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Pleasanton California

February, 28th

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About Photography Studios

For the big events in your life: high school graduation, marriage, the birth of a baby, and more, you will want to have your local photography studios researched. There are many things to consider when choosing a photography studio: price, contract terms, style, and the personality of the photographer. One of the best ways to find the best local photography studios are to ask your friends and relatives who they have used and had a good experience with. Others can be found in the local yellow pages and online. Schedule appointments with several local studios to get an idea of different methods and a general price range for your specific area. First, talk to the photography studio about their shooting style. If you are hiring a local wedding photographer, do you want someone who is laid back and takes behind the scene and off the cuff arty black and white photos or someone who takes more formal color studio-type shots of the whole family? Do you want a high school graduation portrait in a unique place, like along a train track or in your favorite neighborhood hideout, or in a studio with a professionally painted backdrop with flattering lighting? The photography studio should be able to provide examples of previous sessions and be able to discuss what they are best at. If available, you can also take in photos from magazines and books to show the photographer the style you are interested in.

  • Toshio Photography

    701 Lido Dr, Livermore, CA 94550

    (925) 449-3663

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  • Christina's Custom Photography

    3003 Bersano Ct, Pleasanton, CA 94566

    (925) 461-2313

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  • Corning Photography

    3003 Bersano Ct, Pleasanton, CA 94566

    (925) 426-0230

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  • Marcelo Fuentes Photography

    144 S J St, Livermore, CA 94550

    (925) 245-9298

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  • Ahern Kathleen Photography

    4355 Technology Dr Unit I, Livermore, CA 94551

    (925) 606-8800

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  • Gentile Enterprises Sports Photography

    4355 Technology Dr Unit I, Livermore, CA 94551

    (925) 294-8140

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  • Michael Scott Studios

    1046 Vintner Way, Pleasanton, CA 94566

    (925) 600-1300

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  • Bodin Studio Photography

    1046 Vintner Way, Pleasanton, CA 94566

    (925) 447-6287

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  • Meritage House of Photography

    4615 1st St, Pleasanton, CA 94566

    (925) 462-9364

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  • Randy Wong Photography

    4615 1st St, Pleasanton, CA 94566

    (925) 462-5919

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More on Photography Studios

The advantages of talking to several local photography studios is to get an average price for certain packages. Prices in different areas can vary greatly. While the day rate for a wedding photographer in a small city may charge $700 dollars for a day, a wedding photographer in New York or Chicago can cost up to three thousand dollars. An important question to address when talking about price is to ask the studio what exactly you are getting for their fee. Some photographers, especially those photography studios shooting digitally, they may provide a copy on CD of every file they take during your event. This will generally cost more for the shooting fee, but then you are free to get the photos printed anywhere for a minimal fee. Those still shooting film and some shooting digital, may choose to retain the rights of every photo taken. This means that whenever you would like an additional copy of one of the photos from the session, you must re-visit your local photography studios to get those copies, which generally cost up to ten times as much as taking a file into a chain photography store. One thing that cannot be discounted during the process of talking to your local photography studios is your rapport with the photographer. This person is going to be spending your special day with you and you want to be as comfortable as possible. The better the relationship with the shooter, the easier it will be to get natural beautiful photographs to last a lifetime.

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