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Montreal portrait & wedding photographer

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The official blog of Montreal portrait and wedding photographer Selena Phillips-Boyle. Explore her signature photojournalistic style and stay up to date on her latest wedding and portrait photography projects here.

Posts tagged Couple
Blog 73 : Abbie and Elaine

Bubble tea. Food court arcade. Futuristic elevators. A classic date at West Edmonton Mall. These spots are iconic yet simple, innocent yet goofy, especially when you remember that their first date was over ten years ago when Abbie and Elaine were still in high school.

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63 : Chris and Kate

Chris grabs Kate's hand in that beautiful moment of hesitation before people get comfortable in front of my lens. Then Chris does a simple thing: he kisses Kate's nose. I'm talking about a totally obnoxious, nose-crushing kiss. And it's perfect, Kate loves it. Wedding photography by Montreal photographer Selena Phillips-Boyle.

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61 : Eloïse + Ludovic

Eloïse and Ludovic join me along an intimate path with their energetic pups, Benji and Cléo. This couple's photo session was photographed by Montréal portrait photographer Selena Phillips-Boyle. Cet article de blogue sur la photographie de couple Life by Selena était créé par Selena Phillips-Boyle, photographe montréalaise.

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58 : Elizabeth & Jakob

In a spontaneous moment, Elizabeth grabs Jakob's hand and pulls him down a path. The hand is familiar, but the path is not. Elizabeth and Jakob have been together for years now, but it's their very first visit to Montréal together.

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56 : Andrea & Alex

Receiving Andrea and Alex's photo inquiry was as refreshing as a warm towel on a transatlantic flight. Our goal: capture some whimsical and puzzling double exposures of this cute couple, all in-camera. Montreal portrait and wedding photographer Selena Phillips-Boyle shares this photo session with Ottawa couple Andrea and Alex.

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42 : Tara and Tim

The door of the apartment opens to the warm welcome of Tara and Tim. I’ve recently been exploring «the home» as a photographic environment. Although the home has more visual distractions than the studio, I have been delighted with the increased intimacy of shooting in this space.

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35 : Jessa & Justin

It was a dare against the weather gods to plan outdoor shooting locations for an Edmonton wedding in October. I should have known better. Just days before the wedding I was on the phone with Jessa brainstorming possible indoor locations in the face of an imminent Edmonton blizzard.

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21 : Stephen and Ashlea

With guests all dolled up in their 1920s attire and the Retrofitz playing some timeless music, Stephen and Ashlea’s wedding was a splendid way to ring in 2016.

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