Why I love what I do!

I absolutely LOVE what I do – every single part of it. The joy that we get from hanging out with the coolest couples on one of the most important days of their lives is beyond words. I was recently interviewed by a Niagara College student for a project that he was doing. Some of the questions I was asked were:

– What made you want to become a wedding photographer?
– What motivates you to do your best on the wedding day?
– Why is wedding photography so important?

When I was answering the questions, it really got me thinking. Don’t get me wrong -I know all my answers to all of these questions, but I’ve never actually written them down before, and doing gave me a whole new love and appreciation for what I do. I consider myself to be extremely fortunate that I am able to do something that I love for a living. I think that that is hard to come by these days. Everyone is always complaining of “the case of the Mondays” or “Thank god it’s Friday” – but I’m the opposite! I love being a wedding and portrait photographer and I love every part of my job!

I received an e-mail, yesterday, from Ashley (remember Ashley & Pat?). She came over yesterday morning to pick up her and Pat’s wedding album, and after she had gotten it home and really sat to absorb it, she wrote me this e-mail:

Wow… Bryan… our album is beyond words.
It’s so beautiful, i just can’t keep it closed.
You and Allison did such a GREAT job.
We can’t possibly thank you both enough. You have truely captured every emotion felt on our wedding day.
You have created a display that sends us back to each moment and have made it truely memorable.
Thank you again for everything, you guys are wonderful people and I know we will be in touch for a very long time.
Thank you for making our memories so amazing,
Love the Campbells <3

Like – WOW! How do I even comment or respond to that? It’s e-mails like this and clients like Ashley and Pat that make me so passionate about what I do!

We’ve got a whole whack of albums and prints coming in and out of the studio this week, and I am going to take a whole whack of photos of them for a blog post later on today – check back soon!

In the meantime, check out a few of my favourite spreads from Ashley and Pat’s album … I hope that you enjoy them! ]]> Niagara Wedding and Portrait Photographer - Bryan Caporicci Photography
Niagara Wedding and Portrait Photographer - Bryan Caporicci Photography
Niagara Wedding and Portrait Photographer - Bryan Caporicci Photography

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