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San Diego wedding, event, portrait, pet, real estate, commercial, and automotive photography by Eddie Bojorquez, a San Diego native and resident.  We’re available worldwide for destination weddings, high-end events, commercial projects and portraits ranging from headshots, corporate, portraiture, and automotive. Yes, we’ll make “portraits” of your exotic, classic or sports car. Some of our favorites include Lamborghini, Ferrari, Bugatti, McLaren, Aston Martin, Porsche, Lotus. We’re photographers who photograph photos wherever photographs are needed. Photo. Whether we make you lifestyle images, family portraits, candids, formals, documentary-style, photojournalistic (PJ) photos of your event, or provide maternity and newborn photos, pet and exotic animal photography, seniors, sports, adventure, travel, art prints, canvas wraps, albums, slideshows, photobooths, or silly pictures of your grandma, we love photography. Did we mention that we specialize in San Diego wedding photography? Why? Because we’re San Diego wedding photographers! But don’t let the name fool you! We will shoot in Scottsdale, Arizona; Miami, Florida; NYC, New York; Chicago, Illinois; Las Vegas, Nevada; Maui, Hawaii; Port Austin, Michican; Seattle, Washington; Washington, D.C.; Nashville, Tennessee; Princeton, New Jersey; Denver, Colorado; Portland, Oregon; Boston, Massachusetts, and even Muskogee, Oklahoma! Be not dismayed. We love shooting in California too. Some great locations we’ve covered in CA are: La Jolla, Stanford, Escondido, Del Mar, Los Angeles, Half Moon Bay, Oakland, Hollywood, Rancho Santa Fe, Coronado, Sacramento, Concord, Beverly Hills, Bodega Bay, San Francisco, Newport Beach, Dana Point, Rancho Bernardo, Malibu, Temecula, Santa Monica, Valley Center, Pauma, Fallbrook, Carlsbad and Orange County. Whew! Is a destination wedding in an exotic land your style? Studio 512’s got you covered. Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Thailand, Greece, Italy, France, the United Kingdom, an island in the South Pacific? “Hubble Gotchu”.  If you’ve read this far, you’re either very persistent or a Google robot.  Welcome, and thank you for not being a robot.