Indian Destination Wedding
Jewish Wedding Ceremony
Bride and Groom Embracing
View of Baltimore Inner Harbor
Gitu's Bridal Portait at Four Seasons
Father-Daughter Dance at the Anderson House
Indian Destination Wedding
Bride and Groom's Exit at Epiphany Catholic Church
Lace Detailing of Wedding Dress
Jewish Wedding in Georgetown Washington DC
Stephanie and Erik's Wedding Service
Bride Greets Flowergirl
Bride Meets Groom at Bourbon Steak DC
Bride & Groom in Puppy Love!
Stephanie's Bridal Portraits
Sisterly Love at The Four Seasons
Sylvia Wienstock Style Wedding Cake
Bridal Shower at Westfields Golf Club
Indian Destination Wedding
Bride and Groom Infamous Shoe Shot

Our Wedding Photography Style

Our style is constantly evolving, what one may consider photojournalism, editorial, modern, traditional or art is all relative. A prominent question often asked by our clients is “How do would you explain your style? ” to which we would reply “How would you describe your family?” The images that are captured throughout the entire day are a complete reflection of the relationships that are present on your wedding day and the excitement surrounding the events that take place. Family and friends will unite after many of years if not for the first time on your wedding day, the joy and excitement throughout the wedding day along with all the other emotions you and those around you feel will be quite apparent. Through all of these raw emotions, candid moments and possible portrait time allocated “our style” will be defined by the presence of mood on your wedding day.

It’s hard to come up with one word or one line that describes our style, a good amount of time could be spent explaining our approach to covering the weddings that we are commissioned to photograph. To put it into the simplest of words; our style is a blend of all things important – candid images of family and friends, portraits of our couples and their families documented both candidly and editorial in pose, along with an attention to style and details. We believe that images should remain as organic in nature as possible focusing on the quality and clarity right from the moment of capture. While 80% of your wedding day will be captured in a candid nature, there is a rough 20% that will need more direction; such as family portraits and prompting/cueing couple shots. The most valuable thing we feel as a couple we bring to your wedding is a masculine and feminine perspective that through experience and a vigilant sense of our surroundings we can appreciate each tiny detail as well as being in tuned to each moment that passes by – unseen and unscripted.

What sets you apart from the rest?

At each and every event that we cover as a couple we bring with us a vision of uniqueness without a predetermined set of standards that we will plan to shoot. Each client is unique and they deserve images that represent that. We ourselves understand this, as we both were raised in very different cultures.

We have a vested interest in the capture of your wedding day as a whole; candids, portraits & the details because we strive to bring out the best in everything we do.

We are always asked, “How are you guys able to work together all the time, being husband and wife?” – We honestly would not have it any other way! Each one of us knows what the other is thinking and as we are shooting it becomes a dance – ensuring that each aspect of your event is sealed within a capture.

Our personalities – or so we are told! It’s important to know that you have hired photographers that will blend into your day capturing images in a non-invasive unobtrusive way. We simply love people, the more the merrier – we could not imagine our lives having turned out any other way then that of being wedding photographers. Some people sky-dive for an adrenaline rush, but we shoot weddings – no two weddings have ever been the same and because of this it allows us to offer one-of-a-kind images to our clients and never become bored of doing what we love!

Our images! – We truly believe that images should be organic in nature. You can be rest assured that our images will be clear, sharp and polished. In 20 or 30 years your images will have outdated themselves and the nostalgia of the day will quickly flood back to you each and every time you look back at your images. Within our images you will not find insta-gram style actions applied or a blurry facade, but instead you will find real images that you will be proud to share with family and friends as you look back on the moments and embrace those very same moments as they live on through your images.

Press & Studio Details

Regeti’s™ offers the skills and talent of a husband and wife photographic team. Specializing in wedding, editorial & fashion portraiture. The Regeti’s™ are available for bookings worldwide. Both are as different and unique as the cultures in which they were each born to, through experiences and learned skill they believe that each image should remain as organic as its capture. As one of the most diverse photographers worldwide clients from all around seek out Regeti’s Photography for their well blended style.

The Regeti’s™ have had the honor of privately being asked to photograph former President Bill Clinton, former President George W. Bush, former Redskins left tackle Chris Samuels and two former ANTM’s (America’s Next Top Model) winner Jaslene Gonzales and contestant Sara Albert. Delighted, they have graced the cover and/or inside print of Grace Ormonde Weddings, The Knot, Brides, Engaged! Magazine, Range Finder, Image Makers (European Magazine), Amherst Media has published several images and is currently producing a publication specifically dedicated to their work and last but not least Thailand Wedding Magazine – among many others not mentioned. The two have taught on local and international platforms, conducting workshops & seminars on the art of photography and doing business.

Awards presented to The Regeti’s™ consist of the Wedding Wire Rated, The Knot’s Best List, Northern Virginia Weddings Best Of, WPJA, AWPJA, Best of Photographers followed by 3 consecutive years of winning the ISES (International) Award for Best Social/Wedding Photography.

The Regeti’s™ also give back to their community through community service and pro-bono offerings to non-profits that best serve the community through awareness. Some of the community service providers they have worked with are the MDA, Habitat for Humanity, Wounded Warriors Project & the High School After Prom’s.

