Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Banff Wedding Photographer - Mount Norquay Wedding

Lisa & Stu chose to be married at
Mount Norquay in Banff

They are officially the first wedding couple to go up the Big Chair!

The view from the top is simply breathtaking!

Lisa looked incredible!

The Cliff House Bistro is Banff's newest restaurant, and the food is amazing.
This is the view from the top - stunning!

The girls had a lot of fun getting ready.

The ceremony took place on the deck of the main lodge at Mount Norquay.


The mountain in the background is Rundle Mountain

We love the view.

Wishing you both a lifetime of love and happiness.
Photographs by: Malcolm Carmichael
Alpine Peak Photography, Banff, AB Canada

Monday, August 4, 2014

Banff Wedding Photographer - The Proposal

 The Banff Log Cabin
(AKA the Honeymoon cabin)
Suitable for one romantic couple only!

It is true, special and magical things happen right here at the Banff Log Cabin.

Paul & Kali have stayed with us before,
but this time Paul was able to call ahead and plan a surprise!

This is our guest book.
Paul sent me a message to put in the guest book.
So after a lovely relaxing dinner at the Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel,
the couple leisurely strolled back to relax in the cabin - and look at the guest book...

You see the last line of the message  "will you marry me?"
She said YES  !!!!!!
And here is the ring - Gorgeous!
We are thrilled for you both!
And so happy we could be part of your special moment.

Later that day we noticed a little visitor watching us:

Paul & Kali, we wish you a lifetime of happiness together, and
we hope you will come and visit us again - perhaps for an anniversary.
Photographs by Malcolm Carmichael
Alpine Peak Photography, Banff, Alberta Canada


Sunday, July 27, 2014

Banff Wedding Photographer, Calgary Bridal Guide 2014

2014 Bridal Guide
was invited to design, create and submit a
Wedding Table using the gem stone Amber as inspiration.

 Banffbride.com is an elite and dedicated group of experienced wedding professionals
 based right here in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.

Naomi from Mountainscape Productions and Events along with her team
 brought amazing amber colored: plates, candles, mirrors, vases, cloths and beautiful silverwear.

We had an incredible venue!  The Wapiti Longhouse at the Buffalo Mountain Lodge
has a breathtaking view of the mountains.

Leo Nugteren from Vida Fashion in Canmore (formerly Willow Haven Flowers)
supplied all the accessories that perfectly complemented the dishes and fabrics. 
The extra sparkle made the whole design more glamorous and full of shimmer.

Stunning details everywhere!

Fresh Flowers provided by Forget me not Flowers were essential to completing that luxurious feel and tied together different colors and elements bringing our table to life.

Malcolm Carmichael captured the details, tones and ambiance of our beautiful setting.

A wedding is  always more magical with music,
Harp Angel will enhance the romance on your special day.

 So as you can imagine, we had a great time working as a team on this project
putting together this spectacular setting.  It was a lot of fun!

The elegant evening dress was loaned to us and is available at Vida Fashion

 The ambiance of a rustic log fire and comforting sensual tones of amber,
 certainly made the scene very inviting, romantic and relaxing.

Here is how our shoot translated into the Bridal Guide:
Huge THANK YOU to the amazing BanffBride.com team
for all their hard work and dedication they put into this assignment
 the setting was incredible!
How did we put this together?
Check out this fun video made by Michael Klekamp
Venue: Buffalo Mountain Lodge, Kerrie Carter
Photography: Alpine Peak Photography, Malcolm Carmichael
Creative Director: Leo Nugteren, Vida Fashion Canmore
Planner: the elite team at BanffBride.com, coordinated by Deborah Nyack
Décor & Design: Mountainscape Productions & Events, Naomi Langer-Mcintosh
Decor: Special Event Rentals, Banff
Flowers: Forget-Me-Not Flowers, Banff, Lorelle
Accessories: Vida Fashion, Canmore
Music: Harp Angel, Deborah Nyack
Hair & Makeup: The Hair Co. Banff, Suzanne Trudeau
Model: Nicole Macleod
Video:  Mountain Wedding Videos, Michael Klekamp

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Banff Photographer, Billboard Images

Often our clients will ask
 "How large can we blow up our images?"
"As large as you like"   is always my answer.
We use the best equipment to provide our clients with the
best quality images, so you can enlarge them as big as a
 billboard if you choose:
This ski shot was used on a billboard on the Trans-Canada Highway.
This wedding image was used on a Billboard in Fort McMurray.

Photographer - Malcolm Carmichael

Alpine Peak Photography, Banff, Alberta, Canada


Banff Photographer, Brochure images

Brochure Images
Alpine Peak Photography has been providing images
 for brochures for many years.
Here is an example of a western shoot, and the images have been used on:
brochures, posters, and web site advertising etc.
When we are contracted to shoot for advertising, part of our agreement is:
"images may be used as required"

This means that the images we provide to you can
be used again, and again, and again, if you choose.

We want our clients to get great value from their investment,
we want are clients to be happy and come back to us!

Whatever your business, we will capture the moment, so you can use the images for
advertising and marketing purposes and grow your business.

Photographer - Malcolm Carmichael

Alpine Peak Photography, Banff, Alberta, Canada

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