San Francisco Wedding Photography Studio Announces Fifth Excellence Award

San Francisco wedding photography studio Duende Photo’s owner Ken Mendoza has won the coveted WPPI “Honors of Excellence - Silver” award. The 2018 edition of the award recognizes long-term excellence in wedding photography. The studio provides standard and customized wedding photography packages in San Francisco.

San Francisco, United States - March 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

San Francisco wedding photography studio Duende Photo announced that owner Ken Mendoza has been awarded the prestigious “Honors of Excellence – Silver” award for the fifth time. Instituted by Wedding Portrait & Wedding Photographers International (WPPI), the award recognizes technical and artistic excellence in wedding photography.

More information about Duende Photo and Ken Mendoza is available at http://duendephoto.com

The “Honors of Excellence” awards use a peer-rated points system that considers sustained long-term excellence. Competition entries for wedding & portrait photography are submitted from around the world. Points are awarded based on creativity, composition, posing, and lighting. Recipients are awarded based on their cumulative scores over a period of 16 years.

Duende Photo offers multiple wedding & engagement photography packages priced for City Hall, Yosemite National Park, and other San Francisco locations. The studio’s city hall packages range from a basic “ceremony-only” coverage to a comprehensive photographic and HD video coverage of the wedding including family and friends and a photo shoot at up to three locations in San Francisco.

Yosemite wedding packages include all-day coverage by two of the studio’s top photographers. Duende Photo also covers elopements, engagements, family events, offering customized packages.

According to a spokesperson for the Bay Area wedding photography team, “The prestigious 2018 WPPI award is the culmination of decades of sustained artistic excellence that drives Duende Photo. The award recognizes Ken Mendoza’s journey since the expansion of his studio and is the result of superlative technique and creativity honed by WPPI conferences and master classes with the world’s top wedding photographers.”

Established in the North Oakland area, Duende Photo is an in-home engagement & wedding photo studio specializing in artistic photography in and around San Franciso. The studio’s team of professional photographers use Canon, Nikon, and Sony equipment. Services are available across California including San Diego, Santa Cruz, Malibu, and other locations. More information is available at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Ken Mendoza
Organization: Duende Photo
Address: 615 San Bruno Ave., San Francisco, California 94107, United States
Phone: +1-415-304-8809

For more information, please visit http://duendephoto.com

Source: PressCable

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