Jen & Adam//A Waterfront Wedding in Peterborough
This was a 7 day wedding extravaganza. I slept on a house boat, attended the parties, loved her family and ate for days. This Lakeside Wedding in the Kawartha’s was one to remember. I’m actually still here. I’m connected to my hotspot, huddled around my little mac, in the dark, on a boat, on Buckhorn Lake. This morning over breakfast I showed Jen, Adam and all of their family (from across the pond, as in England not Buckhorn Lake) my favourite 500 images in the form of slide show. It was awesome. At this point I think it’s safe to say we’re gently coming down from the high of wedding week excitement. I’ve seen it all. Eight bendy, naked, cold, swimming groomsmen, groomsmen-kissing groomsmen, brides-kissing groomsmen, grooms kissing groomsmen, grooms in the shower, bridesmaids in the shower, and more booby than a weekend of booked-solid boudoir marathonism. And to top it off – dinner and a dance party in a great big white tent at The Birches Resort. It’s been a wild few days hanging around Peterborough’s Cottage Country.
Thank you, thank you to Jen and Adam’s families for trusting us to be there every moment, in the shower or not. Thank you for making us feel like family….I guess at this point we kind of are. And to my right hand and second shooter – Myranda. Our success this weekend was made possible by you! xoxox
9 Responses to “Jen & Adam//A Waterfront Wedding in Peterborough”
Katie…I love your wedding shots, so fun and natural. Can you tell me what lenses that you used? I am shooting a family wedding in October…my first..a bit nervous…Melanie
Hi Melanie, thanks for checking in. For this weddi g we mostly used the 70-200 for ceremony and family picts. I think I used the 35 for portraits and the 24-70 as a lighter, all purpose option. If you’re heading into your first wedding and have limited resources my advice would be to use the 24-70, and maybe just the 85 for portraits. Spend your energy on the content, the relationships, and the flow. Don’t get bogged down in lens choices. It might be too distracting.
I love every.single.one. of these photos, you captured they’re day perfectly, as per usual. Great work Kate!
Thank you so very much Erica! I really and truly loved this day.
You are AMAZING!!! You captured the spirit, the emotions and the joy of the whole event!! Wonderful work! I should have skipped school for the week and taken some photo lessons from you! Absolutely AMAZING! Jen and Ad are truly blessed to have found you to capture all of these wonderful memories!! Thank you!
Denise, you’re constantly making giggle. Anytime you want to skip school, move to house boat, and learn about picture taking let me know. I’m all over that. Thank you so much for your enthusiasm! Again. We had such a blast that week. Glad we met!
WOW! Really well done. I am always mesmerized by your work… I might be your biggest fan… it’s possible. I look forward to having you shoot my wedding one day!
Dear Ms. Starshine (and the future Mr. Starshine) THANK YOU! I will hold your date…indefinitely.Coming for you, also with a keen eye for story telling (to put it mildly), this is a huge compliment. Now, the questions is who will tell your love story in moving pictures?K
Beautiful as ever, Kate. I could feel the love and the fun shining through these shots. And I absolutely LOVE THOSE SUITS!!
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