Edmonton Rush vs Calgary Roughnecks April 20 | Edmonton Sports Photography

The fourth edition of the Battle of Albert NLL style took place at Rexall Place Saturday evening, of course I was there shooting the game. We came up short in a hard fought overtime but it was still a great game! Next game is Friday vs Vancouver to rap up the regular season.

 

cheers,

 

-Jesse

 

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Courtney | Edmonton Boudoir Photography

Happy Monday everyone!

It is a pretty well known fact that when it comes to my photography my ‘bread and butter’ is sports and weddings so when the time came for me to shoot a boudoir session as part of my program at NAIT I was definitely a little out of my comfort zone. Last week I had the opportunity to shoot a good friend of mine, Courtney, in an absolutely gorgeous downtown studio owned by Blake Loates… Who just happens to be one of the best Boudoir photographers in the city! Pressed for time we had a pretty quick shoot and managed to come up with some pretty awesome images in my opinion… I found shooting it to be so much fun and I loved Courtney’s reaction when she received the final images It’s safe to say that I will definitely be shooting boudoir in the future! Ladies if you like what you see feel free to inquire about sessions at info@jkushnerykimages.com

 

Enjoy!

 

Cheers,

 

-Jesse

 

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Edmonton Rush vs Colorado Mammoth Apr 5 | Edmonton Sports Photography

To say the least, the Rush have been unstoppable this season. I have been photographing the team for 5 years now and to see what they have become and how they got there is an absolute privilege. As we get closer to wedding season I will be posting less about sports and a whole lot more about weddings and portraits but this shot of Ryley Loewen could not be ignored, here’s the image of his gorgeous goal in the 3rd quarter!

 

Cheers,

 

-Jesse

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Self Promo & Marketing product | DIY Wedding Client Promotion

Switching it up a little bit in today’s post with a ‘Do It Yourself’ promotional project for my Self Promo & Marketing class. The goal was to create a product above and beyond a business card or pamphlet for clients or prospective clients to show your appreciation and to strengthen the relations between myself and the client. I went the route of creating a product I could give to wedding couples that shows thought and effort while celebrating their day.

The adventure began at Michael’s craft store and took me to places like Bed, Bath and Beyond; the shopping experience was basically a blur the entire time and I don’t know what came over me but the creative ideas were just flowing and I’m pretty happy with the first product I came up with, I apologize in advance for the image quality.

 

Ingredients for my DIY project: Wooden crate, paper filling, 2 crystal rocks glasses, his and hers mini liquor bottles (I would suggest finding out what your couple’s favourites are and selecting those for their chest) Chalkboard paint, wedding themed scrapbooking stickers, chalk (Thinner is better, all I could find was sidewalk chalk so the writing wasn’t as nice as it could have been) and ribbon.
The plain box outside before the first coat of chalkboard paint.
The outside of the box after it was painted.
The wet, painted inside of the chest.
After the chest was mostly dry after about coat three I added the paper filling (Which gets everywhere and sticks to EVERYTHING!) to the chest moulding places for the soft drink or mix as well as the liquor bottles and glasses.
Running Chalk along the sides then erasing it gives the box a written on look as opposed to just black which I like but it’s easy to overdo so I only did select areas and on the big flat surfaces focused on the middle just as a teacher would with a real chalkboard leaving the edges untouched and clean.
Finally I added some of the scrapbook stickers in places I found appropriate and wrote the couples name and wedding date on the box as personalization.
I then tied a bow around the box and there you have it, my finished first attempt at a DIY wedding promo piece! Excited to see how it goes over and I would LOVE to hear your thoughts and feedback so please feel free to leave a comment on what you think and possibly what you’d like to see in the future!

 

Cheers,

 

- Jesse

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