Photographer: Andrea Langer aka Tag7

Wedding photographer Andrea Langer of Tag7 photography, fell in love with wedding photography several years ago. Her philosophy is that every couple is unique and she wants to discover their love story, their personality and dynamic. Andrea’s style reflects the best mixture of natural, photo journalistic and fashion inspired art wedding photography.

Tag7 also offers engagement shootings, Trash the Dress – and Boudoir shoots. “Our passion is creating a unique wedding photo of bride & groom.”

While based in New York City, their work takes them around the globe with their couples. Some of their wedding locations have included: throughout the US including Hawaii, San Francisco, California, Miami, Hollywood, Las Vegas and NYC; Paris-France; Geneva, Berne, St. Moritz and Zurich in Switzerland; Rome, Venice, Milan in Italy; Berlin and Munich in Germany, and Morocco-Africa.

Couples did you know that if you have an ‘all-glass’ venue, you’re photographer should have experience in how to ‘shoot’ = no glare. Tag7 is one of those photography agencies that has explored some of the best venues worldwide and include in the NYC area: The Ritz Carlton, The Plaza, Mandarin Oriental, The Foundry, Central Park, The Lighthouse, the Angel Orensanz Center, Gotham Hall, New York Public Library and the Harvard Club.

Featured in many international wedding magazines like, The Brides Magazine, The Knot, InStyle Weddings; several wedding related books and on various wedding TV shows. Many of the most popular wedding blogs like, The wedding Chicks, Merci New York, Little White Book Blog and many others regularly showcase our couples wedding photos and engagement shootings. An award winning wedding photographer you should take a look at her site, get a feel for her work and then call her to set up an appointment. I know that her calendar is filling fast for this year and she already has some bookings for 2011.

With a worldwide following, Andrea and her team masters of the ‘invisible photographer’ (meaning they see you, but you never see them), capture your day, one very special shot at a time.

For more information visit their site by clicking here. If you want to keep up on the newest that Andrea is doing check out her blog postings. Either way, there is inspiration on every page.
Find here on Facebook or tweet away with her @Tag7photography.

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