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Stephen and Angela shoot weddings for one reason - they love, LOVE!



Stephen and Angela know that there are tons of outstanding photographers in the San Diego area and they probably even know the other photographers you are considering. Stegela Photography admits that they are not for everyone, but they are for someone. They enjoy fine dining, musical theater, luxury hotels, karaoke, mani/pedi’s, shopping, comedy clubs, Las Vegas, movies, the beach and relaxing massages. If you can relate with any of these, or even just love the idea of a husband and wife dream team handling your wedding, then Stephen and Angela think they may be a good fit for you.

Anyone can pick up a camera with the right settings and lens, but it is the person behind the camera that makes a difference in the outcome of the photo. Beyond weddings, Stegela photography is also available for family portraits, headshots, boudoir, private and corporate events.

To Stephen and Angela every couple has their own story and they love being a part of every couple's special day to capture the emotions and celebration of love. With a beautiful love story of their own, it is a no brainer where they get their motivation.

Stegela photography was created on their one-year anniversary. They began shooting weddings in college, and shot 44 weddings in their first year thanks to college friends getting hitched. Now they only take a limited amount of weddings per year to give special attention to each couple. The photography duo commonly goes to comedy clubs or dinners with their clients in order to get to know them on a more personal level. They aim to have each client feel comfortable enough that when they show up on the big day, they are just good friends with fancy cameras.

The style of Stegela Photography is described as candid, fun, and elegant. Specializing in a photojournalistic style of capturing weddings + events, Stephen and Angela focus on capturing photos of the event exactly as it happens. They believe that capturing the undirected and unplanned moments is the most important part of photographing the celebration of love.