For four years running, photographer Sean J. Mason—who has been capturing striking images of clients for more than 15 years—has won WeddingWire’s Bride’s Choice Award for his spontaneous, photojournalistic fine-art photography. In addition to documenting weddings and engagements, Mason captures striking portraits of clients, allowing them to recall fleeting moments in time or show up fading paintings of relatives in their Hall of Ancestors.
Formerly known as the Analog Cucumber, Digital Pickle specializes in transforming your pre-digital memories into high-def formats that are compatible with modern media. Today's deal gets you $90 worth of VHS to DVD video transfer services that will save your old home videos before their aging ribbons are seized by the jaws of Death's goat (prices start at $20 to create a two-hour DVD). Using state-of-the-art equipment, Digital Pickle's skilled technicians will synchronize frames, stabilize images, and reduce white noise in the original video, returning it to you in its completed form for enhanced reminiscing.
Orlando Aviles was never a big shutterbug until he met his fiancé, Ana, an avid documenter of family events. Her passion was contagious, and soon Orlando found himself behind the lens, snapping shots for his own company, Owando Photography. He specializes in portraits of other engaged couples, which he conducts at each pair's favorite location. Those sessions result in slideshows, prints, and a DVD with more than 80 images of the soon-to-be newlyweds. Orlando also lends his photographic talent to special events as well as individual and family portraits.