Jon Simpson Wedding Event Photography:
One of the most challenging assignments that Jon Simpson receives is to capture a wedding or event. Before doing so, he always consults with his client as to which style of photography they are interested in the most. A photo journalistic style in which the photographer skirts the edge of the activity capturing it in a non intrusive manner….or do they want a more posed and formal style in which the photographer asks people to gather in ways that will form lasting photographs.
Either way…after the wedding or event the memories are lovingly put into a video slide show which the clients view at the photographers studio enveloped by surround sound music. The slide show and photo gallery are then put online so that the wedding or event can be shared with friends and family worldwide.
Print output options are vast and exciting. From keepsake hardcover books to huge acrylic or metal prints that take your breath away.
Take a look at the blog page to see some online wedding video samples.
Jon Simpson Biography, in his own words:
My love affair with photography started early in my acting career.
From the beginning I always had a keen interest in lighting for theatre and film. Whether I was onstage or in front of a camera, I always marveled at the craft of stage lighting and cinematography. Whenever possible, I would take advantage of my access to gain knowledge of the tools that these wonderful craftsmen had at their disposal.
Even when I was on the Paramount film set dressed as the Vulcan Sarek (Spock’s father) during the filming of the feature film Star Trek V with the original Star Trek cast members, I was also observing and asking questions about lighting and composition.
Some twenty five years later, having appeared on the stage in Los Angeles and Phoenix, worked on motion pictures, television shows and a multitude of commercials.
I’m now ready to focus my sense of lighting and composition that I’ve garnered during all these years on your project.
Sometimes… the camera is full of film… the lights are set up… and being a natural born ham…..I snap a few pictures of myself!