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Monthly Archives: September 2010

Welcome to Beautifoto’s photo of the week page. Here I will post something unique, artistic, or just plain cool! Enjoy!

This shot was taken in front of Montreal’s World Trade Center near the Old Port. I had this idea in mind when I shot this photo and finally I got around to executing it. Can you see what I am talking about? Look closely!:)

Here’s something I’ve meaning to blog about for a while now and I am finally getting around to doing it. A lot of people ask us if we do video too and I am here to answer that question; We do video too! We are not just another photo company with a not so great video service, we in fact are defining what it means to have a good video service. In our videos we try to capture not only the romance, but the fun and excitement of the wedding day in a way even grooms will have no problem sitting down to watch it over and over again.:)

While we use the most advanced video equipment and technologies to get the job done, we are not charging completely unreasonable prices for providing this service. Our videos have the same quality standards and workmanship that you have come to expect from our photography.

Here are a few samples of our work:

Loredana & Giulio’s Wedding Trailer!! 07.17.10 from Beautifoto on Vimeo.

Sara & Stavros, June 12th 2010 from Beautifoto on Vimeo.

Jessica and Landsay Wedding Video Trailer from Beautifoto on Vimeo.

Sheila and Julio Wedding Video Sneak Peak from Beautifoto on Vimeo.

We hope you’ve enjoyed watching those videos and we look forward to offering you the best wedding coverage Montreal has to offer!
Meet the Beautifoto video team:

Edit: So I found this review left by Awet (the bride) on Weddingwire.com which totally made my day! She gave me 5 stars out of 5  and she says:

“My god, what a great photographer!!!! The minute you meet this guy, you know he loves his work so much. He takes every shot with such passion, he makes you feel beautiful in a second. He is so easy to work with. We were nervous we didnt do our e-session and thought it might take some time getting used to posing but he makes it a piece of cake. I dont have the heart to give Ned a four star anywhere but he cost both our arms, our legs and our first born! Though this was the most expensive GREAT GREAT service we got ourselves for this wedding, i do not regret that at all because not only did I enjoy working with Ned, my guests kept praising his work every time they call to say how great a time they had at our wedding!! go conquer the world Ned!!!!! Hurry up with my pictures too!”

Here’s the link: http://www.weddingwire.com/wedding-forums/wedding-is-done-will-miss-obsessing-over-it-pics/df473a372086c337.html

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This last weekend was a very busy one for me. In 3 days I pretty much shot what amounts to 3 weddings and a total of 37.5 hours not to mention 5 more hours on driving alone.

The fact is I shot two weddings only, one of the two was over a period of two days and it was my first Ethiopian-Eritrean wedding ever! Now that I’ve survived (barely) to tell all about it, I can tell you one thing; these guys know how to party. The music is something else like I’ve never heard before, but by the second day, I was almost singing along to some of the them. The food too was incredible! Oh and did I mention it was held at Le Windsor, only one of Montreal most prestigious venues!

Here are some of the shots from this special wedding:

All the women from both families in Ethiopian traditional wear.

I was still working on my settings to capture this shot and I am glad I caught it since the skateboard broke right as he landed. I felt very guilty about that but was happy I got the shot.:)

Not everyone was able to keep going all night long…

Day two:

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