Feeder Flower Farm is a beautiful farm in Wainfleet, Ontario. Back in September, it was the perfect setting for a photography workshop called “Changing the Lens”.
This inclusivity workshop was not a regular photography workshop. It mainly focused on how to be intentionally inclusive – or just how to do it better—since we believe that equality matters.
The title “Changing the Lens” is less about the actual photography gear and more about understanding the lenses of different systems, those that are impacted by them, and how we can make changes in our industry (and beyond) to better serve all individuals and couples. Therefore, how can we make a conscious effort to ensure we are all included?
I’m so happy that I was able to take part in this amazing workshop. Learn more about inclusivity, get inspired, and simply meet other creative people who also believe that love is love. Whenever I have the chance, I take opportunities to learn more. This is not only as a photographer but also as a person. If I want to capture people’s emotions and create memories, I also want to make sure that I grow and improve every single day.
I believe that all love is equal! I make sure my photography is inclusive, and I’m always happy to photograph weddings of same-sex couples and different traditions/religions. To me, photography is a way to narrate unique love stories that make this world a little bit better place to live.
Planning/Coordinating: Honey And Lux
Venue & Florals: Feeder Flower Farm
Stationary: Red Bicycle Paper Co.
Hair & Makeup: Victoria Rendon Beauty
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This beautiful session at Feeder Flower Farm, Ontario was photographed by Monika from Everglow Photography. Voted as Best Wedding Photographer in Toronto, Canada.
International Wedding Photographer for Adventurous Couples.