I love road trips, whether they be across Canada with my wife or just travelling throughout Newfoundland. This shoot gave me the chance to return to a favourite spot of mine with lots of beautiful, rugged coastline, icebergs bobbing gently in the ocean surf and whales breaching in unspoiled nature. This time it was different... this time I had a group of grads waiting for me in a little town at the end of the road nestled next to the sea... I couldn't wait!
The shoot was planned for about 2 months and I was really hoping the weather was going to cooperate, but it's Newfoundland and the skies were dark, it was just above freezing and it rained, it drizzled, it was foggy and the wind was enough to blow the head off ya haha. At one point during the shoot one of the grads hands actually turned blue... blue as a smurf from the frigid chill and unforgiving wind coming up off the sea. They were all tough as nails though. Especially the girls. It was chilly enough to send all but the toughest scurrying back into their vehicles to warm up between shots.
I should mention that the white gazebo we did some of the shots in was perfect... being a huge fan of the Walking Dead show, I especially loved the sign nailed to the gazebo that said "Warning Zombies inside, enter at your own risk" haha... so random lol.
Enough chatter I suppose... check out just a few of the pics from their grad shoot! And thanks again for having me capture your awesome day!