Well, I know it’s a tad late to do the annual “Top images of the year” post.  But we’re heading out to our first wedding of the season this weekend so I thought I could squeeze it in to help celebrate the kick off of a new season.  We’ve already had a great start to 2017 with amazing family sessions (like some of the best ones we’ve ever had).  So it’s going to be a good year 🙂  And that’s not to diminish 2016 because it was ahhhhhmazing!!!  So it feels impossible trying to pick out “favourite” images from a whole year of shooting.  I easily picked a few hundred initially 🙁  And taking out images feels like cutting off limbs.  So I decided to pick just my fave 16 of ’16 or else this post would be HUGE!!!  So in a way, this doesn’t feel complete to say my only Favourites, it’s just the “best” favourites.

There are still lots and lots of weddings from the vault to share and of course more complete posts of these weddings and shoots are still to come.  But since I’m slow with blogging these days let’s just start with these ones shall we.

A HUGE HUGE HUUUUUUGE thank you to all of the wonderful people who trusted us and choose us to capture their memories last year.  It was such a wonderful year getting to know everyone and of course making pretty images for you to cherish.

So these aren’t in any ranking order… but we will start off with one that is near and dear to my heart.  This first image is a fave FOR SURE simply because it’s of my sister and her husband 🙂  They got married last summer and it was such a lovely day.  I didn’t actually take the pics on the wedding day because I wanted to be there to enjoy it, experience it and help her out.  But she’s so beautiful and has the best smile so this image I took during their engagement will always melt my heart.

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This image – GAH – makes my heart swoon

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THESE SHOOOOOEEEESSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!

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And last but certainly not least, this image, I LOVE IT, I ADORE IT, MY HEART SKIPS A BEAT!!!  And I have no idea why but to me it’s perfection.

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TO ANOTHER YEAR…

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ATTENTION ALL BEAUTIFUL MOMMAS!!!!

Mother’s day is coming!!! And I’m so grateful for all the wonderful moms I have in my life.  I’ve met so many wonderful ladies in the community either as clients who have already trusted me to capture memories of their family or just from being out and about and meeting awesome mommas as we navigate this journey of parenthood.  So we want to give back and celebrate all of you.  Especially those who are in the thick of raising the little ones.  So I’m soooooooooooooooo excited to announce that this year I’m teaming up with the amazing Kristin at Posy here in North Van and we are giving away the loveliest mother’s day gift!!!

ENTER TO WIN A ONE HOUR FAMILY SESSION WITH JENN BEST AND A BOUQUET OF FLOWERS FROM POSY!!!

PRIZE VALUED AT ($550)

HOW IT WORKS

RULES:

  1. WE LOVE ALL MOMMA’S AND BIG KIDS AND SMALL KIDS.  BUT FOR THIS GIVEAWAY PLEASE ENTER A MOMMA WHOSE CHILD(REN) IS/ARE UNDER THE AGE OF 12 (You can enter yourself)**
  2. SESSION IS INTENDED FOR THE IMMEDIATE FAMILY OF THE WINNING MOMMA (MOMMA WITH HER KIDS AND SPOUSE/PARTNER)
  3. SESSION WON INCLUDES A ONE HOUR ON LOCATION SESSION WITH JENN BEST AND A FINISHED COLLECTION OF 50-70 EDITED DIGITAL IMAGES TO BE DELIVERED IN AN ONLINE GALLERY (VALUED AT $500)
  4. NO PHYSICAL PRINTED IMAGES ARE INCLUDED
  5. SESSION MUST TAKE PLACE WITHIN THE LOWER MAINLAND BEFORE AUGUST 31, 2017*
  6. PRIZE ALSO INCLUDES A FLORAL BOUQUET FROM POSY (BOUQUET MAY DIFFER FROM ONE SHOWN) TO BE PICKED UP FROM THE POSY BOUTIQUE IN NORTH VANCOUVER BY CLOSING ON SUNDAY MAY 14, 2017
  7. WINNER MUST SIGN A MODEL RELEASE ALLOWING IMAGES TO BE USED BY JENNBEST PHOTOGRAPHY AND POSY ON INSTAGRAM, FACEBOOK, WEBSITE AND BLOG POSTS
  8. PRIZE IS NOT EXCHANGEABLE FOR CASH VALUE OR TRANSFERABLE TO ANOTHER PERSON

    HOW TO ENTER:

CHOOSE ONE OR UP TO ALL SIX METHODS TO ENTER.

