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EyeSpy Photography – A++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


I found Stephany of EyeSpy Photography completely by luck on the Wedding Photojournalist Association website. I say “by luck” because I had already searched their website numerous times, and had met with a few photographers but just hadn’t found the right one yet. So I decided to check out WPJA again. And what do you know?! Stephany was just accepted to the site, and really the rest was history.


I emailed Stephany some basic details of wedding in an effort to find out some more info. She was quick on the reply and she gave me tons of into on her packages. We agreed to meet soon after in her home studio in Stillwater, MN. As we left her house I said to Joe “OMG she’s it! She’s our photographer!” She worked out a special package that encompassed every thing we needed, and didn’t have anything we didn’t. It was perfect, and really easy to work with Stephany.


A year later we did our engagement pictures, and Joe and I were both totally nervous! We’re not center of attention kind of people, but Stephany quickly put us at ease with her quirky, fun personality. We were nervous about how our pictures would turn out because we both have a tendency to make weird faces, but our pictures were great! We ended up ordering a ton of prints.


Now, on to the good stuff. The wedding. Stephany and Matt (her husband and also her second shooter) flew in early and spent some time hanging out with Joe and myself and our family. They fit in like they had been there their entire lives!! Super fun people to be with.


The day of the wedding Stephany came with me and the girls over to LC in the AM, and Matt went with Joe and the rest of the group. I loved that we had both aspects covered.


We loved Stephany and Matt, and so did our families. I would recomend her to everyone looking for a great photographer!


Pictures coming...

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So, Stephany has this funky green plastic camera, called a Holga, that she brought to Mexico. It's pretty crazy, it makes this weird sound when she takes the picture and she has to wind the film - apparently it's known for taking unique looking pictures. Anyway she just blogged the pictures from the green plastic camera!


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