Portfolio

Wedding and Fine Art Photography
Wedding photography in Atlanta by Addison Hill Photo.

Wedding Photography

Wedding photography in Atlanta, Georgia by Addison Hill Photo.

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Engagement Photography

Wedding and Engagement photography in Atlanta, Georgia by Addison Hill Photo.

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Family portrait photography in Atlanta in Grant Park.

Family Photography

Family Portrait Photography Family portraits are definitely one of my favorite subjects to photograph.  Kids are so […]

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Betty White at the Georgia Aquarium with Beethoven the Beluga Whale photographed by Addison Hill.

Commercial Photography

Commercial Photography This portfolio is a collection of commercial photography projects completed for a variety […]

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Fine Art photography of Sunset Beach, North Carolina.

Fine Art Photography

Fine Art Photography Addison Hill is a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design […]

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About

Based in Atlanta, Georgia

www.addisonhillphoto.com


Wedding and Lifestyle Photographer

The relationship I build between people during a photo session is why I love photography. Telling your story through the lens of my camera is not only important but the joy of my job. Whether it's wedding photography, commercial photography, or family photography your story will shine through. I find those beautiful, natural moments during our session that will stand out and capture your true personality. I attended Savannah College of Art and Design and received a BFA in photography. My training through SCAD taught me the ins and outs of photography and has helped me to grow strong roots for my career. Transitioning into professional photography in 2009 and capturing a variety of events and projects has taught me to work on my toes and stay calm under pressure. It’s hard for me to ever put my camera away. Photography is not just my job but also my passion. No matter where I go I have my camera with me. I hope you’ll contact me and we can start to document your story. “A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it.” –Edward Steichen