From the wedding of Penny and David
      Sample album

      I’m still busy making albums! In the last week I’ve designed albums for several clients, and I also put together this album as a studio sample. I used the photos from Penny and David’s wedding at the Air Force Academy and Cheyenne Mountain Resort here in Colorado Springs. This will be a horizontal, 8″x12″ album from Bon Match. I’m so excited to see all these sample books!



      They all so beautyful!!
      %u041E%u043D%u0438 %u0432%u0441%u0435 %u0442%u0430%u043A %u043A%u0440%u0430%u0441%u0438%u0432%u044B !!!

      Excellent work! I’m in the market for a new camera, either the D-80 or the D-70 from Nikon, depending on what I can afford. I can’t wait to start taking shots like yours with such awesome coloring and clarity!

      A kaleidoscope is a great way to describe that chapel!

      I’m so glad to hear it, thanks. It’s hard to know which weddings to choose for sample albums, so feedback like yours is really helpful!

      That church is extraordinary. I’d love to learn more about its architect, because I’ve never seen anything like it.

      Wow, what a great compliment, thanks!

      Thanks! That’s great to hear!

      Thanks! I do use Smugmug, and after trying Pictage, Collages, and Digilabs, I am really happy with Smugmug.

      Thanks, Shoo! We try to get better with every wedding. 🙂

      It’s fun to hang out with the guys before the wedding. 🙂

      Wow, thanks so much. I really appreciate that, coming from someone as talented as you are.

      Hi Carolyn! I started photographing weddings nine years ago, when my friends all started to get married. Several friends asked me to shoot their weddings, and then their friends saw the photos and started calling me. Before I knew it, I had a wedding business going, without any advertising. Three years ago I decided to quit my day job, and I’ve been a full-time photographer ever since.

      I used a Canon 15mm fisheye for that photo. I took that picture on a full-fram Canon 5D, so photos with that lens will look less fishy on a 20D. You should look into the Sigma 8mm fisheye for your camera. I haven’t tried it, but I’ve heard good things.

      Oh man, I remember this one.
      It’s one of my favourite sets that you’ve done.


      what else can i say.

      i’ve always adored your work, but you’re starting to leave me speechless. 🙂

      That church is amazing, as is your work….like usual. 🙂

      I love your work and I really think this is some of the best you’ve done! Amazing!

      Fantastic as always, my dear photographer! The design is clean and crisp and works well with the images. Congrats!

      PS – I didn’t know that you use SmugMug too!

      Phenomenal sample album layouts! I love the church, it’s so cool looking.

      You are getting better and better…WOW! I didn’t think it was possible.

      Oh, I remember that golf series. Brian is an avid golfer, so I’d love shots like that from our wedding.

      you are really amazing. i’m stunned. wow.

      Charlotte, I am a huge admirer your work! I’m so curious as to how you started photographing weddings. Did you just get an opportunity, seize it, and go from there? Also…what lens did you use in this photo: ? I have a Canon 20D and am searching for a good fisheye lens.


      that first teaser pic is so pretty. and the spreads of the chapel interior are just mesmerizing, it’s like a kaleidoscope!

      Charlotte Geary


      Lifestyle, event, and portrait photographer with a vibrant, joyful style and 17 years of professional experience.

      Located in Reston, Virginia near Washington, D.C. and available for travel.