Blog : Cape Breton

Cape Breton fav’s from the past

Cape Breton fav’s from the past

Hey everyone – I thought I’d share some of my all time favorite wedding pix from Cape Breton over the years. I love photographing out on the East coast – the diversity of the people, places and culture are only a few things that make me keep going back every year.

If you know someone who is engaged, have them contact me for rates and availability. There are a handful of dates in 2018 still and booking well into 2020.

As always, enjoy and cheers. Trevor


Best of 2015 – Wedding photography from Trevor Booth Photography

Best of 2015 – Wedding photography from Trevor Booth Photography

Its a new day, a new year; 2016.

2015 was a year to remember. My daughter Charleigh was in the 2 year of her life, enjoying learning, laughing and waving at everyone from cars passing by to the airplanes in the sky. My boy Quinn turned 11 and is the typical boy of that age, loving gaming, hockey, YouTube and his baby sister.

Well enough of the chit chat, lets get down to why you are on my blog – to see some of my favourite wedding (and some engagement) images from 2015.

Sit back, grab a glass on your favourite vino and enjoy some images from the best clients a wedding photographer could ask for!

Cheers, Trevor

weekly one shot – 1/52

weekly one shot – 1/52

So I’m going to try and blog a random shot weekly for the rest of the year. I’m starting a tad late – 8 weeks into the 2015 but no time like the present.

This weeks shot is one of my all time favourites I have shot – its from Broad Cove Marsh near Inverness, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Cheers TrevorIMG_9275e


My Available Saturdays for Wedding Photography in the 2014 Wedding Season

My Available Saturdays for Wedding Photography in the 2014 Wedding Season


It may not seem like it yet – but 2014 is just around the corner and the good weather will be back before we know it.

It’s still October and I now have a dozen wedding photography bookings confirmed but I still have many dates – including all of September, October  and November without weddings booked.

So this is the first year I’m going to list all of my available dates. (though you can see from my calendar which dates are already booked)

If you see a date here, it means I’m available to book or I have a booking with no confirmation yet (deposit).  Once I have a secured deposit I will take it off this list and add it the to my calendar.  If you would like to contact me about a date here, first please go to my contact page, fill out some details and I’ll get back to you typically that day (or sometimes a minute or two if I’m at the computer, which is usually the case).

My available Saturdays next wedding season are –

All of April

May – 3rd, 10th, 24th, 31st

June – 7th and 28th

July – 5th and 26th

August – 2nd, 16th and 30th

September – 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th

October – 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th

November – 1st, 8th, 15th

Of course I’m available most Fridays as well!

shirley + conrad; a Cape Breton wedding

shirley + conrad; a Cape Breton wedding

I’ve known Conrad as long as my wife and I have been married ourselves. So having the opportunity to photograph his and Shirley’s wedding in Cape Breton in Oct was truly a small dream come true. The weather was as good as they could have hoped for. The laughter filled the air as did the drink flow. A great time was had by all!!

Thank you Shirley and Conrad for letting me be a apart of your wedding!


Crystal + Stephen; Cape Breton wedding

Crystal + Stephen; Cape Breton wedding

Had the pleasure to photograph Crystal and Stephen’s engagement photos close to my home town (Smiths Falls) back in May of this year at the amazing Museum of Civilization in Hull Que.

The sun shown brightly that day as well as on this day of their wedding in the beautiful little community of Judique, NS. With luck on Crystal’s side the sun was out all day with a refreshing ocean breeze to cool you down. From the horse and carriage to the walk to the beach to the amazing barn. Right from the start of the day I was in visual overload. I’m thankful that this happens more than not, especially in an unbelievable setting as Cape Breton.

Thank you Crystal and Stephen for letting me be a part of your special day. I’m truly honored.




Melody and Mike; Cape Breton, Nova Scotia wedding

I love Cape Breton. Its a place where cell phones and the day to day technology doesn’t matter as much as with think.

I had the pleasure to photography Melody and Mike’s engagements last summer across from Port Hood on Port Hood Island. It had some sentimental meaning to Mike with his family having grown up fishing from its tiny harbour.

