"Everything in an image should give voice to the feeling you are trying to capture. Being an artist means capturing these moments for every client." -Charles Jablow
"Our Clients Say It Best"
Read their testimonials here
People Love the Way Charles Makes Them Look
Charles knows how to make people feel comfortable in front of his camera, regardless of age or background. And the results are obvious.
When you work with Charles Jablow, you will have lots of great images to choose from.
Early Professional Experience
His first professional job was in college, where for 4 years he worked for the Lehigh University Alumni Bulletin, providing him national distribution of his work.
At about this time, he was extremely fortunate to meet the renowned guru of lighting, San Diego photographer, Dean Collins. Charles studied for three years with Dean, learning everything possible, including the use of light that you almost never see today.
As Charles' photographic skills began to receive more attention, many of his friends began asking him to photograph their parties, weddings and affairs.
It's More Difficult Than It Seems
Growing up, Charles learned that it's easy to snap the shutter, but creating something beautiful is not so easy. There are exposure, composition, lighting, posing, color, emotion, expression, framing, etc. The challenge to the photographer is to craft the proper mix of these elements to create the perfect image.
You only have one chance to capture the moment. If you miss it, you miss it forever!
Learning From The Best
"Photographers should not be learning their craft at your expense. They should already know what to do." -Charles Jablow
Shortly after college, Charles found a higher level of
artistic instruction from other nationally known professionals.
(Galen Rowell of National Geographic and Charles
Campbell - a freelance photographer) Charles joined the renowned Bachrach Studios in Boston, where
he focused on the study of wedding photography and received
Years later, Charles studied for two years with world-renown photographer Clay Blackmore, bringing his skills to an even higher level.
"Everything starts with our clients: getting to know them personally, their needs, their moods. We know how important their wedding photos will be throughout their lifetime." -Charles Jablow
Keep in mind that Charles often books up quickly.
only photographs 40 weddings per year.
If you'd like to reserve your spot, Call now 703-216-8878.