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A Piedmont Park engagement photography session is like having the best of the city and country side. With close proximity to both settings it’s a photographer dream. The iconic view of the Atlanta skyline over lake Clara Meer is absolutely breath taking. Another of our favorites view is of the white gazebo and the way it seem to float on the lake especially in the late evenings sunlight.

Atlanta’s Piedmont Park is the city’s favorite in-town park for hosting a variety of events and activities. Piedmont Park is a 189-acre (76 ha) urban park in Atlanta, Georgia, located about 1 mile (1.6 km) northeast of Downtown, between the Midtown and Virginia Highland neighborhoods.

Couple dressed in evening wear on the 17th Street Bridge in Atlantic Station with the midtown Atlanta Skyline as backdrop

Atlantic Station Romantic Engagement Session

Atlantic Station Romantic Engagement Session Atlantic Station Atlanta | Gerrard and June’s engagement was clearly planned in heaven;View full post »

A Kiss at Piedmont Park Atlanta

Piedmont Park Engagement Pictures

Piedmont Park | La’Monica & Lateef Engagement Session La’Monica and Lateef couldn’t take their eyes off of each otherView full post »

&W portrait of couple looking into each others eyes at Piedmont Park in Atlanta

Piedmont Park Engagement Session | Jozette & Joseph

Jozette and Joseph Engagement photo session at Piedmont Park When one of her clients suggested that she should meet his son, JozetteView full post »

Piedmont Park engagement pictures, Kali & Tommie during their romantic wedding engagement session

Piedmont Park Engagement Session | Kali & Tommie

Piedmont Park Engagement Session | Kali & Tommie Little girls often dream of being swept off of their feet by a romantic marriageView full post »

Please schedule your Engagement Portrait Session

Our Spring Engagement Portraits Sessions in Destin is March 25-27, 2011  We book on a first come basis and there is limitedView full post »