Carden Photography – Portrait and Wedding Photographer in Tullahoma, Tennessee

November 29, 2008

Pic of the Week – 20081129

Filed under: Pic of the Week,Uncategorized — Norris Carden @ 1:08 am

Yesterday I took my mother-in-law and sister-in-law out to tour a couple of the area waterfalls. MOL is a bit of a photographer as well. Her pics are posted on flickr.

We started the day at Rutledge Falls and we started early enough that we mostly had the falls to ourselves. I did manage to grab a nice shot of another family standing at the base of the falls.

November 22, 2008

Pic of the Week – 20081122

Filed under: Uncategorized — Norris Carden @ 7:16 am

I love the raw emotion that comes out at weddings. This one is from the moment right after the kiss and just completely captures the joy this couple has at this moment. It’s another reminder to me that I shoot in order to create images like this that matter to people.


After the Kiss

After the Kiss

November 15, 2008

Pic of the Week – 20081115

Filed under: Pic of the Week — Norris Carden @ 5:48 am

I remember playing the old pump organ in my grandparents’ house in Knoxville. We spent lots of great times around it singing hymns and Christmas songs. I found this one a few months ago while preparing to shoot a wedding.

November 10, 2008

Santa at the Cokers

Filed under: Children — Norris Carden @ 11:39 pm

Santa visited the Shoppes at the Cokers in Tullahoma yesterday for pictures with kids of all ages.

Click on Santa below to see more. To order prints, click here.

Santa visits The Shoppes at the Cokers.

Santa visits The Shoppes at the Cokers.

November 8, 2008

Pic of the Week – 20081108

Filed under: Family Portraits,Pic of the Week — Norris Carden @ 6:34 pm

Shortly after moving back to Tullahoma, I had the privilege of capturing the extended family of Dr. J. Herbert Hester, Pastor First Baptist Church in Tullahoma.

November 1, 2008

Pic of the Week – 20081101

Filed under: Pic of the Week — Norris Carden @ 6:02 pm

A couple of weeks ago I spent the night in the middle of Illinois on my way back home from a wedding in Wisconsin. The next morning I saw this tree and had to grab a shot.

Powered by WordPress