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Sarah and Josh, husband-and-wife photography team, tell your wedding story through unobtrusive capturing of authentic moments as well as creating beautiful imagery in a more photographer-directed way.  Thanks to their photo-journalistic approach, you spend the day living in those moments and soaking the joy and love of such a celebration.

High school senior photography is beautifully created with Sarah, on location, in a collaborative approach between photographer and client. This is such an unique time in life – at the brink of adulthood. Design a session with Sarah that reflects your interests, aspirations, and personality.

Baby related photography services (maternity, birth, newborn) is a special passion for Sarah, creating beautiful artwork highlighting those days that go by so fast in hindsight, but are so intense in the moment.

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Located in the Adirondacks in New York, and dedicated to capturing big and small moments that tell your storyBrown Eyed Photography offers easy going photography services from initial contact to delivering beautiful art to hang on your walls that will be treasured for a lifetime and beyond. At Brown Eyed Photography, we value books and albums,  pictures hung on walls, and treasure boxes filled with prints … because these are the things that will last for generations … even if children look at cds like we looked at records.

Brown Eyed Photography, based out of Saranac, New York, provides wedding, high school senior, birth, maternity, and newborn baby photography services throughout New York’s North Country and the Northern Adirondacks (the greater Plattsburgh area, Malone, Saranac Lake, and Lake Placid). Brown Eyed Photography is also available for travel throughout all of New York, Vermont, and New England.