Photographer in Glen Park


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  • Reb6studios
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    7 Arnold Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Checkerbox Photography
    Jonathan Mandel attributes much of his current success as a photographer to the people who gave him his start at 8 years old. There was Mr. King, his photography teacher, who taught him how to develop pictures. And his father, who gave him his first camera and patiently allowed a bathroom in their apartment to become a darkroom. That was a while ago, and yet something he learned early on still lives on in Jonathan's work today: a sense of discovery and play. His clients often credit the visual artist with making his sessions fun, bringing out natural moments, and demonstrating a rare talent for steadying a tripod inside a bouncy castle. Whether capturing happy families for portraits or documenting wedding days, his unique eye for light casts each shot in unexpected, striking tones.
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    300 Foerster St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Rikki Ward Photography
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    3225B Folsom St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • John Ater
    Cruise around the city while brushing up on basic camera skills and honing an eye for composition during a two-hour photography workshop led by professional photon-wrangler John Ater, who has shot for the likes of Modern Luxury magazine and Dillard's. The workshop requires snap-happy shutterbugs to bring their own personal cameras, which may include traditional point-and-shooters, digital SLRs, or parlor-sized camerae obscurae. During the course of the photo trek, students are guided through the Mission, the Castro, the Embarcadero, or Chinatown, so comfortable clothes, shoes, and tracking devices are highly suggested. Check out the FAQs and view the current schedule and sign up for the workshop online.
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    101 Liberty Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Amerian Giant
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    3171 21st St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Dore Studio
    Doré Studio is the oldest photography studio in San Francisco. Founded in 1951 by the mother of the current proprietor, the studio specializes in capturing life’s most important moments through modern digital imaging technology and a sense of old-school glamor. A vein of 1930s Hollywood runs through the in-house productions here, where divas lay on the divans as makeup artists prep them as if for a would be screen test. The studio also provides tuxes and formal wear for guys. Be it senior portraits, quinceañeras or nostalgic re-enactments of grainy, sepia-toned photos, Doré shows its clients in the best possible light.
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    2442 Mission St
    San Francisco, CA US
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