As a photographer, it's a privilege, both personally and professionally, to bear witness and capture as many moments as possible through my lens. I shoot in a manner that is particular to the projects I'm commissioned for, whilst instilling my own voice in the layers, to create a unique body of images that in my hopes can transcend the ordinary.
Everyone has a distinct budget that needs to be respected, but that should never stop a client from expecting all they can. What you need to ask of your photographer is, "What is possible?"
Ask me, "Can it be done, Robert?" The answer is almost always, yes.
Don't limit your imagination or requirements based on budget. Together we can craft a body of images and final products that will make your needs and dreams realized. Think of me as your personal or staff photographer. You get to concentrate on your special moment, event or business without a care for how's it's being captured. The results are outstanding images that are the catalysts for your own visual story. All my photography is shot on location, which gives context, character and narrative to images.
Robert Perez Studio™ is located on the East End of Long Island in New York, shooting all of the metropolitan and tri-state area, as well as, special projects across the U.S. Proud member of Professional Photographers of America.
For private events, I move as inconspicuously as possible to allow my subjects a session of relaxed enjoyment that will best create natural images, whether they're posed or candid.
Weddings are particularly special. I'm more than your photographer, I'm your concierge assisting you in making your day not only go smoothly, but be fun and magical.
All my projects are shot on location. Portraits, fashion and products need context. Weddings have their own place. All my images must interact with the real world, even if the final image transcends that reality.
Location shoots, such as Real Estate or "A Day in the Life", are smooth and effortless, but I also allow for unexpected changes that may occur, such as weather conditions.
Commercial jobs, like fashion and editorial work, require planning to ensure efficiency to get the most of the products, sets, models and budget.