Shark chasing bridal party
Club Continental Wedding Couple with flowers
Fireworks over WGHOF at a wedding
Last dance with groom White Room
Dancing through sparkler exit
Gorgeous wedding ring set on red
invitations, ring box, jewelry, shoes and rings
Indian bride crying over first look with dad
First dance at the Treasury
Kissing at Lightner Museum
Above the bridal couple
Epping forest at sunset kiss on dock
Fun first dance with mom
Groom has some major swagger in this sparkler exit
The River House fountain with couple
BW couple dancing at Florida yacht Club
Best friends wedding photo
Guys having wayyyyy too much fun with wedding flowers
Traditional Asian Wedding clothes

Wedding Photography

Choosing a wedding photographer is a big deal. Your photographs are a memory of the biggest party you'll ever throw and you don't want subpar images, otherwise you'd let your uncle's sister's son who got a camera for Christmas do it instead of looking here. : >


They are images that will be cherished for years and generations to come. Finding a photographer whose eye and style matches what you want to put on your walls to view for years to come is a big decision.


I hear sooooo many horror stories about people who trusted their images to a family friend or Uncle Bob and the photos turned out less than great. I don't want that for you.


Weddings have constantly changing lighting situations and lots of key moments that take a pro who knows the correct position and lighting to be at in the right moment.


 A good photographer should have experience in dealing with different lighting situations, as well as have professional equipment that can handle low light.


Our studio is licensed and insured (if our cameras broke or were stolen our insurance replaces them, most newbies would not be able to do that) and we carry at least two cameras to your event. Our secondary photographers also carry their own cameras and equipment.


I would urge you NOT to hire a photographer that didn't have a minimum of two cameras, we've had cameras $1,000 for elopements (less than 20 people) or around $4,200 for full weddings with either an engagement session or album. 


Contact Christy to set up your free consultation and see a full wedding album.

Christy Whitehead Photography christy@jaxphotographer.com Jacksonville, Fl