Philadelphi wedding photographers have captured some of the most beautiful photos of the year.
They’ve captured some amazing images of weddings in Philadelphia and elsewhere in the country.
One of the photographers, Mark Ebert, shared his wedding photos from last month.
Here’s his photo of the bride and groom.
Mark Ebert/FacebookPhiladelphi Wedding Photographer Mark Ebbetts took a wedding shot at his home.
Here he is at the wedding.
Mark Meehan/FacebookThe bride and her husband, Kevin, attended his wedding.
Here they are in the back.
Mark Ebetts/Facebook”He and I have been together for two and a half years,” Ebert said of his new bride.
“I’m really grateful for all the support and love I’ve received from so many people.”
Mark Ebbett/FacebookOne of his wedding photographers, Tom Zabriskie, shared a photo of his bride and his new husband, Austin, in the bride’s wedding gown.
Tom Zabris/FacebookAnother photographer, Mark C. Miller, took a photo with the bride, Austin’s mother, in her wedding dress.
Mark Miller/FacebookAnd Mark C Miller posted this photo of Austin at his wedding to his mother.
Mark C Miller/HoodiesMark Miller’s wedding to mom.
Mark Miller/Yoga mat.
Mark Zabaski/YogurtMark Zabski/Pinterest”Austin is my best friend and I love him dearly,” Austin’s father, Peter, told WCBS 880.
“He has my back all the time and has been a great support and friend to me.
It is a big deal to have his parents in the wedding.”
Peter Zabiski/Hospitality photographerMark Zaban/FacebookEbert said the photos are “a reminder of the beauty of the city.”
He shared one of his favorite photos of his hometown.
Mark B. Ebert Photography/FacebookHe added, “I just want to thank everyone who has supported me and my family and the great people in my community and have given me the love, support and guidance to get this job.”
Ebert and his wife, Jessica, are expecting their second child in September.
He said he’s been photographing weddings since he was 17 years old.
He said he and his photographer friend were “on the cusp of getting married in May.”
Ebbetts said he’ll miss working in the industry, but he’s looking forward to getting back to photographing.