Jon Athans Photography » Berks County Modern Wedding & Portrait Photography - Reading, Lancaster, Bethlehem, Allentown, Philadelphia

4L0A6021 Feast your eyes on some ten degree smiles!  This was by far the coldest we have even been while taking photos!  During our session outside we dipped in and out of a limo and still could barely move our fingers.  But we smiled.  And we smiled a lot!  Meet Maureen and Tom.  They were our first wedding of 2018 and they knocked it out of the park!  They celebrated the night away at Steel Stacks in Bethlehem, PA.  Check out some highlights.  Special thanks to Lauren for helping capture this story.

Our year in review.  Enjoy some of our favorite images from 2017.  We had a blast.  Thank you to all the wonderful clients and friends who let us capture such intimate moments.  It is an honor and something we appreciate every time we pick up the camera.  We look forward to a lot more smiles in 2018!

We are delighted to share this.  We really love shooting weddings, but what can top spending New Year’s Eve, in New York City at Madison Square Garden, with the greatest band in the world.  We have no words to explain how incredible it was, so here are a few of theirs.  Enjoy some highlights.

“I feel no curiosity, I see the path ahead of me
In a minute I’ll be free, and you’ll be splashing in the sea
We hear a tiny cry as the ship goes sliding by.”

Photographer: Jonathan Pretz
Design: David Gallo Designs
Production: TAIT Towers
Band: Phish
Venue: Madison Square Gardens
Date: New Years Eve 12/31/17

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Meet the Chase family!  This crew hails from Baltimore an drove up all the way towards Reading capture a few family stills.  That is absolutely not true actually.  Two of the three were bribed with the holiday lights at Hershey Park.  Either way, we got to hang for a bit before the cold tears started flowing!  We have known Kory for a long, long time.  We trained together at the infamous Genesis workshops and all of us Genestudents have stayed fantastic friends since.  We stopped by an old train graveyard and Hopewell Furnace to grab a few captures while the sun set.  Thanks all!

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