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       "I will always be thankful that Amanda was part of my wedding. Since I don’t live in the Adirondacks, I didn’t meet Amanda until the morning of my wedding day, but it was easy to email and talk on the phone before the event to talk through all the details. Amanda has a calm manner that was reassuring in planning a destination-type wedding. She was professional about her services and her prices. There were no surprises. And the moment I met Amanda before the ceremony, I felt even better about her. She was wonderful. My family loved her. My husband and I don’t like posing for photos, but somehow Amanda made it seem effortless. After the wedding, we got a sneak peak of a photo emailed to us right away. The online proofs followed within a reasonable time after – less time than many people I know who had to wait months and months for their proofs. And then Amanda kept being wonderful. Together we designed an album with real mounted photographs, not a printed photo book like a lot of photographers push on their clients. We received the album about three months after our wedding date. When I opened the package, I jumped up and down, and got teared up at the same time. The album is beautiful, like an heirloom. The photos have such depth, light, and color. Amanda has an incredible eye, and I can’t have asked for more beautiful wedding photos. Or a better person to be part of one of the best days of my life! I can’t thank you enough, Amanda." Alison & Erik Lake Placid Wedding 5 / 5 stars

Rachel & Zach

1 John 4:19   We love because he first loved us.

Rachel and Zach have known each other since birth. Born three days apart, the two grew up attending the same church, went to school together Kindergarten through twelfth grade, and have been inseparable their whole life long.  Zach kissed Rachel for the first time when they were four, but it took him until they were thirteen to hold her hand.

It was so wonderful to photograph Rachel and Zach’s wedding and to witness not only the love they have for each other, but the love that is shared between their families. During the lighting of the unity candle, Zach’s mother and siblings sang the hymn, “O Perfect Love.” It was beautiful.

The weather wasn’t the norm for Memorial Day weekend; in the forties with a near constant cold drizzle. Certainly not ideal for a wedding, but at the end of the evening, I overheard a guest tell Rachel & Zach something I hope they always remember: “Pay no mind to the weather; you’ll have plenty of sunny days ahead!”

Congratulations again, Rachel & Zach!