Aaron Zeller understands that great photography goes beyond pretty scenery and broad smiles—it’s about telling a story. He founded AJZeller Photography in 2009 as a way to document genuine emotions—from a young couple’s love to a family’s joyful new addition—unsullied by contrived poses or smiles enlarged with clown makeup. Aaron specializes in what he calls Beloved photography, a style that strives to capture the raw, unfiltered love of a couple through real-life interactions instead of coached emotions. He offers wedding, portrait, and engagement photography as well as a unique program—A Life Remembered—that records the passing of time through yearly photo sessions, discounted prints, and hourly polaroids of a grandfather clock.
With eyes and lenses trained to translate fleeting moments into lasting imagery, Deyo's Photography's snapshooting sharpshooters capture memorable expressions during each session in the well-equipped studio. Over the course of each sitting—which typically lasts between 30 to 60 minutes—pose holders place their stamp on posterity as Deyo's camera crew preserves slices of life using a means more efficient than costly oil paintings or pressing subjects in wax paper. Choose a family or individual session to showcase singular singles or populated clans, or opt for a children's session to capture the innocence of youth before it swiftly melts into teenage angst and hormone-driven lycanthropy.
Omaha's Premier Portrait Studio. Specialists in family portraiture for over 29 years . From young family/maternity portraits thru large multi-generational family groups, we make it fun and easy to get the portrait that's just perfect for your style and taste.
The shutterbugs at family-owned J.D. Beyer Photography capture professional shots to memorialize all manner of occasions including family portraits, engagement photos, and senior pictures. Once clients have rock-paper-scissored to determine their favorites, staffers then print traditional images or transform them into mementos such as calendars, greeting cards, and canvas gallery wraps. In addition to snapping wedding photography, the crew also rents out photo booths, complete with funny props such as hats and masks, to enliven receptions.