Canmore Wedding Photography
A wedding in Canmore, Alberta means endless adventure. We'll work together to create photographs that show the love you have for each other and those closest to you. Our Canmore, Alberta wedding photography packages include photographing your entire day from the pampering during your preparations through to the evening celebrations.
As you browse our site you will notice that there are no typical pose-and-shoot wedding portraits. That's because we believe a natural smile photographs better than a forced one and the greatest compliment we could receive is hearing that we captured the real story of your wedding. Our approach allows you to be yourself and you can trust us to give you wedding photographs that are unlike anyone else's.
How much are your wedding photography packages for Canmore ?
Please contact us for a detailed price guide for our wedding photography packages.
How soon can we see our wedding photographs after our day is over?
Normal viewing time is within four weeks of your wedding date or sooner. To ensure every image we provide you is perfect, our post-production generally requires about 30 hours of work. Albums can take an additional 20 hours, plus consultation time.
What is your approach to photographing weddings?
Remember those school portraits where you sat stiffly holding a smile for an eternity? Well... we are the exact opposite of that. We spend the time to get to know you, to find out the kinds of images that appeal to you and to understand the way you want to spend your day. We really want to know how to make sure you can relax and enjoy your wedding. Our team of photographers strives to create images that tell the unique story of your day. We want to give you images that are unlike anyone else's.
What is your style - are you photojournalism, fashion, fine art?
Actually, we offer a blend of all of the above, or you can pick just one and we will customize our style for your taste. Christina and Eunice are inspired by fashion photography, photojournalism and fine art.
What exactly does wedding photojournalism mean? Does this mean you never take posed or directed photos? What if we want some traditional portraits of our families and friends?
If you choose our wedding photojournalism approach we can be as hands off or as hands on as you like. Most people prefer to have their wedding day covered without intrustion, but still want to spend some time doing straight-forward posed family portraits and relaxed-yet-creative couple and wedding party portraits.
Do you ever take posed pictures before the wedding so we can spend more time with our guests after the ceremony?
Absolutely. Many people opt to do this and it does mean you can spend your entire wedding celelebration doing just that -- celebrating!
I look terrible in pictures. I'm worried about how I'll look in pictures on my wedding day.
We hear this all the time and that's why we take the pressure off "put your hands this way and your feet that way" and instead work on getting you to relax in front of the camera. Even during directed moments we will provide you with some straight-forward instructions that ensure you are acting naturally. Many of the people in our wedding gallery told us they were uneasy about having their picture taken and yet they all look like rock stars! I'll bet you won't be able to tell the people who were camera shy.
How can we meet with you to arrange a one-on-one consulation?
You are welcome to contact us with times that work for you and we will arrange a one-on-one phone consultation with you to discuss your wedding further and tell you more about how we work. To help us serve you better, please provide us with the location and date of your wedding.
We offer a full range of wedding photography services in Canmore, Alberta in the rocky mountains of Canada. Getting married in the rockies is a wonderful experience. If you choose FunkyTown Photography you will find experienced, talented and committed award-winning wedding photographers to photograph your wedding in the rocky mountains of Canada. We service the entire rocky mountain region of Canmore and Lake Louise, Alberta.