Michael Loeb specializes in Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Family and Professional Portraits, Corporate Events, Parties, Anniversaries and other Events
I have loved photographing these memorable moments and I still find joy in creating and bringing happiness to others with my photography. I am honored that you're here viewing my services and my mission.
I photographed my first wedding at age 13 as a favor for my cousin, and the rest, as they say, is history. As a result of my love of photography and the warm accolades I have received about my work throughout my life, I decided to turn professional years later. I have studied photography in college and in professional seminars and workshops over the years. I was fortunate to win first prize at the County Fair for "Best Color Print," and have won several other prizes since that time. I have worked professionally as a photographer for several years. As one of California's premiere wedding photographers, my work has been featured in guides, magazines, and in various galleries. I appear in "By Recommendation Only," an invaluable wedding guide. I also have been found in the prestigious planner "Here Comes The Guide."
I am proud of an achievement made where my business was the featured vendor on the 1/2 hour TV program titled "The Wedding Show". It was shown in the San Francisco Bay Area with much positive response. I provided answers to many questions brides and grooms are asking about photography.
While my portraits are superb examples of this style of photography, I strive to outdo myself with my candid shots. With a sense of humor and what has been described as an uncanny sense of timing, I capture details can easily be overlooked. For visual proof of my "knack", I invite you to examine the array of photojournalistic and candid photos on my various pages.
"Memory is very important, the memory of each photo taken, flowing at
the same speed as the event. During the work, you have to be sure that
you haven't left any holes, that you've
captured everything, because afterwards it will be too late."