You're different. Your wedding photos should be, too.
You've never done what's expected.
And you won’t on your wedding day, either.
You choose real moments, instead of canned.
You don’t do conventional.
You prefer the offbeat, the extraordinary, things that surprise.
You can’t wait to celebrate your love with friends and family.
You have it all together.
But you might cry during your ceremony.
And if you do, you want the tears documented.
You celebrate community.
You see your wedding as a time to celebrate the person you love with the community of people who love you. (Otherwise, you would just go to the courthouse and tie the knot.)
So instead of hiring a photographer who will spend your wedding day following just the two of you, you’ll choose one who will also focus her camera on the friends and family who have gathered to share the love.
If you're looking for honest, soulful photographs of the two of you having the time of your lives and friends and family cheering you on, then:
You've come to the right place
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Complimentary Engagement Session
If you have a date and a venue, but no a photographer, yet, I’ll give you an engagement session, just so we can make sure I’m the photographer for you. Just fill out our form below and I’ll be in touch.
But, do you take posed photos?
I sure do, and details and scenics, too. I work from a posed list you create, setting up photos as quickly as possible, so you can have fun on your big day, (and I can spend my time doing what I do best — capturing moments, big and small.)
A ninja with a camera
I'm Cindy, a street-documentary style wedding photographer serving Atlanta and beyond.
On you’re wedding day, I’ll blend into the background, while you enjoy your wedding. By letting events happen naturally, without orchestration, I’ll capture the essence of what’s happening and the personalities of your guests having fun with you.
If you’re looking for photos that tell the stories of moments big and small, from all parts of your wedding day, with whimsy, humor and subtlety, then: