We met up with Adam & Shannon for their engagement session in Philadelphia earlier this week. It was a hot day! We’re talking upper 90s with a real feel of 105. These two decided to stick it out and I’m glad we did because I’m in love with what we captured. Shannon threw us a curve ball. She originally asked for the entire session to be photographed on top of a parking garage in center city, which we were down for. We had just never photographed an entire session in a parking lot before, but we were up to the challenge. The day before, she scouted the location and came across the Merchant Exchange Building. We had photographed here before and so we added it to our list. Our session was now split into two spots, and thank goodness, too, because having the AC on in the car for 10 minutes traveling from one spot to the next was heavenly.
We personally hand tailor our collections to each client. No more cookie cutter photography collections. We do accept a very limited number of weddings each year. Collections start at $6850.
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Because we believe that your photos deserve more than being trapped behind a screen, all weddings come with 4x6 proof prints of each image inside a custom engraved linen keepsake box. Printed on Kodak Endura archival paper to ensure superior quality and longevity.
Your wedding photos should be displayed at their best. Many of our clients invest in handcrafted fine-art heirloom albums printed on Fuji crystal archive paper. Every fine-art album has lay-flat binding, animal friendly cover options, and is custom made in the United States.
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