“Photography by Anne deserves all of the accolades they have received.  My wife and I couldn’t have asked for a better photography experience for our wedding.  Anne took any type of photo we wanted, and we ended up with hundreds of fantastic shots.  If you plan to get married in Hilton Head or Charleston, do everything you can to book Photography by Anne for your special day.”

“Anne and her team were fabulous!  All of the photos exceeded my expectations.  Her team was warm, welcoming and made me feel beautiful on my wedding day.  I couldn’t imagine using any other photographer!”

Being totally comfortable with your photography team is most important on your wedding day…

844 photographers in South Carolina are listed on The Knot.com and only 11 received ‘The Knot Best of Weddings 2015’ distinguished accolade.

We’ve won this award four years in a row!

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“Anne and her husband Tom were so kind, accommodating, and professional. I had to reschedule the day before and they were so easy to reach, classy and understanding. I recommend them 1,000% to anyone who is shy or nervous about getting their photo taken, and even someone who is comfortable with it! You get some serious bang for your buck and she gets your proofs back to you in record time. Anne made me feel so comfortable, made me laugh, and even used techniques she knew to help me get a more natural photo since I was a little camera shy. She is a true professional and is so talented. She holds true to her wonderful reputation both in Charleston and Hilton Head and I have gotten SO many compliments on the photos she took. If you are on the fence about who to use, there is no question Anne is the best in town. Thank you Anne for making me so comfortable and for your personable kindness! I am extremely satisfied with the results and could not be happier I chose Photography by Anne.”Naomie_06


Thrilled to be on the cover of Montage Magazine!  A special thanks to Chef Brandon for creating this artful presentation…Montage Magazine cover

“My lovely and wonderful maid of honor gave my husband and I the gift of photography for our wedding. We originally did not have photography high on priority list as we were having a small and intimate wedding and putting a lot of our funds toward an amazing honeymoon. However, my sister (MOH) found Photography by Anne, Inc. and I can’t imagine not having these wonderful pictures. As I was planning my wedding from a distance, one month before details began to escape me. One detail was giving Anne and her team a shot list, delineation of important people, and special moments I would like her to capture. You would have never known, because Anne and her team captured perfect moments with every single one of my guests and important photos of my mother with her sisters, me and my college friends, everything. She also captured the real feel of my wedding with photos of all the details that we worked so hard at putting together, the favors, the food, the centerpieces, the colors. The most important and unbelievably wonderful part of my photography is that my husband and I look amazing in literally 800 pictures. I didn’t even notice them! It’s a family joke that I am the least photogenic person alive, and I can’t believe how beautiful and poised I look in every picture. It’s wonderful. The only tough part is trying to narrow down pictures for our beautiful album that was included in our package (such an amazing addition.) I would hands down recommend Anne and her team for any wedding, and all my guests would agree because they have lovely pictures to take away too. She was calming, and organized, and complimentary, and thoughtful about poses and details. Great quality….”  Quinn & Shane

Are you using ‘less than professional’ images? Please read this article from the September 2012 issue of Entrepreneur Magazine…

How Photos Can Make or Break Your Marketing Campaign –

“So how do you put visual content to work for your company? Rather than relying on boring stock photos, the smartest businesses are employing images that help them evolve their brand and tell a visual story of who they are. Marketing is all about communicating your value. Tapping into the visual zeitgeist is an excellent opportunity to create messaging for your business that is, well … nothing short of revolutionary.

Here are some guidelines:

Why go visual? Online publisher Mashable and EyeTrackShop recently found that participants in a webcam eye-tracking study spent less time looking at Facebook wall posts and advertisements and more time looking at the cover photo on brands’ timelines. So this stuff matters. As every brand becomes a publisher charged with creating content to attract customers, the quality of that content becomes increasingly important. In other words, you have to produce stuff that helps you stand out. Your own website or blog is an excellent place to start sharing images that craft your narrative. So are social media networks.

See content moments everywhere. Many organizations have photographers they contact in times of need — for events, product launches, etc. “That won’t suffice anymore,” says brand strategist Nick Westergaard of Brand Driven Social in Coralville, Iowa. “Photography can’t be an afterthought.”

The key is to see content moments everywhere. How about showing a behind-the-scenes peek of your warehouse before a big shipment, the way T-shirt company Threadless does? Or look at how the small U.K. company McKay Flooring gives itself a bigger digital footprint by using Pinterest, Instagram and its blog to display cool flooring materials such as leather, reclaimed bowling lanes and whiskey barrels. This approach even works for business-to-business companies that sell inherently unphotogenic products: At MarketingProfs, “we share photos on our Instagram feed of industry events attended by our staffers, or we give a peek into how the proverbial sausage is made by showing our webinar training videos from our point of view, documentary-style.”

You have a great fount of inspiration right in front of you, if only you train your eye to look for it. Take active photos that show real customers or staffers doing real things — as opposed to staged shots or logos.

Show how your product lives in the world. Consider how Ben & Jerry’s integrates images on Instagram, Tumblr and Facebook to showcase the beauty of doing business in Vermont. The ice cream maker also uses Instagram to recognize customers by calling out a favorite pic on “Fan Photo Friday.” Even old-school General Electric has used online photo sharing to create excitement and build momentum. Last year, GE encouraged social media users to take photos inspired by the company’s missions of Moving, Curing, Powering and Building. The fan with the best photo was awarded a trip to the U.K. that included a chance to photograph a world-class jet engine facility.

Embrace images as brand art. For a lot of businesses, content equals text.. But photographs and other visual materials should be staples of your marketing mix. Share your company’s history on Facebook Timeline with visuals from your archives, for example. Or better yet: Populate your e-mails, blog, website and marketing collateral with your own images. To capture attention and entice engagement and click-throughs, you need to have bold, unique visuals in your corner.

Message us for an affordable proposal – remember, your product or service must be relevant – photography can’t be an afterthought in your business marketing plan…

“Anne and her team shot my wedding on Hilton Head Island in May. From when we were researching photographers to the actual wedding day, Anne was an absolute pleasure to work with. We had a few wedding hiccups (unrelated to photography) along the way and Anne went above and beyond to help us and make sure we were comfortable and happy. We had originally planned a wedding on the beach but when we had a change in venue a month before, Anne suggested that we go to a beach very close to the new venue for some shots after the ceremony so we could still have the beach as part of our wedding day. It was beautiful and we were so pleased with the photos and the special time we had together. We were very lucky to find Photography by Anne and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Anne and her team to anyone. Thanks so much for making our wedding day and photography so special!!…”