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!
Credit: Tami Curtis/Jane’s Attic
I don’t think anybody could dispute that Heather & Grayson of Jagger Photography are ones to watch. Their outdoor portraits are simply phenomenal! Do you remember Maurice & Tasha’s amazing balloon filled (oh yes!) desert day after session? Well I couldn’t say for sure, but I’m included to suggest that Cooper & Michelle’s engagements are even better! Thoughts…?
Thanks to the lovely Heather for sending these images!
Credit: Jagger Photography
Where has Forty Sixty Photography been all my life? Why only now am I being sent this wonderfulness?! Although photographer Chris specialises in music and band images, he is now beginning to branch out into engagements and weddings, as he says ‘ I love capturing people in the moment, when they let their true emotions shine through.’ All I can say is thank goodness and it’s about time!
Credit: Forty Sixty Photography