Nong Cavender has an exceptional eye for photography. We hired her to take our engagement photos and they were amazing. Friends and family commented how they were "the best engagement photos they'd ever seen" and "these photos look like they should be in a magazine spread". Nong made us feel so comfortable during the session. We were so impressed with her work that we hired her to photograph our wedding. We could not have been more pleased with the results. She has a gift for lighting, composition, depth of field, and most importantly, "capturing the moment". Her work speaks for itself. Definitely check out her website. There is not doubt we will be calling on Nong again to capture future important life events.
Posted: 6/14/2010 • Link to this review
Nong's photographic talent doesn't just lie in the unique and beautiful photographs that she takes, but in the ability to make the experience for the client relaxing and fun! She captures the tender moments between a husband and wife, a mother and child, the wedding of a lifetime, or a simple summer day with grace and style. As a photographer she breathes her creativity through her lens bringing the ordinary to the extraordinary and capturing each moment as it lives and breathes.
Posted: 6/29/2008 • Link to this review
Nong is an absolute professional with a real "eye" for photography. She uses natural light wich adds such a nice touch to the photographs. I have been so pleased with her previous work that I hired her to photograph my wedding and the results took my breath away. She takes the time to set up the shots and always listens to the customer's desires. She also has this great imagination that comes through in her amazing pictures. She'll take the pictures you've always dreamed of plus add some with her on special flare. Make sure to check out her website to see her work-you'll be impressed. Her prices are beyond reasonable as photography, other than her family, is her passion and a job she loves to do. All of this makes for an incredible experience.
Posted: 6/13/2008 • Link to this review