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Visual Hues Photography

Introducing our Wall Art Collection

To hear families say “That’s soooo us!!  Thank you!” is the best praise I can be given.   My intention with every shoot I go to is to tell the real, true story about the family I photograph.   It can be challenging to pick just one image that depicts your family from your session.   It’s often a collection of images that…

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HAPPY NEW YEAR SPECIALS!!

I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday.  Mine has been full of all it should be … friends, family, food, excited kids, joyous faces, snow, wine, relaxation, books and board games! And I am very excited to wish all of you a very HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!   And I’m even more excited to bring in the new…

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Home – by Amy Brathwaite

Home. If we’re lucky a cozy, comfortable, safe space. And as the images roll in from the devastation in Nepal, where millions of people are now displaced, the concept of ‘home’ resonates again, if we let it.Sometimes it can feel like disasters happen ‘over there’, far away, disconnected from our…

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♥ Nepal

The news started trickling in over the weekend. A major earthquake struck near to the capital, Kathmandu. It will be days, weeks, months before the magnitude of the devastation and loss is known. Isolated areas over mountainous terrain will be hard to reach, nothing but silence may be discovered. Time…

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Mother’s Day Special

Our Mother’s Day sessions are here! We know there are so many priceless moments along the road of motherhood. From the frenetic first few years of wonderment … of worry, of love so intense that it makes you ache. The years pass, the relationships shift and shape … from adolescence,…

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trippin’ the light fantastic – by Amy Brathwaite

Remember this sassy face. A burgeoning talent in the Calgary Theatre community, not only does this woman emanate strength, creativity and empathy … she is – hands-down – one of the funniest people I know. My cheeks hurt from laughing by the end … but not before we tripped through…

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The Cinderella Project

Once again delighting at where this job can take me … I got to spend one day back in March with a dedicated team of volunteers who were working to transform a gymnasium into a magical dressing room. The CinderellaProject began in 2005 in Calgary as a small project by…

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