After hundreds of weddings, 12 years of marriage, a beautiful daughter and a handsome boy, it’s impossible to describe all the ways I’ve changed since I first started photographing weddings in 2005. I know for certain the sum of my life experiences has had a profound effect on the way I approach photographing my clients weddings. Every experience I’ve had has made me more receptive to those moments of love and joy that have brought you this far and yet are just beginning, and I love trying to capture the essence of each unique relationship with my camera. Being a small part of your intimate moments has also had an effect on my own life, continually reminding me what it means to love well.
In my 14 years as a wedding photographer I’ve learned a lot about relationships, art, customer service and myself. What stands above them all? I’ve discovered, that more than anything, I love photographing moments that matter. Moments you will cherish 50 years from now. Moments that will remind you not only of a life-changing event but the life-enriching emotions you felt when you experienced it. Moments that capture the true essence of who you love, and all the reasons why you love them, whether it’s a husband or wife, a special bond with a grandparent, or the love between friends.
The florist, planner and venue’s job is to make your wedding beautiful. My job is make your wedding beautifully remembered.
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What do my clients think?
Stunning, gorgeous, personal, intimate. That’s Carter Rose’s photography. You have an incredible eye and knack for capturing fantastic candid moments through which the personality and the essence of the wedding and the day is communicated. Light, color and composition are done with an artistic eye that allows the personality of a wedding and the couple to speak. Forget stale wedding photography with cookie cutter shots. Carter’s images are keep sakes with more meaning than simply a nice head shot they capture vignettes and tell a story that will be looked back on and cherished forever. Outstanding job!! After posting photos to Facebook everyone is asking, who was your photographer!? -Rebecca L.