Voted Regina's Best Wedding AND Portrait Photographer for 2015!

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Thank-you Regina and all my wonderful friends, clients & supporters!  I'm so excited to be named Regina's Best Wedding Photographer and Regina's Best Portrait Photographer!

And thank-you to the Prairie Dog Magazine for this wonderful contest that celebrates so many great people and businesses in Regina.  Check out the full best of list here:  http://www.prairiedogmag.com/best-of-regina-2015/

Best Portrait Photographer

Nicole Gerhardt Photography
306-502-3202
W: ngphoto.ca T: @Gerhardtn I: @nicolegerhardtphotography

If you go to Nicole Gerhardt’s website you’ll be greeted by a Vimeo video where she discusses her passion for photography as it relates to love. She first got interested in photography as a profession, she explains elsewhere on her website, when she was planning her own wedding. So she comes by her interest in love honestly. Nicole studied photography at SIAST where she learned all the technical skills, and now runs her own studio specializing in engagement and wedding photos, along with family portraits featuring parents with their children. So if you have a special someone in your life and you’re looking to capture memories that will last a lifetime, Gerhardt has the seal of approval from Prairie Dog voters. /Gregory Beatty

Best Wedding Photographer

Nicole Gerhardt Photography
306-502-3202
W: ngphoto.ca T: @Gerhardtn I: @nicolegerhardtphotography

The difference between a good wedding photographer and a GREAT wedding photographer isn’t the standard shots they take to capture the Big Day. A good wedding photographer will get lovely shots that you can look back on and remember. A GREAT wedding photographer captures shots you didn’t know they were taking. The bride, lightly touching her wedding dress as it hangs in a window, her future vast and bright as the light streaming in. The groom with an enormous goofy grin, perfectly framed by his new family’s shoulders in the foreground. These are the moments you didn’t know you needed to remember until you see them again, in perfect clarity. /Jillian Bell