You can enter as many mommas with kids under 12 as you would like (So you can enter yourself and all your best momma friends – BE SURE TO ENTER YOURSELF)**.  If you are entering more than one momma, EACH momma can be entered through all six options.

  1. LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW WITH THE MOMMA’S NAME AND WHAT YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT HER OR MEMORIES WOULD BE NICE TO HAVE CAPTURED
  2. FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM AT https://www.instagram.com/jennbestphotography/ and leave a comment on a giveaway post.  Leave the momma’s name, or your own name, (better yet, tag her or yourself) and tell me what you love about her, your journey as a mother or memories that would be amazing to have captured.
  3. FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK AT https://www.facebook.com/JennBestPhotography/ and leave a comment on a giveaway post.  Leave the momma’s name, or your own name, (better yet, tag her or yourself) and tell me what you love about her, your journey as a mother or memories that would be amazing to have captured.
  4. FOLLOW POSY ON INSTAGRAM AT https://www.instagram.com/posyhome/ and leave a comment on a giveaway post.  Leave the momma’s name, or your own name, (better yet, tag her or yourself) and tell me what you love about her, your journey as a mother or memories that would be amazing to have captured.
  5. FOLLLOW POSY ON FACEBOOK AT https://www.facebook.com/Posyflowers/ and leave a comment on a giveaway post.  Leave the momma’s name, or your own name, (better yet, tag her or yourself) and tell me what you love about her, your journey as a mother or memories that would be amazing to have captured.
  6. BUY A ONE HOUR FAMILY SESSION FOR THE MOMMA YOU LOVE FROM JENN BEST BY EMAILING JENN@JENNBEST.CA AND YOU WILL AUTOMATICALLY BE ENTERED TO WIN YOUR SESSION AND YOUR FEE WILL BE REIMBURSED SHOULD YOU WIN

WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED THE MORNING OF FRIDAY  MAY 12, 2017 – THE FRIDAY BEFORE MOTHER’S DAY.  WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON JENN BEST PHOTOGRAPHY’S INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT, FACEBOOK PAGE AND THIS BLOG POST.  THE WINNER HAS 48 HOURS TO CONTACT JENN BEST TO CLAIM THE PRIZE OR A NEW WINNER WILL BE DRAWN.

AND IF YOU NEED LOVELY LOVELY LOVELY FLOWERS FOR MOTHER’S DAY – CONTACT THE LOVELY LADIES AT POSY.  SUCH A GREAT FLORAL BOUTIQUE HERE IN THE HEART OF LYNN VALLEY.  THEY ALSO SELL BEAUTIFUL GIFTS AND YUMMY TREATS.  SO PICK UP SOMETHING LOVELY FOR YOUR MOMMA!!!

PLEASE SHARE AND TELL ALL THE AWESOME MOMMA’S  YOU KNOW SO THEY CAN ENTER AND HAVE A CHANCE TO WIN!!!

AND HAPPY EARLY MOTHER’S DAY TO ALL YOU LOVELY MOMMA’S YOUNG AND OLD, WITH LITTLES AND BIG LITTLES TOO, TO THOSE WHO ARE SURROGATE MOMMAS, WANTING TO BE MOMMAS, HAVE LOST LITTLES AND WILL ALWAYS BE MOMMAS AND TO ALL WHO LOVE  – WE’RE SO PROUD OF YOU!!!

 

 

  • *Session will be scheduled within the availability of JENNBEST PHOTOGRAPHY.  Many dates may be unavailable due to pre-booked weddings, sessions and events.  Session availability can occur on weekdays or weekends.  There is the possibility (BUT NO GUARANTEE) that the winning session could take place in Victoria or the Greater Victoria area if the session can occur on select dates when travel to the area is already scheduled.  Otherwise if a session cannot occur on those select dates than the session must take place in the Greater Vancouver Area.
  • **No previous purchase necessary.  And if you are already a member of the JENNBEST PHOTOGRAPHY family, please feel free to enter.  Even if you’ve had a session recently.  We would love to see you again and update and add to your family memories.  SO ENTER ENTER ENTER one and all (with little kids :P)
**EDITED TO ADD**  **CONTEST CLOSED**

A big, big, big thank you to everyone who entered the giveaway.  Thank you to everyone who took the time to enter and leave comments.  It was so lovely to see so many of the wonderful momma’s who are already a part of the Jenn Best Photography family be entered or enter themselves.  And I feel like I especially want to thank the mom’s who entered themselves.  You don’t need to feel self conscious about that at all, I wish more mom’s did enter themselves.  I believe photos are so important and they serve as memories and stories for our children.  I know that I love to look back at pictures from my childhood and see photos of my mom.  Especially now that I’m a mom.  So please, if you entered and didn’t win, or even if you didn’t get the chance to enter, please contact us to do a session because having photos WITH YOU IN THEM is so so so sooooo important for you and your children.  HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY EVERYONE!!!!!!! I hope it’s a beautiful day for you where you feel loved and know how special you are to your children.  LOVE YOU MOM!!!

