SARAH ESTHER| PHOTOGRAPHY

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Happy New Years! Best of the Week Photo Contest

Hope you all are enjoying the Holidays! I can't wait for New Years because I will be heading to Savannah to photograph Tanner and Margaret's wedding! I've gotten to be around so many amazing couples this month, from all over the country. December has been a busy one for travel, and I was actually one of those stuck in an airport over the weekend! It threw off my week a little, but I am finally back on track. Joy!

Check out the images from this week, we had a lot of fun despite the cold. The great thing about the cold weather is that smiles tend to freeze on :)

Remember to vote for your favorite image!

You make me smile
Beautiful Eyes
Look!


Sunflowers and Love

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Christmas Week Photo Contest

I wish you all a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! If you are on our email list, you will be getting a Christmas card this week:) If you aren't, please sign up using the link to the left. We won't spam you, promise. 


Vote for your favorite photo via the box on the left. The ladies in Mrs. Claus outfits from Frederick's of Hollywood=Most fun this season. Seriously. You ladies brightened my day!!


Happy voting and Merry Christmas. 
Holiday Kiss
Don't Need No Santa

Boudoir Beautiful

Black and White Love



Monday, December 13, 2010

Vote on our 'Best of the Week Photo Contest | Atlanta Wedding and Portrait Photography

Hope you all enjoyed the snow yesterday. Take just a second to look through these images from the past week and vote on your favorite. Winner gets a prize! Tell your friends and family to vote as well.

Happy Monday:) Bundle up and stay warm!

Leopard Beauty
Winter Wonderland
My mom's gonna be proud
Future model






Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Montaluce Wedding Photography | Tracy and Jimmy

Congratulations Jimmy and Tracy! Absolutely love this couple. The venue, Montaluce winery, was spectacular, overlooking the blue ridge mountains. 
Click here to see the slideshow of Jimmy and Tracy's wedding images


Jimmy and Tracy were married at Montaluce winery in the cask room at sunset. Light poured through the doorway from the mountains onto them as they were married by Jimmy's hometown pastor. The room was decorated with gorgeous purple flowers and candles surrounded the guests. 


Tracy and Jimmy's portraits were done in perfect lighting (a photographer's dream). Love was certainly in the air as they enjoyed their first moments as husband and wife. We strolled down to the vineyards to capture some gorgeous images before heading up to their reception. 


The reception was held at the restaurant at Montaluce, the room overlooking the winery and the blue ridge mountains. Guests enjoyed a cocktail hour and horderves as they watched the sun dip behind the mountains. 

Tracy and Jimmy's portraits were done in the most gorgeous light. They had such a loving air about them as they enjoyed their first moments as husband and wife. We strolled down to the vineyards to capture some gorgeous images before heading up to their reception. 

The reception was a blast, the food at Montaluce is amaaaaaazinggg (thanks for letting us eat:). After dinner, close friends and family gave emotional toasts with a twist of humor, bringing tears to the couple. Jimmy and Tracy changed people's lives. What a special couple!

Mr. and Mrs. Webb and their guests danced the night away as everyone celebrated with them. They really let loose and had a blast, celebrating the start of their new life together.


Grandma was gettin' down wit her bad self. 
 Enjoy your honeymoon guys. Thanks so much for letting us be a part of your wedding! 

Monday, December 6, 2010

New "Best of the Week" Photo Contest 12.06 | Atlanta Wedding and Portrait Photography

Hi Everyone! December is finally here. I love the anticipation of the holidays.

I am continuing the Best of the Week photo contest! Thank you all for voting week after week. Congratulations Vincent family! Your photo won our contest from last week. You received a $10 print credit to Pictage as a prize.

Vote on your favorite photo from the past week by clicking the button next to the name of the photo on the left.

Happy voting:)

Reflection
Little Sister

City Kiss


Swing Excitement

Love    

Friday, December 3, 2010

Atlanta Engagement Photography | Ian and Fanta




Ian and Fanta met while 
attending brother-sister colleges in Atlanta. Everyone who attends the schools dreams of meeting their soul mate at the corresponding school, making Ian and Fanta's love story the kind of fairytale all students hope for. They didn't start dating right away, but had plenty of mutual friends to bring them together. Over time, "something clicked" as they say, and Ian and Fanta have been inseparable ever since. 

Ian asked for Fanta's hand in marriage on a trip they were on together; they share a love for traveling, Atlanta nightlife, and the social scene. 
I am privileged to be shooting their wedding in June at 200 Peachtree in Downtown Atlanta!
 For their engagement session, they wanted to incorporate their favorite pastimes, so we devised a plan to showcase both their love for nightlife, appreciation of the arts, and enjoyment of relaxing around town.  
We began the session at Colony Square in Atlanta, and made our way down to the W Hotel Midtown for a shoot in the lobby. The light and the decor made spectacular images. After a quick outfit change we walked to Piedmont Park where they spent a lot of time early on in their relationship. The fall colors were at their peak, and the park was gorgeous!
After a phenomenal morning with Ian and Fanta, my abs were sore from laughing with them. Their love for each other, warmth, and genuine spirit is truly contagious. And aren't they just beautiful together?


Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Atlanta Engagement and Wedding Photography | Matt and Lauren

The story of these two unfolded pretty unexpectedly. Matt and Lauren's first 'dat'e was seemingly an accident, as Lauren had commissioned Matt to design her business cards and thought it'd be great to discuss the project over dinner one night at Baraonda in Atlanta. The rest, they say, is history. 

What started out as a business dinner ended in a date, and thus began their romance. Both Matt and Lauren say their personalities clicked from the beginning and they did not want to be with anyone else. Lauren has waited patiently for Mr. Right to come along, and her efforts paid off as Matt is her first and last relationship. Matt is a bit of a sarcastic spirit and his dry comments leave Lauren in stiches; they never stop laughing when together. 
Matt Proposed to Lauren at the High Museum, as a complete surprise to her. He had her family waiting in the Robinson Atrium (no relation to him, but he planned it to signify her new last name!)

We started their engagement session on a chilly Saturday at San Francisco Coffee Company in Virginia Highlands. We were all so happy to be around hot coffee and muffins. 

The two spend a lot of time there, and it's one of the places they went on their first 'date'. Matt brought along a vintage type writer that they are also using at their wedding as part of their wedding guest book. 




After hanging out at San Francisco Coffee for a little while, we made our way to the High Museum so capture the two in the place where he proposed. The light and the lines inside the High always make me swoon and it really is one of my favorite places to shoot. Matt and Lauren will be married in April, congrats guys! Unfortunately, I will not be shooting their wedding, as they already hired a wedding photographer before the engagement session.

Look at her gorgeous engagement ring!
Best Wishes to Matt and Lauren!
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Hello! I'm Sarah Esther and I am a portrait and wedding photographer in Atlanta, GA. I absolutely love being able to witness moments worthy of capturing. Photography allows me to capture truly beautiful moments, and for me is a form of worship. Capturing pictures of those things that God has created invites me to love him more. For More of my work, please view my website: www.sarahesther.com

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