Residential Photography for WSC Windmere Remodel

WSC Distinctive Builders LLC is one of the most recognized, quality builders in Central Alabama — especially in the Lake Martin area. So when Chris and Kevin Shubird approached me about photographing their most recent remodel, I was eager to accept. Below is a glimpse of our recent session. Under the leadership of Kevin Shubird, […]

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Montgomery Civil Rights Memorial Center Revisited

I’ve captured the Civil Rights Memorial a couple times before, but recently I was asked to take a second look at the local attraction and reshoot both the monument and the center with fresh set of eyes. These photos have since been used in the Montgomery Visitor Guide, as well as with other promotional material […]

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River Region Hotel Roundup

Working with the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce Convention and Visitor Bureau has given me the unique opportunity to shoot many of the local businesses and attractions throughout the River Region. Among those businesses has been hotels, and while I am only posting a few recent shots here… I’ve managed to have the opportunity to shoot […]

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Edmund Pettus Bridge – Selma, Alabama

If you’ve ever been to Selma, Alabama than you have more than likely crossed or seen Edmund Pettus Bridge. The bridge is famous as the site of the conflict of Bloody Sunday on March 7, 1965, when armed officers attacked peaceful civil rights demonstrators attempting to march to the state capital of Montgomery. It is […]

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Jasmine Hill Gardens – Wetumpka Photography

Jasmine Hill Gardens and Outdoor Museum, located in Wetumpka, Alabama has been labeled as “Alabama’s Little Corner of Greece”, and Carter Photography & Design was recently asked to capture some of the more promanent features of the garden. Although the timing wasn’t the best, the shots taken are still some of the most beautiful scenes […]

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Second Saturday – July 14, 2012

Every “2nd Saturday” in Downtown Montgomery is a must-see event! The first second Saturday was a huge success, but since then the event has been diluted by rain. This past weekend, however, Mother Nature decided to shine on Downtown Montgomery and 2nd Saturday was back in full swing and so was Carter Photography & Design. (special thanks […]

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The Montgomery Carnegie Library Building

More than 2500 Carnegie library buildings were built between 1881 and 1919. Many of the buildings still exist today and are used for various purposes — The former Carnegie Library building in Montgomery, Alabama, is now used by the City of Montgomery Property Appraisal Office. Below are several images I’ve shot of the buildings exterior. […]

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St. John’s Episcopal Church

St. John’s is the oldest Episcopal parish in Montgomery, and was built in 1834 by a small group of pioneer settlers. Below is a small collection of photos from St. John’s — for more information, go to: stjohnsmontgomery.org

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Happy 4th of July!

CP&D, the Carter Family and Amanda Lee  would like to wish you all a Happy 4th of July — may God Bless the United States of America! Special thanks to Amanda Lee for jumping in and allowing me to be in a shot or two… I rarely see the other side of the camera.

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Strobist: Family Fun Shots

I have the cutest family and nothing gives me more pleasure than showing them off to anyone and everyone that will provide me audience. That said, I rarely take the time to use my photography with my own family — and my wife often reminds me of this fact. So! The other day we took […]

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RSVP Release Party Video by High 5

I’ve worked with RSVP Montgomery for years now as a designer/photographer, but this has to be by far the best release video they’ve had produced. If you haven’t picked up the latest copy of RSVP Montgomery — grab it at just about anywhere that’s happening in Montgomery. If you’re interested in who put this video […]

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