Are you in Montreal and still confused which photographer to hire for your events?Then we are on the right page. You should be reading this. You must have come across the name Pixelicious at some point of time, maybe in the local newspaper or in some glitzy magazine cover. They are the best for wedding photography in Montreal.
A hassle-free experience in Montreal
This company will give you an experience, which will keep you going back for more. They work in Ottawa, Manotick, Kanata, Stittsville, Gloucester, Perth and many more places as well.They shoot to make your experience an unforgettable. They have tailored packages just for you.
They will do as you say. They will give you the best prints in the business, with high-resolution images. If you are not looking for prints, you will not have to purchase them. They have a retainership contract and will take the full payment after submission of the project.
Storytelling their way to your hearts
They have a unique manner of storytelling through their photography albums. After few years, you will still remember what exactly happened at your wedding. The people in the photographs will feel real. You will be able to feel the joy from the photographs themselves.
Testimonials will tell the truth about Pixelicious
There are many satisfied clients, who have great feedback for all of you guys to fall on.
KC &Quin have nice things to say. As per their testimony, the photographers from the company reached the destination the evening before, so that they could understand the mindset of the bride, the exact requirement of the background settings that the bride and groom need. They study the needs of the family and made it a hugely personalized experience.
Likewise, Victoria & Martin have some great things to say about Pixelicious. They are a busy couple, so they were all the more on the phone with the photographer. Personalized meetings were few. They had taken inputs regarding when to take single shots and when to take group shots. They even sent photos before final retouching. That is how they work.
These are just a few experiences that I am sharing. There are far too many.