I'm Juan Jose
Born and bred in Texas, I'm a husband and soon to be father who loves philosophical conversations and time spent outdoors. Aside from my fascination with cinema and digital media, my hobbies include hunting, marksmanship, and practicing my pitmaster skills. Typical Texan, I know.
My business allows me to work with a variety of people, all from different backgrounds and beliefs. Just like my home, my business is welcome to all and I hope to get to know you soon!
EMMY AWARD WINNING FILMMAKER & PHOTOGRAPHER
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Wedding photography is a special craft. It has the ability to capture your intimacy in the midst of an event filled with love. Most people look back at their wedding photos to remember the time their families were all together. Some look back and remember the fun that they had on the dance floor with their brothers and sisters. It takes a special kind of person to be able to deliver these moments for you and your family.
It takes a special kind of person to be a wedding photographer. You need someone who feels comfortable shooting weddings and can be the calmest person in the room to serve as an anchor when things seem hectic. Someone who has worked with many wedding venues and vendors and who can communicate with each one of them to get the photos you want. Many photographers don't feel safe shooting wedding receptions or in lowlight conditions. Don't go with those photographers. Weddings tend to have a mixture of settings and locations, all of which can have different lighting scenarios. You want a photographer who can create great photos even in the worst conditions.
1.) First you need to obtain a marriage license from a Texas County's Clerk Office. Both Partners must be present and must be able to prove their identity. Take note that there is a fee ranging anywhere between $70-$81.
2.) Have someone appropriate your wedding. This could be a judge or a licensed minister ordained by the state of Texas.
3.) Have a ceremony. It is required by the state of Texas to have a ceremony. This can either be at the courthouse you're getting married at, or at your wedding venue of choice. This needs to be done within 90 days that the marriage license was issued.