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Thank you to everyone who headed out to the Will Rogers Center this past Sunday for the Star-Telegram Bridal Show – we had a great time meeting everyone who stopped by our booth! We were pretty busy most of the day so if you came by but didn’t have a chance to talk to us, send us an email and we will tell you about our show specials!

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We would also like to congratulate Alycia who is getting married in September, she has won a free engagement session !

We got to spend the day yesterday at the Las Colinas Convention Center hanging out with some of our favorite wedding vendors, and to make the day even better, we also got to meet tons of newly engaged couples!  Thank you to everyone who braved the chilly winds to come out to see us, we hope you found everything you needed.

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We had a couple of show specials that will be available until February 15 2015 so if we didn’t have a chance to talk to you at the show, please get in touch and we’ll tell you all about them!  We would also like to say a huge congratulations to the winner of our door prize – Chelsea who is getting married in September has won a free engagement session!

We are very excited to be participating in the upcoming Steampunk November on Saturday November 8 2014! We will have a booth there and will have our Steampunk Photobooth along with Steampunk green screen photos and our custom designed Steampunk Poster.  Contact Us for more information and pricing!

Steampunk Photobooth from Albertex Photography

Steampunk Photobooth from Albertex Photography

Steampunk Photobooth from Albertex Photography

Steampunk Green Screen from Albertex Photography

Steampunk Photobooth from Albertex Photography

Steampunk Custom Poster from Albertex Photography

“Photographers should spend more a year on education than they do on equipment.” – Roberto Venezuela

We agree with Roberto. Between photo conventions, photo society meetings, a slew of magazines and the internet we feel we do just that. A couple of weeks ago Tanya and I were in Galveston for the Dallas Professional Photographers Association annual Little Red Schoolhouse. This year’s theme was Great Gatsby. Anyone that knows us, knows vintage photos is how we met and we really enjoy doing them. We got a chance to do some shoots while there.

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Roberto and Cris Duncan gave us some great nuggets of information we can’t wait to use at our next weddings.  Thanks to Sigma for loaning me their 8-16mm Super Wide Angle lens for the Infrared photo shot on our IR converted Nikon D70.  This was shot at 8mm.  Love the way the trees frame the Hotel Galvez.  Sigma was the big sponsor at LRSH and had lenses there to use in photos.

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Thank you to everyone who came out to the Star Telegram Bridal Show yesterday, we had a great turnout! I know were were pretty busy most of the day and didn’t get a chance to talk to everyone who came by our booth so please feel free to call or email us if you would like to get in touch – we have a couple of show specials we would love to tell you about!

We would also like to congratulate Katelyn who is getting married next summer, she has won a free engagement session!

Albertex Photography Star Telegram Bridal Show

“It is more important to click with people than to click the shutter” – Alfred Eisenstaedt

These simple words have been our mantra from for a long time, and the concept was brought home the first time we met with Bri and her parents.  Bri has a theatrical background and Jonathan is in the Navy and they met in an acting class, so when Jonathan proposed they decided the wanted to recreate Eisenstaedt’s famous photo V-J Day in Times Square. Needless to say, we were over the top excited to make it happen for them since we have always been huge fans of his work.  On a side note, Bill actually got to meet Eisenstaedt in Dallas during his book tour for his book Witness to Our Time.

We decided that 2 engagement sessions were in order – the first at Fair Park with Jonathan in his Petty Officer uniform and Bri in the vintage 1940s nursing outfit. The end result recently won first place in a photo competition and we created this fantastic Save the Date for them.  We parted ways and met up again later that day to do their “regular” engagement session which was just as stunning as their morning session.

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