Thursday, May 31, 2007

Photos posted...

New photos online!

Rhiannon and Eric's wedding can be found at the Imajing
Recent Weddings section.

And game photos of the Toronto Dragons rugby team vs Oshawa RFC can be found in the Dragons RFC section of my website.


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Monday, May 28, 2007

Rhiannon and Eric

Rhiannon and Eric's photos are coming soon!

It was a beautiful wedding last Friday - Rhiannon wore a gorgeous dark cream coloured gown with beading details along the bodice. It was unseasonably warm, but everyone still managed to look great. Luckily there was a nice breeze going through James Gardens at the time.

Keep checking back, I'll let you know when the rest of the photos are up.


Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Sarah and James now online

Here are a few more from Saturday's wedding. The complete set of all the photos are now posted online under the Recent Weddings section of, or use the direct link here. The password is the groom's last name. (If you are a PC user, make sure you don't have a pop up blocker set on high on your browser)


Sunday, May 13, 2007

Sarah and James

I'm tired and this cold is kicking my butt and I can't wait to go to bed (not so eloquent right now) But I can't do that without reviewing today's photos and picking out one to post here.

Sarah and James got married today, in an intimate ceremony at the Markham Museum chapel. The dinner reception was at the School restaurant, also in Markham. So here's a favourite that I've picked out quickly. The rest will be posted in the recent wedding section of my website in the next few days.


Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Cars cars cars

Photos from the Sunday event at in Milton are now posted and available for purchase. These photos have been touched up for colour and contrast only - if you order a photo I will do a bit more work on them (cleaning up the cracking pavement as in the example above). Feel free to email me with questions or comments (

Note that there are two pages of photos:



Sunday, May 06, 2007

Food, rugby and cars

What a weekend! Friday evening was spent photographing the Aphrodite Cooks couples cooking class. Above is a shot of the Nella retail/teaching kitchen facilities. This is after everyone was done cooking and they're just chilling, having some wine.

Saturday was rugby day - although I have to admit I was more excited to see my dog Kafrey's border collie instincts kick in as he herded the rugby guys while they warmed up! (It was a Dragons intersquad srimmage, more like a practice than a bonafide game). Aherding-dog is something I didn't quite get the hang of photographing! (Either that or the dog was doing such a good job keeping the people in a tight group).

And today was spent up in Milton with a group of Ford Mustang enthusiasts! Very cool and educational. The complete gallery of these photos will be posted by tomorrow evening. There are lots of photos to go through! So check back here and I'll post a link to that gallery. In the meantime, here are some shots from the day:

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Wednesday, May 02, 2007

SNAPSHOTS - Imajing Newsletter

May 2007 - The first edition of SNAPSHOTS, the Imajing newsletter has been sent out! It includes for an exciting announcement, an article on how to look your best for your photo op, Mother’s and Father’s Day gift ideas, and a Snapshot Tip.

If you did not get your copy, let me know and I'll put you on the mailing list for future issues.

In the meantime, click below for the May issue:

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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Web stats

If you run a website then I'm sure you know all about your web stats page.

I hadn't checked mine in a while but found some weird and interesting facts:

- in April 2007 I had an average of 103 visitors a day (cool!)
- most visitors got to directly, by typing in the url
- the number of visitors peaked in August 2006 (makes sense, right in the heat of wedding season)
- searching for 'jing photography' brings me up as the second hit on google (phew, so if someone meets me and loses my business card they can find me)
- 55% of my April 2007 visitors are from the USA ?!? (insert sound of record screeching to a halt)

Weird and wonderful!