September 3, 2009
Texan born, UK based photographer
Tami Curtis has a style like no one else I’ve seen. The techniques used give each image a distressed feel like they literally are images from the 1920’s but with a real avant-garde feel. This style of photography wouldn’t be everyone’s choice for their wedding album but it’s a style I can’t help but be drawn to.
Be sure to take the time to check out Tami’s blog,
Pulp Fiction, for more vintage gorgeousness!
Thanks to Tami for sending me Eve’s gorgeous bridal session and wedding!
Tami Curtis/Jane’s Attic
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