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%utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism ||Occasionally we’ll have a client ask for something different. ¬†Something out of the box.

Marisa & Mickey had seen a few stop-motion videos used as ‘Save the Date’ notes floating around the web and asked if we could do that for them. ¬†Now I havn’t played with stop-motion since high school (I seem to remember it involved a lot of dismembered clay people), but I’m not one to avoid a challenge.

Someone (probably a thief) once said that good artists borrow while great artists steal – so, M & M took some ideas they found out there, added a few touches of their own and asked us to make it happen.

Please to enjoy!
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%utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism || So far 2010 is turning out to be ZumaPhoto‘s best year ever! We have been booking our summer and fall dates earlier and faster than we ever have before and we are stoked to be working with clients that have so much great energy!

As always though, Spring is the rather slow stepchild of our year….

Its not really something that photographers talk about much, but the truth is that wedding photography is highly seasonal, with the great majority of events taking place in the summer, autumn and winter months, and only a paltry few landing in spring. Well we decided to address that issue straight up and we think that we’re the first studio to do so.

Taking a cue from the many world-class ski resorts in the area, we thought that we’d hold a little experiment in market-demand pricing. We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of off-season pricing on local events that take place between

February 1 – May 15th, 2010

This limited time, special pricing that represents extraordinary savings over our standard rates. What’s more, both the full-day AND half-day packages come with the option to take the full-resolution files at no additional cost!
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%utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism ||hey everybody! did you know that ZumaPhoto has a sister brand specializing in contemporary children and family portraiture? We are Sprout Photo and I (logan) head it up! %utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism || I just wanted to plug the holiday greeting cards we are offering this season. Check out all of the super-cool customizable designs we have to offer. There is still time to take care of your family, children or newlywed holiday portraits. Wouldn’t the grandparents just love a beautiful portrait wrapped in a bow this Christmas? Or if you can’t make it in for a portrait session, we can use images from your recent wedding and create a lovely holiday greeting card. To set up your portrait session or simply to order cards, contact Logan at either logan@sprout-photo.com or logan@ZumaPhoto.com. I can also be reached at 801-244-2778

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%utah wedding photographer %wedding photojournalism ||To some, a wedding album is simply a collection of photos. For us and our clients, however, the album represents the culmination of an ardent vision. Months to years of planning and sweating of details on the part of our clients; one compressed and emotionally charged day; countless hours shooting, editing, retouching, interpreting and designing our images of that day – all come together into the ultimate presentation of the memories that all that effort forged – the album.

At ZumaPhoto, the delivery of an album is the one time where all work stops and we take a moment to gather together in appreciation of the results of our efforts.

Today we’d like to share just a peek of our latest creation with you – the album of Alicia & Jay.

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