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      If you are interested in getting some Squamish engagement photos done I’d love to hear from you. Please use the contact form at the top of the page or email me directly at mf@mathiasfastphotography.com. In addition to Squamish engagement sessions I am currently booking Vancouver and Destination weddings for this year and next.


      The sea to sky corridor is about as PNW as it gets and the perfect backdrop for anyone wanting unique engagement photos in Squamish. For Tim and Charissa’s session we visited some of my favorite locations. We started at a place called the Spit – known for its high winds and stunning views of the Chief in the distance. From there we drove along Paradise valley road – one of the most beautiful drives anywhere. The way the trees cover the road makes for the best Squamish engagement photos. The foliage in the area is insane with the trees being absolutely covered in moss. We found a small stream nearby and stopped for some more Squamish forest engagement pictures. The last spot on this Squamish engagement tour was a river near Sunwolf Riverside cabins. Tim and Charissa both love camping so it only made sense to finish their session with some campfire engagement photos. Can’t wait for their epic outdoor wedding up in Salmon arm later this summer!



      amazing landscape pics. well done. makes me want to visit! haha

      Thanks Clarke! Much appreciated.