Sunday, April 28, 2013

Adding Art and Romance to your Wedding Photos

Most brides say their wedding day takes forever to arrive and then passes in a blur.  Allow this rush to rule your day and you'll end up having just bread and butter documentary photographs as your lifelong memory. Attlee Weddings and Portraits has a tip for you:  why not plan for 10 minutes of romantic photos later in the reception?  By then your obligations to family and friends are complete and you and the groom can take a few minutes for yourselves.  When our brides do this it gives us wonderful freedom to use our imagination and come up with something artistic and romantic for them.  The results are always a pleasant surprise and never predictable.  Our inspirations can come from the couple, the weather, the mood, the light, the setting, the music, the wardrobe...and the amount of time we're given.  Here is one of our favorites from a recent wedding at The Key Bridge Marriott.

Tracey Attlee of Alexandria, Virginia is a former White House photographer and a DC wedding, corporate and childrens photographer recommended by Congressional, Chevy Chase, Cosmos, Sulgrave, Columbia and Kenwood Country Clubs.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Attlee Recommended by The Cosmos Club of DC

Attlee Weddings and Portraits has an exclusive invitation to exhibit wedding and corporate photography today from 4-7 pm at The Cosmos Club, 2121 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington DC 20008.  This private event enables club members planning upcoming business and social events to meet The Cosmos Club's preferred vendors face to face.  "This is such an honor for us.  We always love to photograph events in the ballroom of The Cosmos Club, truly an art treasure in Washington, D.C.," says Tracey Attlee.
Tracey Attlee of Alexandria, VA is a former White House credentialed photographer who has photographed weddings and business events at The Cosmos Club and other venues in DC, VA, MD, NJ and NY for over 20 years.