This seriously skilled documentary photographer may be your ninja photographer bestie

Anyone who hires Deb is likely digging her documentary photography style, just like we do. And with good reason: she's done a LOT of documentary and editorial projects. She's got a breadth of photography experience that expands much farther than just weddings. She's even worked as an event photographer and as set photographer for television and indie movies.

Here are a few reasons we heart Deb Huber and why you will, too…

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An inked, glam, and woodland-meets-industrial wedding at the Carrie Furnaces in Pittsburgh

Heather and Sean's inked style is easy to love, just like their industrial-inspired wedding at an awesome Pittsburgh venue, an abandoned steel mill. Towering 92 feet over the Monongahela River, the Carrie Furnaces are a historical landmark and rare example of pre-World War II iron-making technology.

The flowers are lush, the hair and makeup is immaculate, and the dichotomy of the woodland details in the steel space is the BEST. Look out for the animals masks, flowery shoes, and amazing love…

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A surprise proposal engagement in Philadelphia

Jill proposed to her partner Duby (in that hat!) a few months prior to their engagement session. But here's the twist: Duby decided to propose back to Jill during their shoot when they arrived at the Race Street Pier in Philly for some more photos. Jill didn't expect to get a ring until the wedding day, so this was a total surprise to her, as you can see! It was quite a surprise proposal.

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This brunch wedding on a train(!) is laid-back wedding goals

A wedding on a train with a gorgeous brunch spread on a Sunday? Sign us up! Add in the adorable Ring Pop exchange with the groom's new stepson, the awesome kids' activity table, Star Trek details galore, and the bar after-party, and we're in love with this brunch wedding on a train. Oh, and want happy guests? This ice cream truck surprise is a surefire win.