Archive for photographer profiles

Behind the lens: Alfred Eisenstaedt

Even if you don’t recognize the name Alfred Eisenstaedt, you’re definitely familiar with his pictures. Eisenstaedt is the man responsible for that infamous V-J Day in Times Square picture: the photograph which captures a soldier and a woman kissing at the end of WWII.The photographer was born in 1898 and lived in Germany up until 1935. Originally from Dirschau, West Prussia, Eisenstaedt’s Jewish beliefs would cause him to flee to America during WWII. But before he left the country, the future photographer would get a head start in his field. Read the rest of this entry »

Critsey Rowe Photography

Located in Charlotte, North Carolina, Critsey Rowe is a highly sought after photographer. Ever since Rowe captured her first wedding, she knew that photography was the only profession for her. And despite the years that have passed, the photographer claims she still feels the power of that first session: “this has been hundreds of weddings ago, almost ten years and I still feel the same. After every wedding I am so excited for my clients to see the images I photographed for them” (Critsey Rowe Website).But while her passion has stayed the same, Rowe’s success has only grown. The photographer has appeared regularly on WE T.V. shows: such as “Platinum Weddings” and David Tutera’s “My Fair Wedding.” Rowe is also featured in the iTunes “Wedding Planning Audiocast,” and her photographs have appeared in The Knot, Destination Weddings, Weddings Unveiled, Carolina Bride, Grace Ormonde Wedding Style, and many other wedding publications. Read the rest of this entry »