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Buntzen Lake Wedding Photos

Mountain Wedding Photos at Buntzen Lake

Nestled in Anmore, British Columbia amongst the lush rainforests of the Coast Mountains lies the dazzling Buntzen Lake. Known for its vibrant jade green waters, Buntzen Lake makes for a magnificent backdrop for wedding photography with its spectacular mountain scenery.

Where Forest Meets Mountain

As your Vancouver wedding photographer, I’m thrilled to offer engagement, elopement, and wedding photo sessions at this picturesque location. Buntzen Lake is surrounded by dense forests, rocky cliffs, and panoramic mountain ridges – providing countless jaw-dropping photo opportunities.

Buntzen Lake is the best place to get mountain views without houses for your photo shoot. Buntzen Lake is the ultimate west coast-looking spot located under an hour from Vancouver. It is close to Westwood Plateau, Dimond Alumni, Rocky Point, Port Moody, Coquitlam, and Burnaby.

Our Favorite Photogenic Hotspots

Some of my favourite photo spots at Buntzen Lake include:
Lakeside Trails – Winding trails encircle the lake, leading to secluded coves and intimate beaches with unbeatable views of the vibrant waters set against the mountains.
Diez Vistas – This lookout boasts some of the most stunning vistas of Buntzen Lake and its surrounding peaks. Let’s capture romantic portraits of you two hand-in-hand with the lush valley behind you.

Artistically Tailored to You

I specialize in capturing emotionally moving, artistic images that reflect genuine connections. Buntzen Lake’s incredible scenery makes focusing the attention on you and your love story effortless.
Contact me today to reserve your Buntzen Lake wedding, engagement, or elopement photography session! Let’s create breathtaking art showcasing your love.

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Lighting masters!

Will is particularly adept at using lighting to great effect. As a result, his photos are striking and, more importantly, unique, and the subjects look great. Not only do the photos capture us at our best, but they double as works of art.

R+T Mountain View, CA | 2015