Ben Reeder Photography Reaches their 400th Wedding Milestone

Ben Reeder Photography Reaches their 400th Wedding Milestone

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Lancaster, Pennsylvania – June 24, 2014 /MM-PressAdvantage/ —

Experience matters and Ben Reeder has plenty. The veteran photographer reached a significant milestone this spring when he shot his 400th wedding. Although he works mostly in Eastern Pennsylvania, Reeder’s 20-year career has taken him up and down the East Coast, from snowy Boston to the sun soaked cities of Florida.

Ben Reeder’s longevity and success comes, not only as a result of his passion for photography, but from his appreciation of the people he photographs. Reeder says, “For me, my greatest accomplishment is not the number of weddings or photographs that I have taken throughout the years, but the endless connections with people I have made along the way.” Reeder relishes the opportunity to share special moments with couples and help them preserve their best memories for a lifetime.

People searching for wedding photographers lancaster pa will benefit from Ben Reeder’s gifted eye for photography. His company, Ben Reeder Photography, has a variety of wedding packages available. The package details are clearly explained on the company’s user-friendly website.

Not only does Reeder capture wedding day memories, he also does engagement photos. Some of his extraordinary work is exhibited on the website in a posting titled philadelphia engagement photos. These photos, along with many others, demonstrate why Reeder has remained in such high demand for so many years. In addition to wedding and engagement photography, Ben Reeder uses his skills for individual portraits and commercial art.

Ben Reeder and his company are the only photographers in lancaster pa who enjoy a stellar five out of five star rating on the Wedding Wire review website. Satisfied customers affirm that Ben and his employees are a joy to work with. One couple relates, “We were so impressed with Ben Reeder and his assistant. Our pictures turned about absolutely fabulous and from day one, when we began working with Ben, he was always easily accessible to answer questions – fun and professional.”

Ben Reeder’s high ratings come as a result of his combining experience, professional skill, personal giftedness, and genuine interest in the people he photographs. Reeder states, “Being a photographer has never been just about the job or profession. It is something that I am passionate about.” His passion has enabled him to enjoy taking pictures at over 400 weddings and will, without doubt, make him a welcome participant at many more.

For more information contact the company directly:

Ben Reeder Photography
Ben Reeder
117 Pepperton Ct.
Lititz, PA 17543
(484) 888-2628
benreederphotography@gmail.com

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