“I got tears in my eyes. Jason said he was immediately transported back to the day. And my mother, who is a firm believer in posed shots, sent me an email saying ‘FANTASTIC!’ Thank you so much.”
Erica Cordes-Vacare

Rather than canned shots that look like other wedding photographs you've seen, you prefer photos that focus on real moments, happening naturally, without orchestration or interruption.

You prefer a wedding album or slideshow that tells the story of your wedding day from start to finish over one large canvas photograph of a tiny couple in an expansive landscape.

You've come to the right place

You (or the love-of-your-life) may not cry easily, but both of you just might cry on your wedding day. And if that happens, you want it documented, so you can relive the magic of those tears.

You look forward to spending the rest of your life with the love-of-your-life and savor the prospect of sharing your wedding photographs with friends and family for years to come.

It's about friends and family

 Melanie and Jeremy's Wedding at The Dekalb History Center

You've thought about it and decided that your wedding is about more than the two of you. 

For you a wedding is as much about friends and family as you the couple

You've come to the right place

Not sure of the style of wedding photography you'd like? Check out our explanation of the two main styles of photography.