Carden Photography – Portrait and Wedding Photographer in Tullahoma, Tennessee

February 26, 2011

Pic of the Week 20110226

Filed under: Executive Portraits,Pic of the Week — Norris Carden @ 10:48 pm

This week’s pic is personal. I just learned an old friend was tragically killed in a car accident. We shot this for his business use about a year and a half ago, but because of a job change just days later only he and I have ever seen it. Wayne, you will be missed.

October 30, 2010

Pic of the Week 20101030

Filed under: Executive Portraits,Pic of the Week — Norris Carden @ 5:55 pm

A recent challenge was to create an image with Diane Bryant, Executive Director of the Tullahoma Area Chamber of Commerce. We wanted to showcase the airport as one of the gateways to the community. I also wanted to make the image welcoming and inviting. I think we succeeded.

June 29, 2009

Mayor Bisby

Filed under: Carden Photography,Executive Portraits — Norris Carden @ 8:59 am

I recently had the honor of creating the official portrait for Tullahoma Mayor Troy Bisby.

Tullahoma Mayor Troy Bisby

March 7, 2009

Pic of the Week – 20090307

Filed under: Executive Portraits,Pic of the Week — admin @ 1:10 am

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.


January 10, 2009

Pic of the Week – 20090110

Filed under: Executive Portraits,Pic of the Week — Norris Carden @ 12:34 pm

This week I had the pleasure of creating an executive portrait for Bobby Saine, the best State Farm agent in Tullahoma.

Bobby Sain State Farm

March 28, 2007

Executive Portraits

Filed under: Carden Photography,Executive Portraits — Norris Carden @ 10:22 pm

executive business portrait by a madison wisconsin photographerImage is important for any business. But when a big part of the image your business needs to project includes you, quality images can play a key role in projecting a professional image. Brochures, newsletters, web sites, business cards and more can turn heads with quality images.

Your portrait can make a significant difference in how a potential client perceives you. Anyone with a camera can take a snapshot to place on a business card.

A professional photographer understands that your image requires much more than a snapshot or passport photo. Many little details of lighting, posing, clothing, backgrounds, hair and more must be considered.

A good executive portrait must present you as approachable, capable and trustworthy. A great portrait purveys a little something extra special about you.

I enjoy in creating executive and business portraits that present something of the personality of the subject. It’s that extra touch that can help you stand out to your potential clients. It’s part of my creating art from life… and business!

This is Mary Richardson. She is starting a new business helping women in life transitions and now has a great executive portrait that has already turned a few heads.

Tingalls Dyzn has a new business package that includes discounts from several businesses. Included in that package is a certificate for an executive portrait at half price from Carden Photography. I look forward to helping both established and new businesses present a great image.

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