Last week-end, I spend Saturday supper in great company! I was kindly invite to photograph for the 2 capricieux. Food lovers, food bloggers, photographer amateurs and we were ready to have some fun. Great food. Great people. (Should I mention the great photography conversations too?)
J’arrive. C’est calme.
Poulet sur le poêle, vin et haricot en stand-by.
Moi en train de vanter les mérites de ma 50 mm.
Je me retrouve soudainement avec un flash prêté gentiment pour quelques minutes. (SB-600) Je trouves ça imposant. Je m’amuses à diffuser le flash.
Making of les oeufs farcis aux carottes, safran et pistaches.
Parce que l’art culinaire réside dans les détails.
Les super sandwichs à l’agneau, roquette, tomates et au cheddar. Un de mes coups de coeur de la soirée.
Le bonheur deux fois. Le bonheur 2 fois pour les 2 Capricieux!
Ma caméra espionne son alter-ego.
La photo concept. Les tapas. L’Espagne. Le made in Spain.
Finalement, la paella aux légumes, chorizo, jambon, poulet et crevettes.
Food blogging is definitely delicious!
Remember that wedding I was talking about in the last post? Here is Josée, a wonderful and such funny, successful woman.
Then Mom came see Josée. What a touching moment it was. (Je dois avouer que la mère était plus stressée que la fille!)
I followed the bride to Vicky’s house, her host for the day but also the woman who took care of everyone’s hair before.
Vicky’s dog was also excited. With around twenty something gals in the house, the atmosphere was so palpable yet serene.
What an amazing smile of hers. She looks so graceful, fully prepared, 100% committed.
Brother & sister met.
Snap some photos of the girls.
Such an original groom: love the fact that the reds were matching and that he wore such an impressive outift next to her amazing wedding dress.
I mean, what’s better than an eco-friendly, homemade and beautiful wedding? (L’idée des sapins à planter ça change tellement. Ça change tellement pour le mieux!)
They made this sculptor/table to hold their cupcakes!
Photographic business and wonderful ideas were held by few friends/photographers who acted like paparazzi. Indeed, fun. (Michelle, ta gloire de photographe! )
Loved the warmth and the convenience at former sugar shack Au Pied de la Colline!
So much romance and laughs at the same time! Thanks it didn’t rain too long.
Charles playing it cool.
One of my favourites, because of its environmental link to the newly weds.
Yummy cake! (Oui, du gâteau. Et aussi des cupcakes!)
Charles made each and every cupcake. With a little help from some others, he managed to get through all of these while Josée was the main wedding planner.
Then came the first dance. “Kiss from a rose”, by Seal, such a lovely, lovely song.
That’s it for now. (Did I mention the cupcakes were amazingly yummy or am I repeating again & again?)
Thanks for sharing such lovely moments with me, again. Bonne chance à vous deux! : )
After that teaser, here it is. Finally. My first wedding. From a friend from high school, I was designated the photographer for Catherine & Laurence’s Wedding. What an absolute pleasure it was to follow, share and immortalize those moments with them and their families on the 11th of July. I wish you guys the best for the future and your dreams accomplished.
Audrey Hepburn was in their kitchen, right above the note they’ve written “We’re getting married”. I loved their apartment!
Barbecue lunch, ready to get dressed.
Passing through laughs and cries, they finally managed to get happily married.
A cocktail was offered while it was raining outside.
We after went in Il Tignanello, a great Italian restaurant. (Jean Talon street) I especially liked the service we had.
Cupcakes were amazing!