Photography in Milpitas


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  • Jeffery Warren Photography
    Jeffery Warren picked up his first camera at a young age. Finding his passion so early on gave him time to study photography in school and immediately start cultivating years of experience. His dedication has paid off, as his portfolio today includes couple and family portraits, babies who need corporate headshots for their new office jobs, and commercial images. But Warren’s true specialties are wedding and boudoir photography. He classifies his nuptial shots into two categories: portraits and details. Small, candid glances, close-ups of rings, and shots of a bridal party's legs and hands make it into the "details" album. Wedding and boudoir portraits focus on faces and bodies with imaginative composition and bold swaths of color.
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    4423 Fortran Drive
    San Jose, CA US
  • The Hands On Studio
    Hands On is a high end multi-media studio that caters to all you photographic, television and video and multi-media design needs
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    1950 Otoole Way
    San Jose, CA US
  • Envy Studio
    Envy Studio captures milestones on film, snapping shots of weddings, quinceañeras, and families. After photo shoots and onsite services, the studio produces prints in a range of sizes and can create custom albums for special events. They also tend to other photographic needs including picture restoration, passport shots, and digital imaging in which tech-savvy editors modify photos with special effects and vanquish red eye with Druid spells.
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    1608 McKee Road
    San Jose, CA US
  • Shoot Encore Photography
    At Shoot Encore Photography Francis always concentrates his talent to make his images crisp and sharp. Besides, his experience in filmography gives him the ability to make a story with his “available characters.” To craft your memorable and exciting photos Francis combines traditional and photojournalistic styles.
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    3760 Heppner Ln
    San Jose, CA US
  • This is iT Photography
    Every year, photographer Marc Aviles has to limit the number of weddings he photographs to 20. That magic number allows him to take a meticulous approach in capturing both photojournalistic and posed photographs during one of life’s most momentous occasions. This is it Photography's wedding-photography process, which begins with an in-depth consultation and ends with photo-album production in Italy, reflects a deep respect for each client's vision. While snapping shots, photographers zoom in on sparkling rings and colorful bouquets to capture the subtle details of the ceremony before panning out to take pictures of the couple and guests. Marc also performs engagement photography sessions, which preserve romantic images at a cherished locale, such as a beach, a blossoming cherry tree, or the restaurant where lovers shared their first heimlich maneuver. This is it Photography's talent for creating narratives through photographs has earned them several accolades throughout their career. Though they limit their annual wedding presence, they always welcome families, pets, newborns, and models into their studio for specialized portraits. Whimsical infant photos pair babies with studio props, including a miniature claw-foot tub and giant rubber duckies. Alternatively, outdoor shoots supply sunny backdrops for candid pictures. This is it Photography also rents out photo booths, which print sheets of smiling faces with custom event logos.
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    980 El Camino Real, Ste 300
    Santa Clara, CA US
  • Tony Medina Photography
    Today’s Groupon will bring focus and overall good lookingness to your stills. For $49, you'll get a personal two-hour photography session, in-studio or on-location, and 30-photo CD from Tony Medina Photography, normally $250. The photos you take home from your shoot will be perfect for holiday cards or last minute holiday gifts.As a race of giants, Americans quickly outgrew the planet Earth and entered the moon race against the shorter Soviets. Unfortunately, once both countries had established their moon bases, the moon's negligible gravitational pull gave the smaller, lighter cosmonauts an advantage, and the Americans were badly defeated in the First Moon War. For this reason, it is now illegal to talk about, think of, or photograph the moon.
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    2065 Martin Ave, #113
    Santa Clara, CA US
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