JACLS Photography
JACLS Photography

JACLS Photography

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Introduction: With over 35 years of experience in Fashion, Wedding, Portrait and Documentary photography I understand the important are good quality images as a memory to cherish. As a member of Professional Photographers of America I am prepared to provide those memories for you. Photography is a challenging profession, a fascinating world that is also full of rewards. Knowing one has capture that special moment for a client for ever is one of those great rewards.
Overview

Hired 1 time

3 employees

20 years in business

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21 photos

Reviews
Exceptional 5.0

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Wilfredo V.

JACLS Photography's reply
Thanks
Jul 7, 2015
Britt W.

He is very professional.
JACLS Photography's reply
Thanks Britt. You have being one of the models I have enjoy to work with the most.
Aug 27, 2014
Nunu M.

Awesome individual, caring, trustworthy, reliable, Professional, among others great qualities...
JACLS Photography's reply
Thanks Nuri.
Mar 3, 2014
Bret A.

Hector is a very warm and caring individual who pays great attention to detail. He has a wealth of experience in the photography business and he would be an excellent decision should you choose to hire him for your photography needs. He is first and foremost a professional who intimately understands the detail needed in each photograph to bring the subject matter to be the central point of focus. I am proud that I get to call him my friend.- Bret Akins
JACLS Photography's reply
Thanks Bret, Is great to be able to count you among my friends, we had lots of fun together in Petersburg.
Aug 8, 2014
Andrea M.

Mr.rivera is very professional. While deployed , he captured wonderful memories . He is patient and loves to be behind the camera. He does what the customer wants and provides his best work. He knows lighting , location and doesn't waste your time. His pricing is very very reasonable. He does a great job.
JACLS Photography's reply
Thanks for the wonderful review Andrea. That year in the desert is one I will never forget.
Aug 27, 2014

FAQs

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    I am a graduate of Casa Aboy Photography Academe and was accepted to complete a Masters Degree in Fine Art Photography at the Academy of Art, Hollywood.

  • What types of customers have you worked with?

    I specialize in intimate wedding, fashion and portrait photography. We strive to capture your special day in a tasteful and innovating way without interfering with your celebration. Your guest will not even notice we are there. I use a portrait and documentary approche to photography. We will never limit the number of photos included in your package. We know how to find the most candid and special moments in your wedding, and we take as many pictures as needed to fully tell the story of your special day!

  • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

    Wedding pictures are a cherished keepsake, passed down through generations, and the only commemoration of the thousands of hours and dollars spent to plan one of the most important days of your life. Other than the choice of a spouse, the choice of the wedding photographer is the most important wedding-related decision you will make, and is not to be taken lightly. Following these steps can help you select the best photographer to record your Big Day. Decide what style of wedding photography you prefer. Are you looking for a traditional approach with mostly posed images? Or do you prefer lots of candid shots in which the subject may not even know he or she is being photographed? Do you like the glamour approach of fashion photography? Would you prefer a photographer who combines all of these styles (a freestyle or eclectic wedding photographer)? Decide what level of service you want from your wedding photographer. Perhaps you only need photographs of your ceremony so having just 1-3 hours of photography may be enough for you. Other couples may prefer a complete package that may include a pre-wedding engagement sessions, rehearsal dinner photographs, bridal portraits and newlywed photos. Decide how many images you would like from your wedding celebration(s). Some photographers may provide you with under 100 images to remember your wedding day by. Higher-end photographers often capture thousands of images (generally from 1,000 to 3,000) for you to keep forever. Figure out how much time and expertise you have to process your images yourself. Many brides who choose photographers that only give them a disc of their images (no album, prints or other items) find that they lack the time, software or knowledge to create their own albums, properly edit the photos (crop, color correct, etc.). Often, years later, these couples just have a stack of dusty, cheaply processed proof photos or photos on a disc that are not being lovingly displayed as a reminder of the wedding day Determine your Budget. Photographer fees, prints, albums, etc. generally come to approximately 12% of the entire wedding budget. This will allow you to quickly discard candidates which you cannot afford Research photographers. Ask your friends, inquire at bridal shops and with the management of the ceremony and reception sites you have chosen. Also browse bridal websites for information and links to photographers that work in your area Research each of the photographers on your list: look at samples of their work on the Internet, ask for and call their references, and check their standing with the Better Business Bureau When interviewing make sure to ask questions about liability insurance, sales tax, do they have a back up camera/gear Confirm, confirm, confirm! This is the golden rule of wedding planning. Remember: your wedding is more important to you and your spouse-to-be than to anyone else. As such, you must confirm appointments, plans, reservations, etc., several times—Once at contract signing, a second time 3-6 months before the event, and again 1-2 weeks before, at which time last minute details, changes, and requests can be worked out

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