12
2 years 1 month 9 days with us

John Park

top 302016 Toronto (Canada)

Love all things beautiful and sweet.

I feel blessed to be part of every wedding I shoot. Aside from creating breath-taking imageries, as your story-teller of your wedding day, I want to help you remember your precious day in the most beautiful way possible!

I would love to meet you and talk about your wedding day over a cup of coffee (or hot chocolate) and see what I can do for your wedding day!

minimum price 500 $ for 1 hour of work
  • Awards
  • Gallery
John Park About

Late night into the reception, the balcony on the second floor of the hall provided the opportunity for this shot. While this shot was being taken, the guests were dancing on the first floor, however by bringing down the ambient and using the lights in the ceiling as the symmetric elements, it provided for a 'quiet' moment shot of the couple of our wonderful couple, Kaitlyn and Habib.

14 collection
John Park About

This was a moment to remember! This was during the candle ceremony (Palestinian wedding tradition) at Kaitlyn and Habib's wedding. In order to capture this shot, I had to run up to the second floor balcony while trusting that Veronica will be able to capture the shots while I was moving up to the second floor. This shot was only possible for the trust and the teamwork we have formed over the years.
As for Kaitlyn and Habib, I am so happy that this shot was captured for them to be cherished forever!

14 collection
John Park About

Monique and Joe are a wonderful couple who is also very organized when it came to their wedding day planning. However, weather on the wedding day is one thing that you can not have control over 100%. Nevertheless, Monique and Joe were prepared! With the possibility of rain on their wedding day, we had discussed a contingent plan for the photoshoot location. Centennial Park Conservatory in Etobicoke was the back up location and it was a great choice! With the overcast day with rain, there wasn't much directional light inside the conservatory so the shot was created using a medium sized soft box with a speedlite to the right of the camera to create some direction and texture for the environment. In the end, with all the greens and the gentle flow of the veil, Monique and Joe had been instantly transferred to a tropical island for this photo.

13 collection
John Park About

First kiss marks the beginning for a couple under the blessing of all those attending the wedding. It is a significant moment for the couple especially when it can be captured with the congregation for the wedding! The use of a wide angle lens was to accentuate the moment between the couple while capturing all their beloved guests! This shot was taken at the chapel of Doctor's House in Kleinburg, Ontario.

12 collection
John Park About

This shot was taken very close to where the couple live. They walk this street often and it provided a significant landmark, CN Tower, in the background. A telephoto lens was used to bring the CN tower into the scene via the lens compression. The whimsical yet romantic movement by the couple suited well with the setting and the couple was incredibly happy to capture such romantic moment so close to their home. This image was taken in Toronto, Ontario.

12 collection
John Park About

Graydon Hall Manor in Toronto, Ontario is one of the most beautiful wedding venues. The manor itself is beautiful but they also have a stunningly magnificent garden as well. When I saw the garden from the manor, this image struck in my mind like a lightening bolt! The bride and groom, Rana and Robert, danced wonderfully and the bride literally glowed under the sun!

11 collection
John Park About

After Judy and Chris' beautiful ceremony at Trinity College Chapel at University of Toronto, we had the main quad all to ourselves. It was the perfect opportunity to create an image that reflected the fun and playful nature of the couple while showing off the beautiful architecture! The idea for this image came about by bring elements of the anime "Dragonball Z" and the arcade game "Street Fighter" together. However, without the energy and the flexibility of the bridal party (look at the groomsmen!), this image would not have been possible!

11 collection
John Park About

Trinity college at University of Toronto is one of the most beautiful locations for a wedding. As we were walking around searching for the perfect location for our couple's portrait session on their wedding day, the symmetry and the classic architecture at the front lobby was too beautiful to pass by. The location provided the perfect backdrop for a fairy-tale love story for our couple - Judy and Chris!

10 collection
John Park About

Judy and Chris are a fun-loving couple and they had a wedding party to match that perfectly! This image was the final image of the series where Chris was 'reeling in' Judy with his favourite fishing rod. The idea for the shot came from Chris' love for fishing and the playful nature of the entire wedding party. The selfie by one of the groomsmen, Matthew (the groom's younger brother), was the perfect representation of how much fun the entire wedding party was!

10 collection
John Park About

When we found this mansion in downtown Toronto, this shot was begging to be taken! Dancing came naturally with Andrea and Alistair. Thank you guys for this wonderful shot!

9 collection
John Park About

Elia and Calvin is such a cute couple, you can't help but adore how they are together. Calvin's interest in architecture fitted perfectly with this background - a harmony between the grandeur and cuteness!

9 collection
John Park About

1 collection
Please wait
0%
Loading
0
from
0
Photographer has no stories