The Celtic Cup is now open at 106 North Anderson Street in Tullahoma. Here’s the staff!
I had an awesome senior shoot with Shelby and Nick yesterday. We started at an old barn in Lynchburg then hit a couple of locations at Jack Daniels. After lunch we hiked down to Machine Falls and continued creating great images. Everyone got at least a little bit wet. Oh yeah, mom pulled off her duties well holding reflectors and lights.
Here are a few of my favorites from the day!
For the rest of March, I am waiving the creation fee for any senior sessions. Contact me ASAP to book with this great savings!
Spring usually brings in more people looking for portraits. This one was captured indoors in natural light with my favorite portrait lens.
Now that Erica and Danny have seen their wedding images, it’s time to let the rest of you share in the day. Click on the image to see the slideshow. Patience.. it will preload about 240 images before playing… not for dialup.
Then head on over toclients.cardenphotography.com to check out the rest of the images.
BTW, I’m not sure I’ve ever captured an image that so obviously says, “I love this man.” It was indeed an honor and a privilege to capture this day for them!
This week’s pic is a fun one from Erica & Danny’s wedding a couple of weeks ago.
Today was the official ribbon cutting for The Celtic Cup at 106 North Anderson Street in Tullahoma. They’re almost open for business. One of the features will be an art wall… and Carden Photography will be the first featured artist! I’ll also have a permanent piece or two in there somewhere.
The pic this week is an executive portrait of Gina Parris of Built To Win Coaching. Gina is also a member of the Middle Tennessee Business Network.
It was a great honor to capture Erica & Danny’s wedding Saturday. They’re a great couple and it’s been fun getting to know them. They are now hanging out somewhere in Jamaica. Here is a quick preview of their day.
BTW, this was my first wedding of 2009 and my first in Tennessee this century.