Real Weddings Magazine invited us to capture a handsome young fella taking the PLUNGE (literally) in Whistler, Canada. "With the wedding a month away, we wanted the groom to take the plunge for real — to ensure the proverbial one would be a breeze 30 days later. While most of the memories are a little fuzzy, the images captured by Flytographer will last forever.” -- Graham Bath
"We met Flytographer photographer Tracy Tomtene in the parking lot and introduced her to the entourage. She fit right in and cracked a joke or two before disappearing from our consciousness and sights, all the while snapping pictures of the whole event. (The only pictures that we allowed the entire trip!)""The weeks leading up to this weekend had seen more than a few Bachelor supporters try to bow out of the jump. I’m certain now that everyone is grateful they didn’t say no. Though we all grew up elite athletes in our respective sports, this win was different. This was a team that all of us were a part of, beyond shotgunning, beer pong and road trips. This was the plunge, and we had taken it together in celebration of our friend’s transition into marriage. I can’t stress enough how an event like this can enhance the bachelor party experience." But as Graham told us, "at a bachelor party, there are appropriate moments for documenting — and others that should remain memories just among the guys."
Goodnight camera, your job is done!
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