The Art of Fine Art…

Posted on July 20, 2009. Filed under: Articles, Image Posts |

While it’s true that Uncle Jim can take the pictures of your wedding day and do a pretty decent job, one of the things that we strive to do is create images for you that rise above “pretty decent”.  You have spent months and months planning every detail of this day.  And it’s those details that matter when it’s time to look back at your wedding book years from now.  What are you going to remember, and more importantly, how are you going to remember it?  Is “pretty decent” what you are looking for… or do you want to remember the magic? 

When it’s time to look for a wedding photographer, you are going to have a lot of choices.  You will find many, many photographers out there who are good at what they do (as well as a number who may be just getting started!)  You’ll find a broad range of prices and packages, styles and personalities.  So take the time to sit down and prioritize what parts of your wedding are the most important to you.  If you decide that your wedding photography is at or near the top of your list, then we ask you to take the time to meet with us so that we can show you the difference that we can make in capturing this once in a lifetime day.

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