What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
At Redcube, we've created numerous productions at a highly professional level. We know how to find a story and bring it to life. As videographers, our aim is to shoot beautiful frames which compliment the storyline.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Having the ability to skillfully edit is one of our trademarks. Creating masterfully shot and edited videos, a clear well told story is sure to be born.
What do you love most about your job?
We are a team with full of passion, and hear from different storytellers.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
It's more than perfect.
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.
Few things can derail a family photo like a crying child. However, though the tear-soaked cheeks and scowling faces may seem disastrous, they allow the photographers at Dekker Photography to capture what they're after: personality. They've been snapping fun, personal photos at weddings and family photo shoots for the past decade. Though they happily welcome subjects into their studio, they also haul their gear to local spots, such as Baker Beach, Crissy Field, Lyon Street Steps, and the place where the Golden Gate Bridge intersects with a pot of gold. As an example of the dedication to making subjects feel comfortable in front of the camera, each boudoir photo shoot is directed by a female photographer, includes ample wardrobe changes, and offers the option for a hairstylist and makeup artist to glam up subjects before the shoot.
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.
In her own words, Rhiannon of Alloria Winter Photography sees the world through “enchanted colored glasses.” Her photography portfolio reflects the bohemian streets of Paris and the whimsical landscapes of Alice in Wonderland. She has a deep respect for expecting mothers and loves making women feel beautiful. Her enchanted clothing closet invites models to emulate Victorian courtesans and femme fatales by slipping into beautiful gowns, lingerie from Agent Provocateur, pulling on a pair of Christian Louboutins or Manolo Blahniks, and layering limbs with antique and chanel jewelry. Rhiannon’s portraits and maternity photos maintain the sophistication and surrealism of her style while capturing the subject’s mothering glow.
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