Hi everyone! I just wanted to give a little update here! You can now find me at my website www.kaylahillphotography.ca
It’s been a really long time since my last post. Things have been crazy busy, but I have some photos to share with you tonight :). I took these photos of a fellow photographer with his adorable daughter a few weeks ago! Check them out below. Also check out his website here http://www.cardozophotography.com
It has been a while since my last post! I have been busy doing a lot of shoots and working on my new official website (I will be posting the link soon!). I have lots of new photos to share, starting with this post today. I had to do a wedding photoshoot set up by one of my teachers at Seneca. We had an hour to shoot these 2 wonderful couples in the Downsview United Church last friday. We had a lot of fun, I was a little worried about getting enough photos in only an hour, but we got more than enough to create a 20 page album for the assignment! I am finding myself really enjoying wedding photography, much more than I expected!
Sunday was cold. Really cold. Like the air hurts your face and you don’t know why you left your house cold. But I am very glad I did leave my house! I got to join in on a photoshoot that was a lot of fun! We tried to minimize the amount that we had to be outside, mostly for our models sake haha!! It was definitely worth it as we got some great shots 🙂
Model: Natasha Fisher
Makeup: Pakeeza Hashemi
Hair: Reilly Gray
and some behind the scenes 🙂
check out pictures from the awesome photographer who organized the whole day click here –> Maya Sherwood Photography
A friend of mine from school invited me to join her on a shoot she was doing this past weekend with a model she met on Model Mayhem. I had such a great time, and got some really great photos of this beautiful lady 🙂 It is really awesome meeting other people who are also interested in the industry, and are in this learning process with me, I am so happy I decided to go to Seneca! Sadly after all this outside shooting lately I have gotten a pretty nasty cold and lost my voice, but that just gives me more of an excuse to stay in bed and edit photos 😉 Hope everyone is staying warm and healthy!
Recently I had to do an engagement photoshoot assignment for my Wedding and Event Photography class. I was lucky to photograph two of my awesome friends, who are not actually engaged, but are an adorable couple! We headed to the University of Toronto and shot outside of Hart house, which is gorgeous! It was cold, but these two did an amazing job and we got some awesome shots!
One of my assignments due later this week is to use focus stacking to create an image. I remember reading about this technique a long time ago and having no idea what it meant, so I am glad we learned it in school. It turns out it is actually a really awesome way to get super sharp images! Here is my first attempt. I did this at home using my tripod, a speedlight and a piece of white bristol board 🙂