Sudbury ON Wedding Documentary Photographer Experienced Services Launched

Sudbury, Ontario award-winning wedding photographer Shauna Heron launched a full range of documentary wedding photo services for clients in Sudbury, Burlington, Toronto and other areas.

Sudbury, Canada - April 25, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Shauna Heron, a professional wedding photographer based in Sudbury, Ontario, announced an updated range of wedding photography services for clients in Sudbury, Toronto and the surrounding areas. Her documentary approach strives to capture the spontaneity of the moment rather than strict poses, turning each photo into a unique celebration of the couple.

More information can be found at

Finding the right wedding photographer is an essential aspect of wedding planning, with many couples looking for an artist whose style matches their expectations.

An award-winning photographer with extensive experience working with thousands of clients, Shauna Heron offers complete wedding photography services for clients in Sudbury, Toronto, Burlington and the surrounding areas.

Shauna specializes in documentary wedding photos, using a discrete approach to capture natural interactions between the couple.

Under the motto “perfect is boring”, Shauna strives to document the small moments that are often ignored in traditional photo sessions, such as spontaneous hand holding, bursts of laughter and kisses.

With more than nine years of experience, Shauna has developed a reputation as one of Toronto’s best wedding photographers. Her works have been featured in prestigious publications such as Grace Ormonde Wedding Style Magazine, Rangefinder, Carats & Cake, Junebug Weddings, Wedding Co and various others.

A satisfied client said: “I’ve had the pleasure of working with Shauna when she shot my engagement session and more recently my wedding in Burlington, Toronto. From the moment we spoke on the phone, Shauna took keen interest in understanding my vision. When my fiance and I met her for the first time, she took the time to get to know us as individuals and as a couple. Her style is very natural and we didn’t find ourselves awkwardly posing. I can vouch for Shauna’s commitment towards her clients. My fiancée and I are certain our paths with continue to cross with Shauna.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.

Contact Info:
Name: Shauna
Organization: Shauna Heron Photography
Address: 460 Spruce Street, Sudbury, ON P3C 1P3, Canada

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 506395

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