thank you, they’ll even pass it along. Laughter is the best medicine, so laugh, its free. Then, go introduce yourself to your neighbours! Don’t be afraid to leave a comment, let me know who you are. All the best, FrankRead More »
What do you do when you’re going to take a family photo with a newborn that just may not cooperate? You have Fun with it. Congratulations Cathy, Brian & Angelina on your new arrival, Max.Read More »
I have said it before, I love my profession. Who wouldn’t, I get to take pictures on a daily basis. I photograph portraits of people and this includes new born children all the way to the elderly. What do all of my clients have in common…other than me as their photographer of choice…nothing and everything. Every single person I photograph is different, it is my duty to make each client look unique to themselves, to bring out their character and to put emphasis on who they are. Not an easy task, but then I never wanted to be a cookie cutter photographer. How do I do this? How do I make my client relax, have fun, laugh, cry? I practice, just like in every professional sport, every profession, everything that you do to make you a superstar at one thing, practice. Practice makes perfect. I am just blessed, as I am married to the person I think is the most beautiful woman in the world, and I am cursed as this most beautiful woman in the world hates me taking her photo, why you ask? because I am practicing what doesn’t work, what does work and she sees the beautiful images and the, “not so beautiful”, images. I have to say thank you to her for allowing me to practice, so that I can bring out the beauty in everyone! Thanks Sarbear.
Until next time, all the best.
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Our childrens sessions have begun, this is the time to start thinking about unique ideas and themes for your children and families. Keep watching, exciting things are going to be happening very soon, but that is all I can say today.Read More »