Toronto Event Photographer
Event photography is a very board area of photography. It encompasses a very diverse list of type of events. There is often a misconception that event photography is simple. In fact it is not straight-forward to properly cover an event and produce news worthy photos in a timely manner. It takes years of practice for a photographer to put himself or herself in the best position to capture great images. Before the actual event, a professional event photographer spend time researching the what, who and where of the event. What is the event about? Who are the key participants? Will the event location have an impact on photography? On the day of the event, a professional goes in with his equipment and execute his/her game plan. With proper preparation and experience, a professional event photographer captures the right shots effectively and efficiently. After the event, the photographer cull, keyword and/or edit the images in a timely manner. Once the final work is ready, they are either uploaded to a news media site, or deliver using the client's preferred method.
Event PHotography Service
As a seasoned Toronto event photographer, I am experienced in covering the following types of event:
- Fashion and runway shows
- Public parades and festivals
- Sporting events
Let me know how I can help improve visibility and add value to your event. Please use the form below get in touch.
This year's JDRF revolution stationary bike ride bought together over a thousand people on this one day event at the Yonge-Dundas square to raise fund for type 1 diabetics research.
The Canadian Open, better known as the Rogers Cup, is an annual tennis tournament held in Canada. The tournament is a week long event and it usually starts on the civic holiday long weekend in August.
The Toronto Pro Super Show is the largest Canadian fitness event for consumers. This annual event features over 100 exhibitors. It showcases the latest health and fitness products.
Mass Exodus is an annual fashion show organized by students at the Ryerson university. It is the world's largest student-run fashion show. The event showcases work by graduating students from the school.
2015 has been a busy and fulfilling year from an event photography perspective. In addition to the usual events that I cover every year, I also shot some Blue Jays games, the Honda Indy, the Rogers cup and an anime event. There were a few events that I wish I had the time to cover.
I did some hair fashion photos for two local hair stylists in Toronto. They are young, energetic and they run the Fungki Hair salon. The first set of photos showcases bridal hair styling. The second set contains creative hair styling.
This past week, I had a chance to cover the 2012 Rogers Cup at the Rexall Centre. Despite residing in Toronto for many years, this is my first time attending this tennis tournament.