Several weeks ago, Atlanta Artistic Weddings had the opportunity to photograph Puja and Matthew’s cozy engagement shoot in Milton, Ga.Read More
One of the most well-known American wedding day traditions originates from an Old English rhyme: “Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe.” This catchy rhyme refers to five different good-luck charms a bride should incorporate into her outfit or carry with her on her wedding day. While some brides forgo tradition, others embrace it, especially by including family heirlooms and keepsakes on their big day—a popular and quite stylish trend.
Last week, AAW photographed photos of Jennifer in her grandmother’s elegant wedding gown at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center.Read More
The Atlanta Wedding photographers shoot at historic wedding venue located in Roswell cottage. The event venue is called Primrose cottage and is a historic landmark in the wedding district in Roswell. David and Sarah shot the getting ready shots in the Bridal room of the mansion. It was a outdoor wedding with great weather.Read More
Wedding at local Decatur Venue the historic event venue the Solarium. It is a historical landmark and wonderful wedding venue in Atlanta. All wedding photography by www.atlantaartisticweddings.com or Atlanta Artistic Weddings.Read More
|Henry Ford's Richmond Hill Plantation photography by David Diener|
As some of you know I have been working with cultural resource firms for the last 20 years. One of my roles has been as a large format photographer. During my time as a large format photographer I have had the honor of working on some of the greatest architecture in the United States. I have recently done several projects for NASA documenting the many historic structures they have there. I have documented several historic properties from St. Thomas to Pittsburgh. The photos I have taken go to the Library of Congress and become part of the HABS/HAER collection. Here is a excerpt from http://www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/hh/ web site.
"The Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) and the Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) collections are among the largest and most heavily used in the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress. Since 2000, documentation from the Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS) has been added to the holdings. The collections document achievements in architecture, engineering, and landscape design in the United States and its territories through a comprehensive range of building types, engineering technologies, and landscapes, including examples as diverse as the Pueblo of Acoma, houses, windmills, one-room schools, the Golden Gate Bridge, and buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Administered since 1933 through cooperative agreements with the National Park Service, the Library of Congress, and the private sector, ongoing programs of the National Park Service have recorded America's built environment in multiformat surveys comprising more than 556,900 measured drawings, large-format photographs, and written histories for more than 38,600 historic structures and sites dating from Pre-Columbian times to the twentieth century. This online presentation of the HABS/HAER/HALS collections includes digitized images of measured drawings, black-and-white photographs, color transparencies, photo captions, written history pages, and supplemental materials. Since the National Park Service's HABS, HAER and HALS programs create new documentation each year, documentation will continue to be added to the online collections. The first phase of digitization of the Historic American Engineering Record collection was made possible by the generous support of the Shell Oil Company Foundation."
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Another thing I have seen is women put certain things in their shoes. You all know about putting the penny in your shoe for good luck. I had this one bride who put photos of her grandparents in her shoes. Since they were very special people to her and they had passed. It was her way of having them walk down the aisle.
Just this week I had a bride wear cowboy boots. She was getting married to a fine young man from Texas. It was her way to pay homage to his home state.
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At Atlanta Artistic Weddings I have been striving for the best for my clients. Satisfaction is job number one for the company. I have had the honor of doing many weddings this year and the best award is when I show the couple their photos and they are happy beyond belief. I try to capture their special day from their perspective but not miss out on any of the details of the guests enjoy.
It truly is an honor being a wedding photographer in Atlanta! It is a dream job come true!
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|Girl with a Pearl Earing is a great example of natural dramatic light|
I also like using natural light because it like Vermeer it is a classic. It is something that has been used for years and will be here for a long time.
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|Indian Hills Country Club photographed by Atlanta Artistic Weddings|
I hope that everyone has enjoyed the 4th of July weekend! I wanted to share that I am still shooting film. I have had the honor of shooting some wonderful pieces of history in the last couple of years. My latest projects have included documenting several buildings at Cape Canaveral NASA facility that were part of the Space Shuttle Program.
I have always liked the quality of film and the challenge of shooting with a large format camera. I have been shooting with a large format Sinar camera with plenty of tilt and swing. They are capable of getting incredible detail and the film can be kept at the Library of Congress to be shared for generations to come.
I am starting to see some of my photos being published at the library of Congress. You can go to: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/resource/hhh.ga0910.photos.208771p/ and see one of my favorite photos. I was part of a team that documented Henry Fords Plantation at Richmond Hill Plantation, Georgia. This particular photo was a long exposure of almost 15 minutes. It is a photo of the tunnel under the Henry Fords Laboratory that connected to the mansion.
I hope that you enjoy the photo as much as I did taking it.
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Well things are really happening now! I have recently started publishing on wedding wire, brides.com, weddingbee.com, weddingwire.com, tumblr.com, Pinterest.com, and twitter.com. This week I have made a video of some of my favorite wedding photos. I do hope that you enjoy it. The are from numerous weddings all around Atlanta. It as quite a trip down memory lane. It was so nice to see all the photos from the past. What an honor it has been to part of so many weddings. I hope you enjoy the video as much as I did taking the photo and making it.