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Chris Savas Photography, based in Atlanta, specializes in event photography. Whether it’s a corporate, association, entertainment, celebrity, sports or music event, we deliver high-quality work in a professional manner, on budget and on time – every time.

But a great event photographer goes beyond taking really great pictures – he recognizes the demands placed upon his clients and makes it his business to understand their unique needs. We work closely with all of our clients to make sure we deliver exactly what they need regardless of any time or physical constraint. Our seasoned event photographers are ready for any challenge!

At Chris Savas Photography, our professional goals are to understand your creative and logistical needs, to always deliver superior service on time and on budget and to exceed your every expectation.

Thank you for visiting our site! Please browse our photography galleries for samples of our work and feel free to contact us to learn more or to discuss your next photography project. And don’t forget to check out our photography blog, where you can learn more about Chris’s latest projects and photographic adventures.

Most recent blog posts

Turkey is not just for Thanksgiving

Posted by on Feb 9, 2012 in Blog, See All Posts |

After my daughter Britt and I left Greece we went to Istanbul.  This was one of the greatest cities I have ever been to. We had such a good time and made some new friends there.  We met a wonderful guy named Gabe who is from there but lives in Dallas as he finishes up college.  Because he spoke English and his family was established with hotels and restaurants, he was able to show us a side of the city we wouldn’t have seen on our own. So I want to thank him for being such a gracious host. Another great experience was when we went to the Greek...

It Takes a Greek Village

Posted by on Feb 9, 2012 in Blog, See All Posts |

I’m so happy that I was able to share our greek heritage with my daughter Britt. We arrived and rented a car to drive to the village where my grandparents are from. It’s a small village named Alea outside of Tripoli.  We stayed with my 90 year old Aunt Maggie.  She didn’t speak english and we didn’t speak greek but you would know it by how we got along.  I had been there 30 years earlier and it all came back to me and the fun I had when I was 20 and my uncle was there taking care of his apple orchard.  The other photos are from Athens...