The day of the wedding started off like a bride and groom would hope for. Sunny and cool with a slight ocean breeze. By the ceremony time clouds came in and the wind picked up but spirits didn’t fad. Nor did the laughter and fun the wedding party endured.

The day continued back to Judique for the reception after the wedding party enjoyed a relaxing hour at Mike and Mel’s rented cottage. With dinner served and speeches said, the dancing continued a fun evening till the wee hours.

2012 – the good, the clients and the mountain…

2012 – the good, the clients and the mountain…

What a year.

2012 will be one of the most memorable years in my photography business. The first few months are always slow, which comes with the weather. But this is the time of year to catch up, learn new techniques, begin new advertising campaigns, share photos with you all that I just didn’t have time to do throughout my busy summer/autumn months. Along with all the computer work I shot some great classic children’s portraits, dramatic baby bumps and edgy but classic business head shots. We also got the cutest puppy in the world! There were a lot of fundraising events for our charity – “Climb Kili 2012” which you can click here to still donate to such a great cause!

This year was a first for me – WPPI in Vegas. Super cool conference. Learned a few new tricks of the trade along with seeing what is hot and what is not in the industry. I can see myself going again!

This years busy season was an exceptional one. Training to climb Mount Kilimanjaro was in high gear while fundraising for our local hospital amongst shooting for all my clients made it for a year to remember. Gaining new clients like Grill 55, Government of Ontario, ADA Architects, Blackburn Radio, Downtown Windsor Business Accelerator, Foia Restaurant, Level 3 Vodka Emporium to name a few. All the while keeping my amazing existing clients happy ( STC Construction, University of Windsor Ontario, Dragon Boats, Beaverfest, etc) when called upon.

Amongst all my work are some of my favourite personal photos I have taken this year. Had the pleasure to photograph a wedding in Cape Breton. So spending a few days on the new Cabot Links golf coarse and enjoying Inverness’s amazing beach made it for a great working holiday.

The rest of the summer I watched my boy win his baseball little league, polar bears at the Detroit Zoo, the Stanley Cup come to Amherstburg ON, and finally drop that extra 5 lb’s to help me get to the top of Kilimanjaro.

Spending 13 days in Africa with such an amazing group of people all the while pushing ourselves to the limits physically and mentally and reaching the summit of Africa’s highest mountain – Kilimanjaro was worth 18 months of fundraising and training! Finishing off our trip we experienced the wild side of Africa while on a 3 day safari. It was truly a trip of a lifetime!

The last 3.5 months of last year has been THE busiest I have ever been. Yet I still found some down time to go see an NFL game in Buffalo and to send a couple day at Kalahari with my friend Mike and our boys.

Thanks to everyone who has supported me and my business over the years. Last was great, though I’m not sure how I will be able to top it. I can assure you that I will surely try!



Carla and Corey at Egypt Falls, Cape Breton

Carla and Corey at Egypt Falls, Cape Breton

I asked Carla if she would like to hike the steep (and when I say steep, there’s a roped section) to Egypt Falls for a post-wedding (not really a trash the dress shoot but close) styled shoot with Corey in front of the falls she was all game from the word go!

As things go I wish I had about 3 more flashes to light everything but I think the photos turned out fairly good with what I had. How could they not with a beautiful couple in such an amazing setting.

Thanks again Carla and Corey for letting me be a part of your wonderful day and for trekking down to the falls for this as well!



Jessica + Mark – Port Hood, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

Jessica + Mark – Port Hood, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

It’s always nice to photograph a wedding in a different location than my hometown. So when I get a chance to head east to Cape Breton Island where my wife’s family is originally from I enjoy it even more!

Jessica and Mark live and work out west like most young Capers these days. So that day was the first time I got to meet them both. By the end of the night I knew them and their wedding party quit well.

My highlight was the hidden beach we all went to for photos. The setting couldn’t have been more to my liking!

Thanks for letting me be apart of such an amazing day!