Steve O'Donnell - Artist - Photographer
This about me section is a little about me, but most of all, it is really all about you!
My mission is to capture your spirit, your personality, and your soul through the art of photography. I want nothing more than for you to have a wonderful client experience that results in unique, timeless photography which you are sure to cherish for years to follow. Beside the fact that I love photography and every aspect of it, I realize that hiring a photographer is not a necessity, but rather treating yourself to something special. I believe when you treat yourself you should feel happy about the process and the end result, and I take that very seriously. Whether your photography is for your wedding day, your family portrait session, or high school senior session I feel there is a story to tell through your images. Quite often that story is not only a split second moment of the camera's shutter, but also a dynamic chapter in your life. Simply put, I want to be the photographer who will help you tell this important chapter in your life. My philosophy is that your images should be about you, your family, your chapter in life, and what makes you unique. If you value photography as much as I do, especially if it is for your wedding day, then rest assured I have your back.
So What makes Photography by Steve O'Donnell different?
Well, there is the stunning image quality as displayed in my portfolio and previous client work. The technical aspect of having a clear image, proper skin tones, and depth in imaging that can easily be seen in a finished image. The process is the part that you may not have picked up on but you'll notice that my clients look naturally happy and I make sure that the process is comfortable, enjoyable, and fun for you. No one likes that awkward feeling of staring down the lens so I do my best to make you comfortable in front of the camera. I'm known to crack jokes and make you laugh even if it's at my expense. I do whatever it takes to make your wedding day or photo session an enjoyable experience.
What kind of equipment do you use?
"Canon professional DSLR cameras, Canon L series Lenses and Canon Speedlites. You know....one of those heavy big honkin cameras that make your forearm sore from carrying it after a few hours."