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THE KNOT STUDIO PHILOSOPHY

Our Client Service Philosophy

Our photography team is focused on providing you with a full The Knot Studio Experience. Our team will start by helping create a custom package that fits your individual needs and desires. We will assist you in planning your wedding day photography by giving you some “best practice” ideas based on our experience. When we shoot your event, we will capture each moment with our artistic vision. Finally, we will deliver you an artistic product worthy of The Knot Studio brand. In the end, our philosophy on client service creates beautiful friendships with each and every one of our clients that go far beyond the day of your wedding. We pride ourselves on always being available to our client/friends, so if you have any questions or would like to reach us anytime, please visit our Contact Us page for email addresses and phone number for immediate attention.

Our Wedding Photography Philosophy

We believe that in hiring a professional wedding photographer because the clients deserve a professional that can use his or her technological expertise and creative vision to create a product that clients and amateur photographers could not do on their own. With digital SLR cameras becoming more and more affordable, there are many amateur photographers out there posing as professionals. Our goal is to educate our clients on the differences and provide artistic imagery that far surpasses other top notch wedding photography studios.

Therefore, our wedding photography philosophy has three primary parts as follows:

  • Wedding photographers should mastered photography fundamental basic.  This is required because the basic theory of photography never change.  The only change is technology.
  • Wedding photographers should be using professional grade camera and lighting equipment.
  • Wedding photographers are constantly in unusual lighting situations with significant time constraints. Thus, wedding photographers must be masters of their equipment. Being able to adjust camera settings quickly, anticipate lenses needed for each scene, use on and off-camera lighting techniques, etc. are crucial to being able to create a professional product.
  • Wedding photographers are artists; therefore must have a deep understanding of artistic theory including concepts on composition, lighting, color, design, balance, etc.


“I am sure the next step will be the electronic image, and I hope I shall live to see it. I trust that the creative eye will continue to function, whatever technological innovations may develop.” – Ansel Adams