Georgetown Smokehouse slow cooks its menu of Southern-style barbecue, pairing smoky meats and hand-formed burgers with homey sides. Beneath a painted vignette of a pastoral farm, patrons strip the succulent meat from racks of ribs, slice into slabs of beef brisket, and finger-paint napkins with the remnants of saucy wings. Every entree is accompanied by freshly prepared sides such as collard greens, macaroni and cheese, or coleslaw.
Coming to photography after an eclectic career that has seen him earn a PhD in biblical theology and win a Computerworld Smithsonian medal for contributions to technology, Falcon—The House of NyghtFalcon's founder and head photographer—specializes in emotionally powerful, naturally lit photos that reveal unseen perspectives in familiar sights. His handpicked photographic associates undergo three years of apprenticeship before donning the mantle of full partner. Basic and advanced seminars mix photographic theory with hands-on learning, teaching students how to master cameras' arcane functions, frame shots, and determine the shutter speed at which time folds back in on itself.
As the woman behind the lens at Glass Slipper Photography, Nicole Byrnes can craft vibrant photos for all occasions. Her specialties include wholesome children's pictures, romantic engagement photos, and sexy boudoir sessions. Nicole conducts shoots at Savannah-area venues of her clients' choice.
Summer Love Photography’s shutterbugs describe their photography style the same way they describe themselves: young, hip, and stylish. Their images pop with vibrant colors and high resolution, capturing people in all phases of life. The photographers take particular pride in their bridal work, declaring on their homepage, “We love brides and brides love us.” Wedding pictures evoke the joy of the occasion, particularly the chemistry between the bride and groom as they exchange vows or discuss who will manage the household finances.
A child's first bite of cotton candy. The loving gazes of a recently engaged couple. A high school senior's proud, accomplished grin. For photographers Pablo Aguilar and Brittney Nelson, these are the moments worth saving. The pair keeps these visions in mind during each of their artistic photo shoots, visualizing the perfect photo while arranging dynamic lighting or suggesting natural looking poses. In addition to specialties ranging from school portraits and business headshots to family portraits and newborn photography, the duo also guides groups on scenic tours of Savannah, where they share tips on how to best use any type of camera or activate the body's internal recording devices.
The team of photographers at One Moment One Shot captures a wide array of occasions by traveling to shoots in Georgia, South Carolina, and parts of Florida. Photographer Rodney K. Gary specializes in infant, children’s, and family photography, which he snaps on location or by visiting the subjects on the astral plane. The studio also offers several wedding packages that provide four to eight hours of event coverage as well as prints, online proofing, and Photoshop tweaking of select images.
At age 16, when most girls swoon for dreamy eyes and dimples, Kellie McCann fell for a Canon AE-1. After graduating with a degree in photojournalism and winning awards freelancing for newspapers, she opened her eponymous studio. Honing her talent over nearly two decades, Kellie has documented dozens of weddings and family portraits. During portrait sessions, Kellie adapts the scarlet hues of sunset or sunny yellow light of a bright afternoon to frame her subjects in natural light when possible—an organic principle she maintains whether capturing the smiles of children or the paralyzing fear in newly engaged couples' eyes.