Ash Imagery

Wedding, Portrait & Boudoir Photography based in Philadelphia and traveling worldwide

Ash Imagery is a film photographer based in Philadelphia and Upstate NY.  Ash Imagery will photograph weddings and elopements in Philadelphia, Lake Placid, the Adirondacks and around the world.  Ash Imagery also offers Boudoir photographer and commercial photography such as lifestyle sessions.  Ash Imagery is considered to be a Film Wedding Photographer and a Film Photographer with a unique style and vision.  Ash Imagery is owned by Michael Ash Smith, a portrait and lifestyle photographer based in Philadelphia using film as his primary medium.

I'm all about shooting lots of different weddings so don't be afraid to inquire about yours - no matter if its small or large.  To contact me about pricing for weddings and portraits, or if you just want to chat, hit me up by using one of the following methods:

Email me:   ashimagery@gmail.com or hello@ashimagery.com

Or call:   267.664.6602

Or write:  29 Victoria Drive, Barto, PA. 19504.  You probably shouldn't do this but you are welcome to.

Or Skype:  ashimagery
Or Twitter:  @ashimagery
Or Facebook:  facebook.com/ashimagery
Or gChat:  ashimagery@gmail.com

 

Also, just for the heck of it, here are answers to a few frequently asked questions I get in initial conversations:

Do you travel for weddings?  Yes, I travel anywhere in the world for weddings but I'm super happy with anywhere in the US.
Do you travel for engagements?  Yes, same as weddings.
Are the high resolution images included?  Yes.
Is a 2nd photographer included?  Not in all the collections but in most one is.
Where are you based out of?  Philadelphia.  Well, I live in the far suburbs but Philly is close enough.
Do you shoot with film?   Mostly.  I use the medium that best suits the situation.  A majority of the time its film but I have digital cameras for certain situations as well as as a back up.
What is Instant Film?  I'm a huge fan of instant film.  Think old Polaroids.  Yes, Polaroids died out HOWEVER there is a new brand of them gaining attention.  I use that plus some other types of instant film that never disappeared. 

Hit me up with any questions.  I get a lot more.  These are just the normal ones starting out.