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Sam Livermore

top 302016 Calgary (Canada)

Laughter and collaboration are my go-to tools to create comfort in front of the camera. I love what I do because I can let my imagination run wild as I am free to hone the ability to be artistic, creative and have a blast doing it. Whether it is on the top of a mountain in a full out blizzard or to the calm tranquility of the tropical shores, utilizing the personality of nature and the excitement of your subjects is sure to impress any spectator.

It is an extreme honour to be able to capture moments which will be cherished for a lifetime.

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This couple decided to get married at a gorgeous area called Mabel Lake in the interior of British Columbia. The small community has its own airstrip to get locals in and out of this secluded location. This River fed the beautiful lake which was the backdrop of their ceremony. Such a magical day and relaxed couple. I can see why they chose this spot to start their life together!

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This was a high risk/reward photo opportunity. Being a second shooter at this wedding you never know what kind of behind the scenes photos you'll take. This was taken on a chilly day before the first snowfall at the base of Mount Yamnuska in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The bride nearly froze to get this photo as she snuck a kiss from her new hubby. I just thank the heavens the boat didn't sink and they made it to shore!!

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As a Canadian, we don't get the crazy heat experienced in some of the arid areas of Californian wine country. I saw this location and thought this would be great spot to be able to get out of the blistering heat and into a shaded area after the 100 degree (38* if you are Canadian) outdoor ceremony. The Bride and Groom thanked me for giving them a little bit of a break from melting and once I took this, I felt as if I was a part of something that poets only write about.

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As a global destination wedding photographer this one was shot on the mountain at the top of Kicking Horse ski hill in British Columbia, The weather turned from bright and sunny day to a disasterous blizzard with drifting snow... after dinner, dancing and more than a fair share of Tequlia shots, I approached the Bride and Groom and asked them if they were up for just a FEW MORE photos. I told them that "you might get a little wet" or... this will be one of the best photos I'll ever take! I'm glad it was the latter. Interesting weather will always yeild interesting photos.

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