For The Regeti’s™ the capture of a moment is through a skilled and well-trained eye, this has become second nature to them. It is felt by both that neither found their profession, but that their profession truly found them.

The RP Studio is open by appointment and is located in the old historic town of Warrenton, Virginia just outside of Washington D.C. Please feel free to email or call to schedule an appointment to discuss the details of your special day, each and every one of their clients is truly important to them and in order to give their undivided attention to each – appointments are required.

Wedding Venues We Enjoy

Some of the wedding venues that we personally love and/or have enjoyed the honor of photographing at include the following Westin Dulles, Westfields Marriott, Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, Four Seasons Washington DC, Four Seasons Georgetown, Four Seasons Baltimore, Inn at Little Washington, Marriott at Fair Oaks, Renaissance Harborplace Baltimore, Baltimore Hilton, Hyatt Regency Cambridge Maryland, Westin Annapolis, Lansdowne Resort, Poplar Inn Spa and Resort, Black Horse Inn, Pearmund Cellars, Morais Vineyards and Winery, Molon Lave Vineyards, Narmada Winery, Blue Valley Vineyard and Winery, The Winery at Bull Run, Stonewall Golf Club, Unicorn Winery, Gray Ghost Winery, Winery at La Grange, Thomas Birkby House, Henderson House, Meridian House, Mandarin Oriental DC, Rixey Manor, Keswick Hall and Golf Club, Boar’s Head, Omni Hotel Charlottesville, The Clifton Inn, Trump Winery, James Monroe’s Highland, Old Metropolitan Hall, Blenheim Vineyards, Castle Hill Cider, Keswick Vineyards, Guildford Farm, Barn at Edgewood, Veritas Vineyard and Winery, Lydia Mountain Lodge and Log Cabins, Key Bridge Marriott, Crystal Gateway Marriott, Sheraton Pentagon City, Westin Arlington Gateway, DoubleTree by Hilton, Hotel Washington, Le Meridien Arlington, Top of the Town, Crowne Plaza Crystal City, Clarendon Ballroom, Hyatt Crystal City, Westin Crystal City Hotel, Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel, Malmaison, Sequoia, The Watergate Hotel, Dumbarton House, Park Hyatt Washington, The Westin Georgetown, Kimpton Glover Park Hotel, Washington Marriott, Historic Hay-Adams Hotel, Fairmont Washington DC, Rosemont Manor, Whitehall Estate, Atrium 1844 Country House, Hidden Creek Country Club, The Bellevue Conference Center, The Bavarian Inn, Omni Shoreham Hotel, Bowling Green Country Club, Chantilly National Golf and Country Club, Stoneleigh Golf and Country Club, Morningside Inn, Salamander Resort and Spa, Crystal Gateway Marriott, The Inn at Brookeville Farms, The Loft at 600 F, Cannon Ridge Golf Club, West Belmont Place at the National Conference Center, the City Club of Washington, the Sunset Room by Wolfgang Puck, Hilton Washington Dulles Airport Hotel, Sheraton Pentagon City, the Vineyards and winery at Lost Creek, Heritage Hunt Golf and Country Club, Trump National Golf Club Washington DC, River Creek Club, Tidewater Inn, Rust Manor House, East Lynn Farm, Sheraton Tysons Hotel, The Mayflower Hotel Washington DC, Westfields Golf Club, The Comus Inn at Sugarloaf Mountain, Catoctin Hall at Musket Ridge, Tabard Inn Washington DC, Ceresville Mansion, Fauquier Springs Country Club, Washington Marriott, Westwood Country Club, Harbour View, Herrington on the Bay, Belmont Country Club, Oatlands Historic House and Garden, Evergreen Country Club, Strathmore, Inn at Vint Hill, the Bolger Center, The Alexandrian, Airlie, Bull Run Golf Club, Hyatt Regency Reston, Trump International Hotel Washington DC, Regency at Dominion Valley, Argyle Country Club, Mount Vernon Inn, Kimpton Mason & Rook Hotel, TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm, Sheraton Reston, Hotel Monaco Washington DC, Congressional Country Club, The George Washington Hotel Wyndham Grand, 1757 Golf Club, Fathom Gallery, 2941 Restaurant, The Woodlands at Algonkin, Westfields Washington Dulles, District Winery, Old Hickory Golf Club, The Liaison Capitol Hill, Shenandoah Valley Golf Club, The Atrium at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens, National Press Club, the Ballroom, Hilton Rockville, River Farm, Morven Park, Country Club of Culpeper, International Country Club, Riverside on the Potomac, Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Andrew Mellon Auditorium, W Hotel Washington DC, Woodend Sactuary and Mansion, Bluemont Vineyard, Narmada Winery, Willard Intercontinental Hotel, JW Marriott, St. Regis Hotel, The Westin Grand, Fairmont Hotel, Ritz-Carlton Half Moon Bay, Ritz-Carlton Washington DC, Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner, Morais Winery and Vineyards, Airlie Conference Center, Rose Hill Manor, Foxchase Manor, Raspberry Plain Manor, Belmont Country Club, West Belmont Place, The Bellevue Conference and Event Center, Falls Church Marriott, Westin Gateway, Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel, Mandarin Oriental, Hilton McClean Tysons Corner

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