Monday, January 30, 2017

Atlanta wedding photographers capture candid moment with wedding cake

Photo by the Atlanta Wedding Photographers at

AtlantaArtisticWeddings is Looking Forward to Servicing our Wonderful Bride and Grooms

Well it is the beginning of the Atlanta wedding season and we at Atlanta Artistic Weddings are looking forward to the 2017 weddings we have coming up.  We have weddings booked though out the city at many wonderful wedding venues such as The Swan House , Flint Hill, and others.  But most of all we are looking forward to giving the best service we can to our Bride and Grooms!!!
I have meet many couples over the years.  The two things I tell them is that please remember this is your wedding and I am here to help in any way that I can.   I love listening to the bride and groom talk about their wedding.  When you listen you get hear how their personality comes out in the details of their wedding.  I had a bride a while back who told me one of her important detail shoots she wanted was the inside of her shoes.  I asked what is in the shoes?  She shared with me that she always wanted her grand parents to walk her down the isle on her wedding day.  She was very close to them and that they had recently passed away.  So what she did was past photos of her grandparents in the inside of her shoes.  How thoughtful is that!  
We are looking forward to servicing our great bride and grooms.  We are looking forward to capturing their candid moments that they celebrate their their love for one another on their wedding day. 
Thank you so much for visiting. I would love to hear from you.  Please go to the contact section at and drop me a line of leave a comment here.  I promise I will get back to you!   
Thanks again,

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Will be Teaching Photography at Emory Continuing Education in January

Photography by David Diener at

Hello everyone I hope that you have enjoyed your holidays and New Year.  I wanted to let you know that while I may be a Atlanta wedding photographer at I am also a photography instructor at Emory's Continuing Education program in the evenings.  I on one of the instructors for the Digital Photography Program.  You can find out more about the program at:

Here is a brief description of the program:

"Our Digital Photography certificate program is suitable for both hobbyists looking to take better photos as well as entrepreneurs wanting to start taking photos professionally. The courses in this program cover how to take better photos by identifying the elements that constitute good composition. Students will also learn essential workflows for photographers and how to use both Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop."

Here is a brief description of the Class:
"If you feel that you are not taking full advantage of the features offered by your digital camera, this is the course for you. Composition, selective focus, saturated colors and proper exposure all combine to produce images which make the best use of digital photography's tools. Digital technology has changed the field of photography more rapidly and dramatically than any previous technical advance. Ideal for the enthusiastic hobbyist or a serious amateur, we will focus on how the operation of digital cameras differs from their film counterparts through a combination of class lecture and photographic assignments. Learning how the camera capabilities apply to actual photo-taking and the impact of megapixel, file compression, and print versus email output will greatly enhance your success in photography. We’ll also begin exploring the more complex aspects of photography, such as lighting, composition, use of flash, color and depth of field. You will share your work in class to enhance the class discussion. You are encouraged to delay the purchase of supplementary equipment until after class discussions."

You can visit the website and sign up for the class at

I hope that you can come out and expand your photography skills.  Everyone will learn some new photography skills or sharpen the ones that you already have.  You will be challenged!  If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact me at and I will be happy to help in any way that I can.

Thanks so much for visiting!!!

David Diener