Ed Tyler Photography
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We hired Ed to photograph a few hours of our friend's bachelorette weekend, at a stunning ranch outside of Palm Springs. He was punctual, friendly and very good at making everyone feel at ease/seamlessly moving around the party to get some great candid shots. He also took some group photos and solo shots of the bride. All of the guests have loved having professional images to remember the day by! He captured the scenery and the essence of the weekend (a little chaotic, extremely fun). Highly recommend!Mar 4, 2020
He was prompt to show up, very friendly, flexible in what we wanted, and took great photos. A positive experience all around!Feb 29, 2020Ed Tyler Photography's reply
Thanks Aleks. It was a fun event with some amazing people!
We hired Ed to produce business portraits and he totally nailed it. He accommodated all our requests. We are extremely grateful for his work as well as his magnificent communication skills. We recommend Ed Tyler to everyone looking for a dependable professional with a personal approach and a keen eye.Jun 19, 2020Verified
Wedding and Event Photography
Quick response - flexible on times & dates - professional - great valueMar 7, 2020Verified
Ed was great! Pictures turned out awesome, and he was so patient and understanding with our little girls. Highly recommendFeb 29, 2020
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I am willing to work with you to tell your story through the lens of my camera. If you are not able to afford my quote let's talk about what you can afford.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I believe it is important to sit down in a meeting with the customer prior to the photoshoot to get to know them and what might be their needs. From there I map out a plan and email it to the customer. I think it is important to anchor down deadlines, expectations, and a path to follow. I will be honest and reliable in order to create your memories
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I actually started in photography when I was in the Navy many years ago but sold my camera because I needed money for college. It wasn't until long after I got married, I graduated from college, and raised kids that I took it up again. Even though my journey into the world of photography was birthed later in my life, I believe that it is never too late to reinvent myself and unlock my creative side.