witnessing life, taking pictures

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Tifany Caldwell Photography

Delaware wedding photographer, in lewes, rehoboth beach.  Lesbian and Gay weddings photography, wedding photojournalism in delaware.  Beach Portrait photographer at the delaware beaches.  Lifestyle and documentary photographer on eastern shore.  Best photographer in delaware.  Tiffany Caldwell Photography specializes in wedding photography and beach portraits in lewes and rehoboth beach, de.

So, a little about us...


Tiffany Caldwell Photography specializes in photojournalism and capturing the everyday moments in their natural form.  Whether it's a long overdue family reunion on the beach, an afternoon with your kids at the park, an intimate union or a grand wedding, we feel honored to be there photographing these special occasions in your life.

Our artistic vision is unique to each event and we approach it as such.  Tiffany Caldwell Photography is about YOU and we make it our goal to let you shine in the photos!  From the nervous moments before a wedding ceremony, to the playful laughter you experience as you walk your kids on the beach, to the tears of joy that experience when you are moved in the moment, we are inspired by your life story.  

Working alongside Tiffany is lead wedding photographer and videographer Kyle Ten Eyck.  When Tiffany and Kyle get together, the real fun begins!  We have a blast working together and you will be at ease in front of the camera with us behind the lens.  We not only love we what we do, but share a passion for photography and the people that make the pictures "happen."

During a photo session with Tiffany or Kyle, we are not just a photographers, but artists, careful observers, listeners, at times a bit of comic relief, and hopefully by the end of your time with us, your friends behind the lens.

Dorothea Lange, a famous photojournalist once said, "Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still."

At Tiffany Caldwell Photography, we hope to do just that, "altering YOUR life by holding it still."