DRUMROLLLLLLLLLLLL… And the winner is…. Chandra Widman!!! Yipeeeee!!!!! There will be a lovely bouquet and card waiting for you at Posy here in Lynn Valley in North Vancouver.

And if you need to pick out some gorgeous flowers for mom for mothers day – be sure to go to Posy if you’re in North Vancouver.  They have sooooo many gorgeous things not just flowers.

And if you want to check out our tiny assistant drawing the winning name check out our instagram stories.

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It’s just a few days until Christmas and I’m feeling lucky that we’ve gotten most of our preparations, shopping and decorating all ready.  Although we still have to visit Santa.  Unfortunately Hubs and I are both under the weather.  Baby was sick last week and now she’s passed it on to us.  One of those Christmas presents that keeps on giving over Christmas.  SIGH!!!  But the good thing is that it’s forcing us to rest more and take it easy.  So we’re getting to enjoy our cozy Christmas atmosphere in our little pad.  I just love all the twinkling sparkling lights!

Just thought I’d share a few shots of our cozy Christmas in case anyone wants some last minute inspiration.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Everyone!!!

 

(Mirrored Star, beaded letter ornaments and feather wreath from West Elm / Gold pillow, star string lights, grey faux fur stocking, wooden letter ornaments and white faux fur blanket from Chapters-Indigo / Polar Bear stocking and sparkly picture ornament from Pottery Barn Kids / Diamond string lights from The Cross Design and Decor / Wooden snow flake decor item from Winners / wooden snowflake ornaments from Anthropologie / sparkly gold star ornament from Crate and Barrel / Letter Balloon ornament from Urban Outfitters / Wooden star garland and Illume Candle from Posy Home)

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It’s SNOOOWWWWINNNGGGGG!!!!

As I write this the big fluffy stuff is falling outside.  This is the second snowfall we’ve had this week and it’s pretty rare to get snow in the city of Vancouver period, let alone 2 snowfalls in ONE WEEK!!! Normally you have to head up the local mountains to find the snow.  It’s amazing!!! And feels super magical, cozy and Christmasy.  Since the snow was so lovely today our little fam jam headed out to play in the gorgeous white fluffy stuff (it actually was fluffy, not the wet, heavy rainy kind we usually get – yippppeeeeee).

It dawned on me while I was capturing fun moments of my daughter that maybe some of you would like some tips so you could do the same.  Snow is actually a bit of a tricky subject.  I know it can be a bit frustrating for those of you who are newer to photography or who just shoot in automatic settings.    Have you ever been excited to take a picture of your kids playing in the snow, having an absolute blast, only to have THIS happen (see below).

UGH!!!  Yeah! Not fun.  The first time I got super dark and grey photos like these ( a looooooong time ago) I thought our camera was broken.  It was a while before I learned enough about photography to figure it out.  So don’t feel bad if you’ve been disappointed or confused about your photo ability when this happened.  There’s nothing wrong with your camera.  It’s just how the camera works.  They’re not always that smart you know.  I boss my camera around all the time, shooting in manual and telling it what to do.

So, There’s a big technical explanation for what’s going on here.  It’s a bit much to get into in this little boggity post.  But all you need to know, is that when it comes to snow, the camera sees a whole lot of white and says “no one would want a picture of just white” and so it makes the picture darker.  But we dooooooooo want the picture to be all white.  So, what to do?  What to do?  Find some tips below to not only deal with this little problem, but also to help you take better pictures in the snow anyway.  Let me know in the comments if any of the tips help you.

(The two above photos were taken in P (Program) Mode with no exposure compensation or anything, just straight auto with no post processing)

(The below photos were all taken with a manual exposure where I was overexposing from what the meter was telling me to shoot.  Some slight post processing was applied)

GETTING READY TIPS

TIP ONE:  DRESS WARM + APPROPRIATELY.

