I had Mr. Bennett photograph my wedding in July 2014. He was very dedicated to making sure everything I hoped for would be accomplished. Weeks in advance he asked for a list of everyone I wanted in pictures including group pics. During the wedding he gently gathered everyone together that was needed. My guests loved him, and thought he was so kind and professional. The pictures came out beautiful, even the outside photos with sparklers were stunning. He even got a fun pic of my sister standing in high top sneakers after she switched out of heels! His heart was truly in making our day special while at the same time providing us with beautiful photographs.
Once my wife and I got engaged, finding a photographer was a difficult task and overwhelming. Sam approached us about being our photographer and sent us pictures from previous jobs that he had. We were impressed and decided to use him as our photographer. That was one of the best decisions we made! Sam was very thorough in the weeks leading up to the wedding, asking for ideas of pictures we wanted, information about our ceremony & reception, as well as searching for online pictures of the venue. On the day of the wedding, he was very attentive to my wife and I, and very enjoyable to work with. We got a lot of great pictures from our special day, and very glad that Sam was part of it and helped us capture all of the moments!
Shooting our engagement photos made getting married feel official. This was the first time we had ever taken professional pictures together. Sam helped put our nervous at ease immediately. Neither of us knew what to expect. While we had some ideas of what we wanted to see, Sam's attention to detail is what ended up making the difference between good photos and great photos. Little things like making sure the ring was facing the right way or that the light was flattering. Things that you don't think about when you are smiling for a photo. The day we were taking the photos it was very windy. You would never know by looking at the photos. Sam ability to improvise was crucial with those kind of conditions. Ultimately we could not have asked to a better photographer.
- Lori Burdette