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Jenny Martell Photography specializes in distinctive wedding pictures and introduces new styles for more choice.

Flower Mound, TX, United States of America – January 17, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

According to Ibisworld market research analysts, U.S. couples spend more than $51 billion annually on wedding services, with photography accounting for approximately $2,000 per event. At the same time, the Wedding Photojournalists Association reported that brides and grooms are willing to hire the best photographers because they feel that these professionals will provide pictures that tell their unique stories in an authentic, unplanned way. Responding to these trends, Jenny Martell Photography has introduced a unique photographic style, designed to capture individualism in a natural way. The studio specializes in distinctive wedding photography that showcases each couple’s personal style.

Jenny Martell Photography spokesperson Edward Mihaila commented, “Our studio has been part of an amazing transformation in the wedding industry. No more cliched poses and prim expressions–Jenny and Eddie break all the rules to capture the remarkable individualism of the bride and groom, the love and joy that they share, and the beauty of their union in marriage. Both are Fort Worth Wedding Photographers who care about people and enjoy telling their stories through photography. They love to find the beauty in chaos and illustrate just how extraordinary a shared moment in time can be. Their goal is to capture each story and the couple’s journey. They take the time to establish a relationship with clients, and learn about their personalities and tastes–what they love in each other, and what drew them together. By establishing a strong bond of trust, they are able to give clients the freedom to express their true selves.”

In addition to offering one-of-a-kind wedding photos, the Jenny Martell studio also provides engagement and day after the wedding photography. They are sought after Austin Wedding Photographers, because they specialize in creating custom poses and distinctive affects for every element of events. The couple are often called on when area residents need a Houston wedding photographer who can design custom engagement photos that capture couples’ individual styles. The studio is also a favorite for clients who want maternity or baby photographs that tell a story and memorialize important life events.

“Sometimes, a picture is pleasing to the eye. Other times, it moves your heart. Our focus is to be artistic and unique, creating images that make you want to look again, and turning wedding photography into a luxury experience. This is what drives us as professionals.” noted Mihaila.

ABOUT JENNY MARTELL PHOTOGRAPHY:
The Jenny Martell Photography studio was opened in Dallas, Texas, in 2004, by Jenny Martell and her husband Eddie. Photography has been a lifelong interest for Jenny and the ideal medium for Eddie’s creative vision. The couple specializes in providing photographs that capture their subjects’ individualism. Theirs is considered one of the most creative, unique, and inspiring wedding photography studios in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Jenny and Eddie also have been commissioned for weddings in England, St. Lucia, Bermuda, Mexico, Costa Rica, and Puerto Rica, and across the U.S.

For more information about us, please visit http://jennymartellphotography.com/newblog/

Contact Info:
Name: Edward Mihaila
Email: eddie@jennymartellphotography.com
Phone: 2142895785
Organization: Jenny Martell Photography

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