"Jeff and Jeanette were a fabulous choice for our wedding photographers. I am originally from the area but we now live in Philadelphia, so we had to plan our November wedding at the Hall of Springs from afar. That meant that we never got the chance to meet with Jeff in person or do an engagement photo shoot before the wedding. Nevertheless, Jeff and Jeanette made us feel completely comfortable (and very special!) from the moment they walked in. In the past, I have encountered some less than ideal wedding photographers -- i.e., people who don't really know what they're doing, and because of that, make everyone feel uneasy due to the lack of a game plan or a clear vision. But Jeff is simply a pro. He knew the shots he wanted to get and how to get them, and he guided us through the day with expert efficiency. He and Jeanette even drove us out to the Avenue of the Pines in the Saratoga Spa State Park to (between passing cars) get the *perfect* shot of us walking down the road flanked by pine trees. (It was our Christmas card, and it was awesome.) When I voiced some specific stylistic preferences before our big day, Jeff was not only understanding, but he also ended up executing my vision perfectly. In addition, despite his packed schedule, Jeff managed to edit and send us a few very specific pictures before all the rest, with enough time before the holidays for us to make a gift for my Grandfather, and for my husband's parents to use one of the wedding pictures to make their Christmas card. Not only that, but he got us ALL of our pictures with plenty of time to spare (and much sooner than I was expecting) to make photo books for our families for Christmas. On top of ALL of this, Jeff is very reasonably priced compared to other wedding photographers in the area. You really can't lose with Jeff, and I wholeheartedly recommend him for your special occasion."
Did you know that Jeff and Jeanette, the husband-wife team that make up JFP, have a camera to thank for their marriage? Jeff was working as a photographer and Jeanette was working as a model ... The rest is, as they say, history!