We are hosting a small fine art event at the studio on March 7, 2020 for kids and their precious items. Lovies or stuffies, toys or books – will be used in the fine art style to capture a photo of them that will blow those school photos out of the water.
Sessions like this are great for grandparent gifts on Mothers and Fathers day which are coming up fast. Keepsake portraits of the little humans who are growing up so fast under our own eyes and roofs.
If you would like to book one of the limited edition spaces you can reserve a spot connect with us here. For questions give us a shout @ 905.925.7529 or email@example.com.
Every time I walk through our rooms in the house I am falling back in love with experiences.
The first time our son ran a cross country race, the droplets of water that shook off him as he started the 1500 m in grade 4 and his recent graduation from grade school. The look on our middle son’s face as he danced ballet on stage for the first time, the love we have on our faces when we hugged on the grass near Cullen Central park during a family session. The crazy smile our third gives me every single time and I am worried one day will fade away.
Limited Space this fall.
From toddlers, to teens and in-betweens – we capture all the experiences – including that new puppy.
Water is a crazy place to try and take photos. As a photographer every fibre of your being tells you to keep your gear as far away from the wet stuff as you possibly can. In our professional water is death to my day to day gear.
Under water photography gear ranges from inexpensive $100 kid proof, water proof point up to skies the limit budgets for cases for professional bodies and lenses. We own a couple $100 versions, a GO PRO Hero 5 and of course my professional gear (but no cases – so they live above on the land).
Much like above the water – gear can give you an edge but the true magic is the artist using the gear. Under water requires a series of variables to create magical stories and portraits – clarity of the water, light, distance from subject – just to name a few.
So as the summer progresses we will continue to play above and below the water. We have a busy fall coming with the Downtown Whitby Beerfest and much more.
In this blog entry we want to introduce you to a new form of savings – the ‘Visual Savings Account’ by which family photos work to add to your emotional well being now and in the future. Much like an RRSP or TFSA or Savings Account family photos are a key building block in the foundation of your own families mental health.
We have cited before that family photos when printed and displayed on walls and in books add to a child’s sense of belonging in the home*. Our own clients often share how excited their children are looking back at the images we have captured for their experience.
So when facing the prospect of family photos we encourage you to budget for it as you do for concert tickets, travelling to Disney or sunny beaches and much like you do when investing in time at the Cottage. Leave a line item in your yearly budget for family photos and printing.
There will be a day when you thank yourself for this investment. A day when you are the head of the family and times with grandparents are relived. Days when you reconnect with the first steps of your son with your grandsons and your daughter’s first smile with her new wife, your new daughter in law.
It’s not easy to talk about losing people. My mom is the youngest of 6 and we have had to say goodbye to family I would dearly love to ask another question of, eat their food and give them a hug. What I do have are prints of images taken by someone who knew down the road this investment in time, in printing would mean I could revisit those experience for a moment. Recall their smile, their jokes and the joy they added to my life.
“Every time I leave a session I wonder how on earth she’s going to get anything decent out of our session. And then she invites us over and we see the magic of her photography. She pulls out every little aspect of our personalities, our expressions and joy, and captures it in a story of pictures. There is nothing more magical than having her photograph your family. You fall in love with your family, all over again.”
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Our family experiences start at $249 + HST – to book your experience and invest in your visual savings account visit: Connect
Trinity Design Photography was proud to be asked to be the event photographer at the Station Gallery in Whitby’s annual Drawing for Art 2019 fundraiser. This month, Station Gallery is celebrating its 26th annual Drawing for Art event, which is it’s signature fundraiser.
“The concept is simple. Early in the year, we put out a call to artists for donations—large, small, framed, unframed, any style or medium. Each year we are thrilled, and even humbled, by how generously the artist community responds. Prominent names in Canadian contemporary art have contributed this year, such as Darlene Cole, Akira Yoshikawa and Natalka Husar. We should note that these are artists whose works typically sell for multiple thousands of dollars through their commercial dealers, and you will have the chance to take home one of their works for only the price of your ticket! We are equally amazed by the contributions of emerging artists, too, and are proud to be a small part of their works becoming more widely recognized. Rising talents who have donated to this year’s event include Barbara Barrett, Wade Belbin and Alyssa Corbett.” – SG Website
“The energy at the gallery on the night of Drawing for Art is simply electric. The air is alive with the thrill of our guests anticipating their number being called. Adding an interesting element to the night is the way in which different artistic tastes flavour the overall atmosphere. After all, one painting might move someone profoundly, whereas another may appeal intensely to someone else. To see the ways in which these different tastes intermingle on one special night is truly remarkable.” – SG Website
Jennifer Santos has a 15 year career working at the Durham Region currently working in Digital Marketing and Community Relations department as a Manager, Communications (Social Media, Web, Engagement and Special Projects). She came to us to refresh her personal brand head shots for LinkedIn and other social media tools.
We used a favourite Whitby location, the new, modern and hip coffee shop Brock St. Espresso on the main street in Whitby. Owned by David and Lorena Purchase this new hot spot has a clean, modern look, lots of historical and modern touches and most importantly espresso. Inside and out this space has lots of great places to tell a modern, professional story.
Using the lively colours of the downtown storefront’s in Whitby in tandem with this green dress we created a fresh look for Jennifer. In our discussions Jennifer wanted to use the urban setting of downtown to capture her story. We used the brighter colours to compliment her personal brand which is strong and welcoming.
What this portrait does not tell you is as we captured this a local who lives in the apartment in front of where Jennifer was standing walked out. Jennifer never blinked an eye!