As a photographer in Orlando for the past 16 years, I met and worked with a variety of fascinating people from all walks of life. My services include event, wedding, real estate, portrait, and arts and entertainment photography. I also enjoy creating unique digital art and learning new techniques from fellow photographers.
Being a photographer is more than just knowing how to take a picture. My job is not only to take amazing photographs, but to capture the heart and spirit of each person, place, or thing while I am shooting. My passion for the art of photographing shows in whichever arena I am called to work in. Making a living doing what I love is an absolute blessing and I would love the opportunity to add you to my growing list of happy clients.
No matter what the booking may entail, my clients can trust that my unique style of photography is both creative and technically sound. I use color and black/white in both traditional and photojournalistic styles. My work has modern and simplistic flare.
Staying focused on the details and making each client feel like they are my only client is an important part of my photography business. When a client hires me they can be confident in my professionalism, experience, and ability to deliver exactly what is expected. Whether shooting in a formal setting or a more causal one, my focus is always on exceeding my customer’s expectations.
Yvette Waters was born in Massachusetts and raised in Florida. She received a degree from Daytona State University in Photographic Technology, is a staff photographer for the Orlando Fringe Festival, and her work was recently published in Curve Magazine. Her work is also on the cover of a new memoir titled Switching Teams: What Coming Out Later in Life Taught Me About Love, Conquering Fear, and Accepting Change written by Dawn Elizabeth Waters. When Yvette is not photographing or creating art, she enjoys reading, being an activist for women’s issues, LGBTQ equality, and social justice. Yvette supports The Barber Fund, Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation, and Planned Parenthood. She lives in Debary, Florida with her wife and their four sons.