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edmonton river valley couples session Tracey Jazmin

Edmonton River Valley Couples Session

Being a wedding photographer in Edmonton, it’s obvious that I love photographing couples but it’s not often that I get to shoot a couples session when a couple isn’t engaged. I was so excited to hear from Rhiannon when she wanted just that – an Edmonton River Valley couples session with her boyfriend Aarron. It was …

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Edmontons accidental beach engagement photos holding hands Tracey Jazmin

Engagement Photos at Edmontons Accidental Beach

Since Winter has officially landed on our doorstep, I thought we would take a little trip back to summer with Nikki and Paul’s engagement session. Next year, they’re getting married in the Philippines but wanted to have a piece of Edmonton in their engagement photos. For them, Edmonton is a place that has a soft …

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edmonton engagement photos Tracey Jazmin

Edmonton Engagement Photos

Kristin and Taylor’s Edmonton engagement photos are some of my absolute favourite I’ve ever photographed! Why? The golden hour, sunset light. It was the perfect addition to the already amazing people that they are. They picked a location that was sentimental to them. It was a place they were familiar with and confident in (even …

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jasper engagement photos Tracey Jazmin wedding photographer

Jasper Engagement Photos

One of my favourite things about being a wedding photographer in Edmonton is when couples book me for Jasper engagement photos. Heading to the Rocky Mountains be it in Jasper, Banff, Canmore or Kananaskis always leaves me feeling refreshed and with a new found inspiration. Karen and Graham knew since their first coffee date when …

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storm mountain lodge engagement photos Tracey jazmin

Storm Mountain Lodge Engagement

“This was the one, right here!” she said as she pointed to the East Pine cabin at Storm Mountain Lodge, the very place he had proposed nestled within the Rocky Mountains on the border of Alberta and British Columbia. Brendan and Margaret chose the Storm Mountain Lodge because it was a place that had a …

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