Photographer in Laguna

jcp portraits – Up to 83% Off Photo Shoots

Multiple Locations

$125 $25

Professional photographers capture families, babies, and individuals with custom backgrounds, props, and variety of poses

91% Off Photo Shoot from Portrait Scene

Multiple Locations

$218 $19

Seasoned photographers capture individuals and families during on-location shoots

Up to 60% Off Boudoir Photo Shoot

Central Sacramento

$375 $149

Photographer Tammy Nguyen Le creates a comfortable atmosphere as guests pose in make-up and lingerie during boudoir shoots

94% Off an Outdoor Photo-Shoot Package from Portrait Memory

Multiple Locations

$340 $19

A team of passionate photographers captures portraits of families, couples, and infants in the outdoor setting of their choice

87% Off Boudoir Photo Shoot and Prints

Downtown

$377 $49

Strut your stuff in four of your favorite outfits and turn two poses into 5"x7" and wallet-sized prints and retouched digital images

Up to 67% Off Photo Shoot and Images

Southeastern Sacramento

$150 $49.99

Digital image capture moments from an on-location or in-studio photo shoot

83% Off Photo-Shoot Package from Bill Mahon Photo

North Sacramento

$525 $89

Professional shutterbug photographs subjects on-location or in-studio and captures lasting memories

Up to 69% Off Photo-Shoot Package at Isis Media

Southeastern Sacramento

$137.50 $49

Experienced photographers snap pics of clients in a fun, upbeat environment

Up to 91% Off Boudoir-Photography Package

Folsom

$645 $59

Photographer Jeffery Warren, who specializes in boudoir and wedding photography, snaps sensual pics immortalized on disks and as prints

Up to 88% Off Lifetouch Portrait Packages at Target Portrait Studio

Roseville North Target

$204.95 $25

Photographers customize backdrops and props before capturing images with professional gear; posting images in online gallery within 24 hours

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Photographer Tonya Jordan spends a lot of time focusing her lens on tufts of hair, chubby cheeks, and bulging bellies. This is because she specializes in family photography, snapping shots of little ones, moms and dads, or everyone altogether—one of her go-to poses is to have expectant parents form a heart with their hands on top of a baby bump. Nuptial and engagement photos also fall inside Tonya’s wheelhouse, joining sleeping newborn snapshots, and candid photos of toddlers moving through emotional or physical states such as crying, laughing, or puzzling over a New Yorker cartoon. Tonya immortalizes these affectionate poses in bright color and in more dramatic black-and-white or sepia tones, depending on the mood of the image.

9950 Bruceville Road
Elk Grove,
CA
US

Wielding a high-tech camera, Lonna Ponce snaps dynamic portraits in the comfort of her studio or ventures out to on-location shoots. The shutterbug draws on an ability to lure emotive poses out of subjects while capturing wedding photos and family snapshots bound for Christmas cards or the syllabuses of robots trying to learn about love.

10466 Franklin Blvd
Elk Grove,
CA
US

Before looking through the camera lens, the expert photographers at Picture People spend time getting to know their subjects and establishing a strategy for conveying their personalities in print. Then, film-ready clients pose in the bright camera room, airing teeth amid colorful backdrops and creative props. Following snapshots, subjects make their way to the selection station to choose their favorite poses from their session, which may be treated with sepia tones, color accents, and decorative borders to suit any wall, wallet, wallpaper pattern, or trophy walleye.

Picture People encourages subjects to arrive 15 minutes early to the shoot and offers a variety of creative tips to help enhance mantel-dominating final results. The studio ensures satisfaction with a 100% guarantee on finished products.

7621 Laguna Blvd
Elk Grove,
CA
US

Looking back, Mischa and Brianne Purcell seem destined to have become photographers: Mischa was bitten by the shutterbug at the age of 8, when a family friend and photography professor first introduced him to the camera lens. Brianne started even earlier—when she was just 7, she put a camera on her Christmas list right when Santa had just secured the rights to manufacture celluloid. All these years later, the Purcells’ love of the art form hasn’t waned. They bring their enthusiasm and smiles to important events in people’s lives, including weddings.

As Mischa puts it in a video on his website, “It’s a true honor to be paid to create art around people’s love stories. It’s the best thing I could ever imagine doing.” This genuine passion comes through in his photographs. To capture the essence of each couple, the photographer thinks outside of the box. Aside from photos at the church, Mischa might have newlyweds pose in front of old buildings, on a truck bed, or simply in front of a bright blue sky. The photographers extend this sort of creativity to other types of sessions. They can photograph families in fields dotted by wildflowers or stay in their studio to carefully capture senior portraits. Mischa also shares his expertise during workshops, which teach the ins and outs of photography and postproduction.

2794 21st St.
Sacramento,
California
US

The team behind Eleakis & Elder Photography draws artistic inspiration from what is most important in their own lives: their human and four-legged family members. Roger Ele and his wife and part-time assistant, Joan Stathakis-Ele, founded the studio in 1986; since then, Roger has relied on low-light photography and his love for animals to capture countless families, brides, and beloved pets. Chantel Elder joined the staff in 2001 and became a partner in 2008. When she's not busy in the studio, she can be found cooking with her new husband, spending time in the garden, and hanging out with her two boston terriers. New crew member Mark Long has been a professional photographer for more than 30 years—about as long as he's been married. Though he studied commercial and underwater photography at the renowned Brooks Institute, he now looks no further than his two children and grandchild for a smiling subject.

In addition to snapping pictures of furry friends, the photographers support the Sacramento SPCA and other charitable animal causes. They can turn feline or canine portraits into wall art, a 30-page album, and gift cards, or shred them and weave the strips into a pet sweater. They are also fans of the performing arts: Roger has done work for The Sacramento Ballet and has been the official photographer of Sacramento Opera since 1984.

4625 Freeport Blvd
Sacramento,
CA
US

2739 Macon Dr
Sacramento,
CA
US