Michael Tyler Photography
Michael Tyler is a wonderful photographer. He is a laid back, calm, and friendly person and such a delight to work with. Michael totally listened to what we wanted from our photos of the day and delivered above and beyond our expectations. My only complaint in retrospect is that I wish we had more photos/angled and wish we had added a second photographer so that we'd have some more photos, but the quality and style of Michael's work was top of the line. The album that he put togeter was really spectacular and we love showing it off to anyone who is in the least bit interested. I would totally recommend Michael and would love to work with him again one day.
Absolute BEST Photographer in the business.
Mike is very softspoken and will not burden you throughout your special day or bug your guests. He WILL capture every little precious moment from your grandmother doing the "YMCA" to the special look only you and your new spouse share. He can really capture the FEELINGS of your wedding and not just the posed pictures.
Our family loves his photography skills so much that I've recommeded ALL my pals to him and they are just as happy with their results!!!
I am first a documentary photographer. I focus on what happens, not what gets posed – being a witness to the day, because the best moments are unscripted.
Portraits happen in a fun, casual way. I like letting people be themselves. We can do as many poses as you like, however most of my clients just want a few great portraits so they can get back to enjoying the wedding.
My personal work includes a series of California landscapes and an ongoing street photography project recording life around me. My wife Cassandra and I live in the San Diego neighborhood of City Heights, where I keep a bookbinding studio for custom wedding albums I craft by hand using old world techniques.
I’m pretty relaxed. I won’t become the center of attention, though I’m known to discreetly jump onto walls or rocks for a better angle. People think it’s funny. Mostly I just want to be present to your day, let my camera act as the observer. One client called me her zen photographer. I liked that.