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Jessica and Manshun’s Wedding – Markham Museum, Scarborough Chinese Baptist Church (SCBC), and Sala Caboto at Columbus Event Centre

We’ve been experiencing some strange weather this year in Toronto with non-stop rain. Well, the rain decided to take a break so that Manshun (and his groomsmen) could “prove himself worthy” of Jess through a series of challenges known as Traditional Chinese Door Games. The bridesmaids had a series of tasks ready for them to […]

Christopher Luk: Toronto Wedding Photographer: Markham Museum Scarborough Chinese Baptist Church SCBC Columbus Event Centre Sala Caboto Natural Candid Photojournalistic Bride Groom Portrait Hug Holding Each Other Close Leading Lines Historic White Wood Home Burkholder House Covered Porch Verandah Close Up Reflection Smile

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Keren and Mat’s Wedding – Hilton Suites Toronto, Cornerstone Chinese Alliance Church, Markham Museum, and Crystal Fountain

Something that I do differently from many other weddings photographers is that I’m there to see both the bride and groom in the morning of their wedding day as they get ready! (Many photographers cover the bride and bridesmaids getting ready, but send their second photographer out to be with the groom and groomsmen.) Personally, […]

Christopher Luk 2014 - Keren and Mat's Wedding - Hilton Suites Conference Centre Spa Markham Museum Cornerstone Chinese Alliance Church Crystal Fountain - Toronto Wedding and Event Photographer - Bride Hotel Getting Ready Creative Relaxed Portrait Photojournalism Candid Natural Bridal Dress Gown Pronovias Chapel Cathedral Royal Long Train

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Keren and Mat’s Engagement Session – Cherry Beach / The Historical Distillery District – Toronto Wedding & Lifestyle Photographer

Once upon a time, there was a girl named Keren, who tripped and fell down the stairs not once, not twice, but 3 times in a single year. She found herself in a cast, walking with crutches again and again and again. As she continued to rest and recover, she told her friend, “I’m too […]

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