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Friday
Mar022012

Featured Photographer | D Coleman Photography

David Coleman of D Coleman Photography has a talent for taking striking images, and transforming them to match the stylistic aesthetic sought by his clients.

Coleman favors working in natural light, allowing him to better capture a couple “as true as they can be.” And once he creates these captivating images, he then elevates them from beautiful to extraordinary with textures and toning.

Whether it’s a perfectly balanced image caught on film that could be from yesterday or fifty years ago,

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or a tiny detail liked a raised eyebrow that encapsulates the whimsy of a split second, Coleman recognizes both the quality of the moment to photograph as well as what he can make of it later.

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From dramatic shots,

D Coleman Photographyto crisp, sweet vignettes,

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Coleman layers his finished images with atmosphere, sentiment, and style. Morevoer, knowing the honor and responsibility that rests on a photographer to record not just the events but the feeling of a couple’s wedding day, Coleman upholds the values of integrity, professionalism and shared artistic vision with every wedding he photographs.

For a closer look at David Coleman’s stellar images and more information, check out D Coleman Photography.

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