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Caroline and Doug: Granville Island Engagement Shoot

Caroline and Doug do things a little differently. Caroline works at Vancouver Opera, Doug is apprenticing to be a craftsman, and when they’re together you sense a mischieveous creative spark in everything they do. For their engagement shoot, we headed down to Granville Island and sought out a bit of local colour.

Caroline and Doug engagement photography on Granville Island, vancouver bc Canada
Couple kiss in front of loading bay on Granville Island BC engagement photographer shoot
Couple watch Ralph Shaw Ukelele on Granville Island in front of The Keg in Vancouver BC
engagement photography: caroline and doug in front of red doors on granville island, Vancouver BC
Artistic engagement photo of picture frames on a tire swing, granville island bc canada
hand-stand engagement photo on Granville Island, vancouver bc canada
engagement photography: couple sit next to asian girl with red coat and pink sunglasses, granville island bc
engagement photographer vancouver: couple kiss on granville island pier, vancouver bc canada
Couple hide behind welcome signs on vancouver engagement photographer shoot, granville island bc
engagement photography:  young man jumps over his fiance in front of siding on granville island
black and white artistic engagement photo of couple silhoutted on granville island, vancouver bc
artistic engagement photography, granville island, vancouver bc canada

Thanks for the fun shoot, guys! I”m really looking forward to shooting your wedding this summer.

zoe - April 19, 2010 - 9:34 am

love these photos fab! my favourite favourite is the one with the little girl sitting in between them. she might be the sweetest most engaging little one i have seen in a while; such a character!!!

Doug Pearcey - April 19, 2010 - 9:43 am

Fabrice, my chalkboard now says ‘WICKED’

Steve - April 19, 2010 - 4:13 pm

Awesome Fab. Really creative shoot. I like the dock, hallway and red doors the best, but any of the photos could be blown up and framed on a couple’s wall.

Big Cous - April 26, 2010 - 2:15 pm

loving these Min – wicked.

Esp liking that you’ve kept your PDAs to min (unlike the next set!)

My fav is in the tunnel. Very atmospheric.

Pics from my party to follow on Flikr – will poke the official photographer to sort ASAP.

Aurra best to you both x j, d & c

Plum and Jake - April 28, 2010 - 5:22 am

We cannot come up with moody comments like Jane and others!

But we do like the shots and the location. Well chosen. And we look forward to seeing the July portfolio.

love P and J

Guy - May 4, 2010 - 4:50 pm

what a great use of colour and few simple props to make your point of view really fresh. I love all of these!

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