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Raleigh Photographers Sweet Life Studios Launch Their Redesigned Portfolio Website

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Wedding photography requires multiple sessions to obtain the best results reports Sweet Life Studios.

Raleigh, North Carolina, United States of America – March 11, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Sweet Life Studios proudly announces the launch of their completely redesigned website. The website offers a gorgeous, new, responsive layout and offers visitors a look at the new engagement, bridal and wedding galleries. “Sweet Life Studies strives to offer each client outstanding pictures of their special day, and the new website shows the company’s amazing ability to do so for each happy couple,” Elizabeth Myers of Sweet Life Studios declares.

Sweet Life Studios remains committed to capturing every part of the big day in photos that will be treasured for years to come. Customers feel confident knowing that the photographers employed by the studio have obtained certification through the PPA, the oldest and most respected association for photographers in the country. The photographers understand that the photos should be timeless, but this doesn’t mean they have to be old fashioned, and the photographers dedicate themselves to finding the right lighting, true color and composition for each event.

To ensure the day is special in every way, Sweet Life Studios offers recommendations to those looking for a vendor, provides assistance with receiving lines and has even been known to mend a bustle for a frantic bride. “Most couples state their wedding day is one of the biggest events in their lives, and Sweet Life Studios agrees, which is why all studio staff members are more than willing to help where needed, even if the task doesn’t involve photography,” Myers explains.

Weddings should be fun also, yet couples often get caught up in making sure everything is perfect and forget to have fun. Sweet Life Studios works to ensure this isn’t the case, as shown by their blog. In November 2013, the studio chose to hold a photo bomb contest for one lucky couple. The blog covers many other topics as well, such as stories of happy couples using the studio’s services and answers to frequently asked questions.

Sweet Life Studios recommends that all visitors to the site check out their photography portfolio to become familiar with the photographers and their personal style. Photos need to start with engagement pictures as this session acts as a rehearsal for the big day. The time spent during this session allows the photographer to get to know the happy couple and what best suits them.

Once this session is over, many brides opt to have a special session to take photos appropriate for display at the wedding, which is nice as it’s a good trial run for hair and makeup on the big day. “When the big day finally arrives, the photographers are familiar with the couple and can best capture them as they really are. This is of great importance as the wedding is the beginning of the couple’s life together and every moment of this day captured in photos will be treasured for years to come,” Myers states.

About Sweet Life Studios:
Sweet Life Studios consists of a team of experienced, creative photographers based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Serving the Raleigh, Chapel Hill and Durham areas, Sweet Life Studios dedicates all work to capturing the emotion, beauty and fun of the couple’s wedding day in a style that is timeless and classic while adding a modern sensibility to the shots.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.sweetlifestudios.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Elizabeth Myers
Email: pr@sweetlifestudios.com
Phone: (919) 389-7274
Organization: Sweet Life Studios

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