There’s nothing like freezing your buns off while trying to take photos.  Dressing warm may seem like a no brainer but I thought I should state the obvious anyway.  Also wearing snow pants when your outside with the kiddos is great so you can get down and play with them as well as get great angles without worrying about getting cold and wet.   The biggest tip, wear half finger gloves like these or these where you can fold back the mitten part so that you can actually work the camera and take photos.  Bonus is you can cover your fingers and keep your hands warm when needed.  But don’t forget that these gloves are no good for actually playing in the snow.   Maybe bring a good snow pair too when it’s time to put away the camera and play with your kiddos.

TIP TWO: KEEP THE CAMERA AS DRY AS POSSIBLE

Depending on the camera you have, it will have varying levels of weatherproofing.  From None-at-all to could-survive-a-hurricane.  But unless you’re using a professional camera, its safer to say that you’re closer to the don’t-get-it-too-wet side.  So, if it’s snowing out when you’re taking pictures you can cover it with a rain cover if you want to be safe.  There are a few cheep options online here or here (Please note, I’ve NEVER used either of these products.  I’m just making a few suggestions that I know are available on the market.  You can also buy much more high quality covers than these so please visit your local camera store for recommendations and options).  Or just try to keep it out of the snow as much as possible.  Just be aware that you need to keep an eye on your camera and how wet it’s getting.  Another thing I tend to do is wear a big snowboarding jacket because it has lots of room inside for me to actually hide my camera when I’m not shooting.  I can keep it around my neck and just tuck it inside the coat and then voila, grab it quickly to shoot again.  So any coat that’s big enough to allow you to keep it covered is great.  But it’s not the best if you’re needing to pick up your kids and such.  I have to be extra careful to tuck it off to the other side of my body as I would carry my daughter.  So be sure to have a covered and weatherproof camera bag handy if you prefer to keep it dry.  I just find the bags to be a bit cumbersome.  Just do what works for you.  Be sure to dry it off ASAP.

TIP THREE:  LENSES DON’T LIKE SNOWFLAKES

May be obvious, but try to keep your lens pointed down when you’re not shooting.  I know some people have the tendency to hold their cameras facing upwards while they’re not taking pics.  This will just let your lens get covered in snow.  So remember to keep it pointed down but also keep a lens cloth on hand to dry it off.  You don’t want water droplets on your lens.  Unless you’re going for that blurry effect.

TIP FOUR:  USE YOUR LENS HOOD

Piggybacking off of tip three, use your lens hood. That funny open cup thing that came with your lens, to keep any access snow from getting on the lens.  It’s really meant more for blocking and controlling light streaming into your lens.  But it’s also great for keeping rain and snow from flying into your lens.

ACTUALLY TAKING PHOTOS TIPS

Okay, remember earlier, I was telling you how un-smart your camera is when it comes to taking pics in the snow.  Well, these next few tips should help.  But all you need to know, is that when it comes to snow, the camera sees a whole lot of white and says “no one would want a picture of just white” and so it makes the picture darker.  You need to tell it to shove off and leave the picture white.  To do this, you need to override the camera and there are a few ways to do so.  Keep reading and see which one you think will be best for you.

TIP FIVE: USE YOUR SHORTCUTS

Depending on what type of camera you have, your camera should come with shortcuts.  Say whaaaatttt?!?!?!  Yup, if you’re lucky your camera has come with a whole bunch of cheater ways to take better pics without actually having to know all the technical stuff.  Point and shoot cameras come with the best shortcuts.  And most of the new ones should come with a “SNOW” mode for taking pictures.  You will probably find this under your SCENE (or possibly SCN) mode on your camera.  Depending on the camera you have these could be on the dial on top of the camera or may have to be accessed through your menu.  But if you quickly scan your manual you should easily find it.  The icon is usually a snowflake or a snowman so it’s pretty self explanatory that this will help you take better photos.  Just turn the camera to snow mode and you’re set.

