Whistler is beautiful at any time of the year. It is the perfect place to capture vacation memories or update family photos. If you are not a Whistler local, it can be difficult to find a local photographer on your holiday. Also, if you are like me, you want do something but do not even know where to begin! By the time you finish this post you will have tips on the best locations for a Whistler Photoshoot as well as how to book a local Whistler Photographer.
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Tip 1: Capture those Memories!
So often it seems like a photoshoot is a lot of work! Especially if you have kids! But let me tell you, I have NEVER regretted booking a photographer, whether on vacation in Whistler for familiy photos, or local photoshoots at home!
Kids seem to change in a flash. Once toddlers and preschoolers, now towering above our heads and teenagers before our eyes!
One of the reasons it is perfect to book a photographer from Flytograher is because they have all of the insider secrets. While chatting, it is easy to ask where the best places to eat may be, or other local secrets about Whistler that only locals know!
Tip 2: Book a Local Whistler Photographer Online
Want to take the hassel out of searching for a photographer? I have done the work for you. Check out this site that lists local photographers and their rates and styles! It makes it so easy, especailly if you are traveling in from out of town!
You can also use the code LINDSAY at checkout and you will get $25 off your photoshoot! I have personally used this site to book photos and it has been wonderful!
Tip 3: Choose a Location
If you have already booked your photographer from the link above, this is going to be even easier! Choose your style, lake, forest, Whistler village vibe and your photographer can make your dreams a reality. Some of the popular photo locations in Whistler are:
- Green Lake
- Whistler Village
- Rebagliati Park
- Lakeside Park
- Whistler’s Covered Bridge
- Helicopter Photoshoots: Blackcomb Ice Cave, sunny warm days (July/August), snow scenes (December to June), mountaintop lakes (July to October)
Tip 4: Work on the Wardrobe
This one, its best to reach out to your photographer. They know the lighting, the background and what colors are going to work best! If you already have formal outfits planned, say for an elopment or wedding photos, then you have done the tough work! For those who may be looking for family photos in Whistler, then your photographer is your best bet!
Tip 5: the Weather is in Charge
Want snowy photos in the village? that can happen, but remember that mother nature is in charge! Sometimes in the winter months in Whistler, the village stroll has enough salt on it that it is actually down to the pavement. This is so much easier for walking, but not for those photo vibes. Do not worry, there is not going to be any green grass in the winter months. Let your photographer be the creative eye and they will find you perfect snowy backdrops!
The same goes for summer photo shoots. While the weather is typically sunny and clear, moody skies can always move in!
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Lindsay Nieminen is the creator of UncoveringBC.com. She grew up and still lives in the suburbs of Vancouver with her family. She aims to inspire inform, and educate others about traveling in her home province of British Columbia. She is also the creator of carpediemourway.com which aims to show parents how to seek out adventure at home or abroad, with their children in tow!