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Zach Barron is a US East Coast based photographer who travels across the globe to document life, love, and all of the moments in between. Zach Barron has a laid-back and documentary focused approach to photographing wedding days and creates images that are timeless and honest.

Tell us about your business!

I am a photographer who is passionate about the art of documentation and capturing the stories of those around me. My photography is deeply inspired by a feeling of nostalgia and my goal is to create imagery that is honest, timeless, and true to who you are.

Where are you based?

I’m based in the Southeast and call Atlanta, Georgia home.

Do you travel for weddings?

I sure do! I love exploring new cities and am honored when clients based outside of Georgia want to work together.

How would you describe your style?

I describe my work as candid with an editorial feel. My photographs are warm, natural, and imperfect.

What is a favourite product or service that you offer and why?

I include a collection of fine art prints with all of my packages and encourage my couples to look at these before viewing their gallery online — seeing, feeling, and reliving your day through printed photographs is such a special experience.

How would you describe your working style?

I have a laid-back and documentary focused approach to photographing wedding days. I’m a firm believer that your wedding day should not revolve around a photography schedule, and more so aim to document the day as it unfolds naturally. My goal is to create a relaxed environment for people to be themselves and enjoy the festivities of their celebration.

What inspires you?

I draw a lot of inspiration from black and white portraiture from the 1900s and photographers like Vivian Maier, Herbert List, and Helen Levitt.

What motivates you to do what you do?

When I was a kid, I spent some time living with my grandmother and one of my favorite things to do was look through all of her scrapbooks of our family memories. As I got older, I learned that I find an incredible sense of purpose in preserving moments for people and documenting the stories of those around me. At the end of the day, my goal isn’t to just provide you with beautiful photographs, but more so capture moments that you will be able to cherish and look back on for the years to come.

Do you shoot digitally, on film or both?

I shoot with an assortment of digital and analog cameras, but would like to transition into shooting weddings entirely on film. One of my favorite cameras to use is actually a 35mm film camera that belonged to my partner’s mom in the 90s. I’ve always been drawn to the colors of film and the ways they are able to encapsulate the feeling of a moment.

Where would you love to travel to for work?

I lived in South America for a year after I graduated college and I’ve been dreaming of photographing a wedding in a place that is so special to me.


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