13 Questions About Wedding Photography

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1. Should I hire a professional wedding photographer or relative/friend? While you may feel comfortable with a relative or friend to capture your big day, a professional photographer possesses the technical mastery of shooting, logistics and time constraints. Experienced photographers will work with you, understand the vision of your event, and then capture your most precious memories without getting swept up in the celebration, lose entire segments of your wedding or forget backup equipment. If a relative or friend shoots your wedding, he or she is more likely to get caught up in the celebration and miss important shots. Professional photographers anticipate and capture the most expressive split second at the exact time. They know how and when to crop the picture to highlight an important detail and keep all the other elements in the background. Professional photographers can also preserve all the details in a picture and keep all the important objects in sharp focus. Most importantly, experienced photographers can make your event look magnificent regardless of your wedding budget. 2. What is a proof? 
A proof is a low-resolution digital image or small-sized print. Photographers do not retouch all the pictures from their event shoots. Instead, they print more » Continue reading

Video Portfolio

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A fairy-tale wedding in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic Wedding Cinematography Highlights – Midtown Loft & Terrace Cinematic Video Teaser for Jessica & Andres — Water’s Edge, NYC Haus NYC Promotional Video     Continue reading

Our Packages

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Please refer to the PDF below for our packages and pricing information. Artvesta Studio 2015 Pricing guide Continue reading

Pricing & Approach

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Please refer to the link below for our packages and pricing information: Artvesta Studio 2015 Pricing Guide Continue reading

Production vs Post Production

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Production and post-production explained by Tatiana Valerie Production is a term that describes the process of taking photos or videos. Post-production refers to digital enhancements, clean-ups, and adjustments for photos and video. It includes editing (“Photoshoping”) photos, adding visual special effects such as filters and black-and-white colorization. The purpose of post-production is to make photos look naturally flawless. Post – Production in Action: Continue reading

Reviews

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We are proud to be rated 5 out of 5 stars on yelp.com, google reviews, weddingwire.com, and bestmanhattanweddings.com There are some of the reviews: After a long search for a photographer for my wedding, I stumbled across Artvesta’s website and was immediately impressed with the style and quality of the photography. I contacted Tatiana and she was willing to work with our budget and time frame (we had just over a month until the big day). Her responsiveness to our questions was always prompt and she provided feedback and perspective that helped us make stylistic choices for the photographs that would be taken that day. On the day of the wedding, she was prompt and prepared and controlled the photography sessions with complete professionalism. We enjoyed every bit of the experience and absolutely love the pictures. If I need a photographer for a future event, I will definitely hire her again. Rachael & Raj, May 2012 Words cannot express how happy my family and I were left with Artvesta Studio. Tatiana and her team were absolutely AMAZING! During the wedding, Tatiana made me and my husband so comfortable and it became instantly easy to pose and be stress free. Overall more » Continue reading