Crimson Photos

113, Davenport Road M5R 3R3 Toronto (Ontario) Map
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About Crimson Photos

Crimson Photos is a Toronto-based photography studio owned by Nicole Charlton-Diffey. It's a team of professional photographers who specialize in candid, contemporary, and documentary styles of photography. Nicole established this business in 2004, and she strives to bring the photo journalism and style into wedding photography. Crimson Photos' artistic work has also been featured several times in many fashion and lifestyle magazines.

Services offered

Its wedding services include:

  • Additional hours
  • Engagement shoot
  • Digital album with high resolution pictures
  • Liability insurance
  • Multi location shoots
  • Slideshow
  • Image editing and retouching
  • Photo album
  • Prints and canvas
  • Thank you cards

Other services

You can also consider Crimson Photos for:

  • Newborn photography
  • Family portraiture
  • Maternity photoshoots
  • Lifestyle photography
  • Photography Services One event per day, add'l hours, engagement shoot, high-res, liability insurance, multi. locations, slideshow
  • Starting Package C$ 3,500.00
  • Most Popular Package C$ 4,900.00

More information about Crimson Photos

  • What primary photographic style do you identify with?
    Traditional
  • What photography items do you offer?
    Albums
    Canvas
    Digital files
    Flush mount
    Prints
    Proofs
    Thank you cards
  • Which of the following are included in the starting price?
    Digital files
    Slideshow
  • Which of the following are included in the price of your most popular wedding package?
    Digital files
    Engagement shoot
    Flush mount
    High-res
    Multi. locations
    Slideshow / montage

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