Our editor-in-chief, Alison McGill, just returned from the U.K. and an exclusive royal wedding preview in Windsor, taking in all the sites of the historical town and seeing exactly how Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s day will unfold. From touring the magnificent Windsor Castle and St. George’s Chapel where the couple will wed (sorry, no photos allowed inside), to walking the couple’s two-mile long carriage procession route, which starts and ends at the castle, she got the scoop on how the day will go down and how it will affect the tiny town of Windsor (crowds are expected to exceed 200,000 and there will be no cars permitted, only pedestrian and train traffic).
While in Windsor, we decided to document this royal occasion with a Flytographer photo session. Based in Victoria, British Columbia, the company was launched five years ago by CEO Nicole Smith. Smith says she was inspired to create the travel photo service when she was on vacation with a friend in Paris and was not happy with the quality of selfies and blurry snaps they had asked strangers to take. She asked a local friend to do an impromptu 20-minute session of she and her BFF enjoying the city—and a brilliant business idea was born!
Flytographer is now available in 220 countries and it’s the perfect way to capture extra-special memories of an extra-special place. Proposal sessions and honeymoons are two of the most popular types of shoots and sessions can last from 30 minutes to one hour. We loved our session in Windsor, check it out below!