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Sally Carpenter Photography
About this pro
17 years in business
80 hires on Thumbtack
Sally is friendly, extremely patient and did a fantastic job on our daughter's wedding! Everyone loved her photos and the quality and compositions were so varied and interesting. They had over 1000 images to choose from and when they chose the ones for their album, it was hard to leave any out. I would recommend her to anyone for weddings or engagements, she is one of the best!"Feb 24, 2018VerifiedSally C.'s reply
Thank you Mary, for that great review! Laura and Nivedith's wedding was such a fun day and we did get some amazing images! Here is a link to their on line gallery in case my prospective clients are interested:http://www.sallycarpenterphotography.com/the-queensbury-hotel-wedding I look forward to capturing their 1st year anniversary this fall. All the very best to you and your family, Sally
Sally is amazing! We did a 2 hour couple's session and the pictures came out *amazing* Getting pictures taken can be a little uncomfortable, but Sally made both of us feel super comfortable. We did a photo session at her beautiful home in Woodstock where there is a mixture of gardens, a woodlandy area, a place that looks like a field in pictures, and a pond. She is very detail oriented and it's clear that she has years of experience. Highly recommended!Oct 27, 2016Verified
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?The most important thing is to look at the photographer's portfolio of a single wedding as well as their main body of work and make sure they are willing to work with you to capture the type of image you are looking for. Personality is also a factor, you need to feel comfortable around your photographer.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?With the ease of digital photography and photo programs everyone seems to think they are a photographer. Images are much easier to control and editing is a cinch, but there is so much more to professional portraits, wedding and event photography than simply taking the picture and editing it in a photo program. I attended Yosemite workshops under the guidance of the great Ansel Adams to understand exposure, light and texture, and also attended the Brooks Institute of Photography and was awarded a degree in master Photography from the Newport School of Photography. I was also awarded a distinction by The Royal Photographic Society for my contemporary portraits. I attend many workshops, seminars, webcasts and keep up on the latest digital and Photoshop advances and with my fine art background, I have an eye for color, composition and what gives an images "emotion".