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Featured Photographer | Summerford Photography

Kelli Summerford experiences weddings through the lens of her camera, taking pictures that capture the verve and spirit of the event. Her images are saturated with the energy, atmosphere and emotion of the joyful affair.

Summerford PhotographyNot limiting herself to a single style, Summerford favors a “fusion” of traditional and photojournalistic photography that allows her to shoot in a way best suited to the instant. She states, “I photograph the events as they happen in the most attractive way.”

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Summerford offers fully customizable packages making it easy for the couple to get exactly what they want. She also plans carefully with the bride and groom so that everyone is prepared on the day.

Her keen eye and artistic background give Summerford everything she needs to take absorbing, truthful pictures. In her words, she explains, “my favorite part of photographing a wedding would be the moments when I can feel the positive energy of the events.”

Whether she draws on the mood to snap an upbeat and quirky spin on a traditional photo,

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Summerford finds a way to compress the immense feelings of a wedding into tidy, charming visual packages.

Learn more about Kelli Summerford’s services at Summerford Photography.


Featured Photographer | JB Photographers

Jeff Berger and Joe Brucculeiri are veterans of the wedding photography business and know exactly what it takes to produce stunning photos. Even after nearly twenty years in the industry together, Berger and Brucculeiri continue to give exceptional care and attention to each wedding they shoot.

JB PhotographersThese two photographers truly enjoy the people part of the job-- especially working with the bride and groom. For example, Berger and Brucculeiri include an engagement photo session as part of every wedding package, which helps them get to know the couple in a relaxed setting, and gives the couple a chance to get comfortable with them.

JB PhotographersIndeed, both lensmen strongly believe that, “it is our responsibility to the bride & groom to add to their enjoyment of the day, not add to the stress.”

JB PhotographersWhen the wedding day arrives, this duo strives to keep the picture process smooth and easy, and promise that, “when things don’t go as planned (almost every wedding) we go with the flow.”

Unflappable photographers Berger and Brucculeiri produce images of polished grace, ebullience, and everything in between. They know how to show a wedding’s best side, which they do with each photograph they take.

JB PhotographersFor more information about the work of Jeff Berger and Joe Brucculeiri, visit JB Photographers.


Featured Photographer | Expose the Moment

Gary Harfield of Expose the Moment zeroes in on the outpouring of feeling and the celebration of the wedding day, taking photos alive with the emotions of the occasion. His photographs are crisp, clear images that seem to bubble with the giddy exhilaration of the event.

Expose the MomentIn his own words, Harfield explains, “I enjoy capturing the love of the bride and groom and the family and friends that surround the couple on their special day.” And his photos typify the utter happiness and bliss felt by all in attendance.

Expose the MomentHarfield shoots as the moment requires—switching between formal, semi-formal and photojournalistic styles as the day unfolds to catch each memory on camera exactly as it was meant to be caught. In addition to unobtrusively snapping candids, he is also able to arrange dramatic, breathtaking pictures,

Expose the Momentas well as more whimsical ones that display the personality of the bride and groom.

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Harfield’s photographs transport the viewer to a specific instant of felicity and merriment, communicating, both visually and viscerally, every last ounce of genuine sentiment. In short, his pictures speak for themselves.

Enjoy more of Gary Harfield’s luminous images and learn more about his services at Expose the Moment.


Hiring a Wedding Photographer: Advice from Behind the Lens

This week, we're happy to present a guest post from featured photographer Jill Lauren, of Jill Lauren Photography.

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Working with your wedding photographer should be seamless, easy and fun. Included are a few suggestions on how to make your wedding day amazing because of your photographer.

It all starts when you hire a photographer. I totally understand budgets and bottom lines – with that in mind, make sure you hire someone that has a great personality. Not every photographer is going to understand or “get you”. Interview a few that are within your budget. Always follow your gut and hire the one you “like”  the best. (You’ll need to like them to spend all day walking around and listening to what they want you to do)

The next best thing to do after you’ve hired your favorite wedding photographer  -  Plan an Engagement Session. This is the PERFECT opportunity to work together without the pressure of the wedding day. This simple concept of getting to know each other on a professional level makes your wedding day photos smooth and amazing. (plus, as a bonus – you’ll get additional great images of yourself. Win-Win)

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While you may be working on your “day-of” timeline with your venue, DJ, or wedding planner – your photographer is a KEY individual that needs to be involved with this timeline. Ask for feedback regarding start times, sunset times, various photo schedules (portraits, family photos, bridal party photos). I’m assuming your photos are on the TOP of your priority list – so MAKE the necessary time for those images by scheduling it in with your photographers advice and suggestions.

This last suggestion seems like a no-brainer. But it is so important. Communicate with your photographer. Lots and lots of open communication. Email, text, call her on the phone. Share your ideas and inspiration. Some photographers like receiving ideas (hello pinterest addicts), while others may have their own unique style….it doesn’t matter. Tell her what you like, what you don’t like and what you dream your wedding could be. She will listen. She will absorb. Your photographer should take your ideas, her style and expertise and blend them together for your own one of a kind wedding experience.

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When you follow these simple suggestions – you’re nearly guaranteed a good experience with your wedding photographer, which in turn means a seamless and nearly perfect wedding day.


Jill Lauren is a photojournalistic wedding photographer in Phoenix, Arizona. She loves Arizona weddings and destination weddings. She enjoys working and shooting with her husband. Their business, Jill Lauren Photography, was established 3 years ago. Jill@JillLaurenPhotography.com (602) 628-0301