TIP SIX: USE EXPOSURE COMPENSATION

So if your camera doesn’t come with a snow scene shortcut then you’re going to have to do some technical maneuvers.  If you’re not comfortable shooting in manual mode (like I do) then you will most likely need to use exposure compensation in one of the semi-automatic modes.  Remember automatic mode gets you into dark grey murky land so you have to venture away from auto mode to avoid the problem.  Don’t worry it’s not as scary as it feels.   These modes will let the camera do all the thinking, but you can still boss it around and tell it to change a few things.  You can use Program mode which is automatic mode but you can override the settings.  You don’t have to do much, just set up the exposure compensation.  Or you can use Aperture priority mode (AV mode for CANON or A mode for NIKON) and this will let you set exposure compensation AND choose the aperture (which controls how much of your picture is in focus).  Last, you can use Shutter priority mode (TV Mode for CANON or S mode for NIKON) which will let you choose the shutter speed of how fast your camera shutter opens and closes.

For beginners, I recommend Program mode.  For those who feel comfortable taking more control, I recommend Aperture priority so you can choose a larger aperture and get more of a blurry background.

Once you’ve selected which semi-automatic mode you want, then follow your manual’s instructions to set the exposure compensation.  Basically you want to tell your camera to expose one (+1) or two (+2) stops over what it thinks it should take the picture at.  This way the snow will be white and not dark grey.  You may even need more stops of overexposure but play around and look at your LCD to ensure your snow pics look like snow pics.

TIP SEVEN: GET DOWN AND DIRTY

Ahem, with your perspective.  I always think it’s better to get down on the level of the people I am photographing.  So for my daughter, I’m down in the snow with her when I take her picture.  Not standing over her shooting down on the top of her adorable little toque.  So remember, kneel, sit, crouch, whatever you want.  But getting down on the ground allows you to catch their expressions and experience.  A way better way to capture memories.

TIP EIGHT: SHOOT A LOT

If you’re learning,  just take a lot of pictures.  That allows you to learn quickly.  Experiment, take some in one mode, then maybe push your exposure compensation higher and see what that looks like.  Or shoot in P mode then switch to AV mode.  Be brave.  Shoot lots.

TIP NINE:  HAVE FUN + PLAY WITH YOUR KIDS

You’re capturing memories.  You’re playing in the snow.  HAVE FUN!!! The more fun you have, the more fun will show in your pictures.  And you want your kids to actually remember doing these things with you, not just of you taking pictures.  If you’re spouse or partner or big kid or someone is with you, give them the camera SO THAT YOU CAN BE IN THE PICTURES TOO!!! This is about how your kids will remember this time too.   You want them to remember you being there.  That’s what is really most important.  And sing some Christmas carols, gets great smiles if you’re extra silly while singing.

TIP TEN: DON’T FORGET THE SNOWMAN ACCESSORIES

Don’t be like us and build a snowman and then realize you’ve got noting to make his face because it’s all buried in the snow.  HA HA!!! Bring a couple rocks, buttons, a carrot for a nose, maybe even a scarf and toque.  Have fun.  Build a snowman.

Enjoy playing in the snow.

And please, please, pretty please, let me know if any of these help you.

And if you’re interested in my upcoming photo classes for beginners and intermediates, please send me an email to jenn@jennbest.ca with the subject “PHOTO CLASS INTEREST” to get info sent directly to you.

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I have to admit.  I am absolutely no good with horror and gore so Halloween has not always been my favourite holiday.

But since having my daughter I feel like I’m getting more into the spirit of all of the holidays.  I really love the idea of creating family traditions and Halloween actually has some great ones.  And really, I mean, when I got to dress her up last year as the MOST ADORABLE LITTLE UNICORN I EVER SAW!!!! I kinda fell in love with Halloween.  This year costumes are a whole different issue as she’s not exactly a fan of wearing one.  Annnnyyywwaaayyy….

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We got to take her to her first pumpkin patch this yearand I think my favourite memory will be of her standing in the pumpkin patch with an amazed look saying “sooooo many” over and over again.

I was all excited for us to have our first pumpkin carving experience this year too but really, baby had pretty much NOOOOO interest in that process.  So I did it by myself.  Oh, well.  She definitely liked the result and loves lighting the candle in the pumpkin.  And seeing her face light up when looking at her kitty cat pumpkin is pretty cute.

So even though you could NOT pay me to go to a haunted house (I can’t even watch things on tv about haunted stuff), I’m still loving Halloween and we’re doing it our way.  You know, the baby and momma friendly way.   In our house this year, it’s about the white pumpkins, sparkly spiders, black and white decor, kitty cat pumpkins, cute owls, spiders, bats and black cats, Baby in her costume (even if only for 2 minutes) and trips to the pumpkin patch.  Oh and the halloween treats that are absolutely addictive because seriously, who can ever eat just one of those little suckers.

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