Savannah Wedding Video

Savannah Wedding Video is a service of Silver Line Productions. We are dedicated to creating your unique and personalized wedding story. We will go out of our way to ensure your day will be one that will last a lifetime. Capture this special moment of family and friends in the beautiful and historic setting of Savannah and the Low Country.

Location: 512 Barnard Street, Savannah, GA 31401

Phone: (912) 480-0376

 

 

John Zeuli Photographer

Good photography is a priceless, timeless gift. As your photographer, you will receive photos that we are both proud of. Organizations, ad agencies and individuals frequently retain me to create portrait exhibits. My work has been displayed at the United Nations, the US Capital Rotunda and other national exhibit sites. My portraits have been featured on the covers of numerous publications. I believe that good photography reflects the spirit within the person. To this end, my photography tends to be vibrant, compelling and authentic in the sense that it feels real. It is not static.

Location: Post Office Box 30172, Savannah, GA 31410

Phone: (912) 655-3328

 

Open Light Studio

Savannah-based Wedding Photographer / Available Worldwide Nate and Laura Henderson of Open Light Studio are fine art wedding photographers. Yes, we're married, and we work together; it's awesome.

Location: 118 Barnard Street, Savannah, GA 31401

Phone: (912) 210-6181

 

  

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We're available to take your call
Monday through Friday 9AM to 9PM (EST) or
Saturday/Sunday 1PM to 8PM (EST).

Savannah inquiries:
Contact us toll-free at (866) 690-2074

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"...We had a wonderful time in Savannah this weekend! The weather couldn't have been better, and our Perry St. 'home' was perfectly comfortable and welcoming. I will recommend Savannah Getaways to everybody I know. It's a much better way to be accommodated in Savannah than staying at a hotel, for sure. I'd love to come again, sometime, perhaps for a 'girls' weekend with relatives from Fla., though we 'd need a larger place...After already strolling through some of the famous squares, I began reading the "Midnight in the Garden..." book that was on the table. It has such great stories and anecdotes on Savannah history. Now, I'll have to go straight to my library to check it out, so I can finish it..."
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