Eternal Sight Photography

Creating timeless memories for the creative couple

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Eternal Sight Photography was founded with one goal in mind: Help people remember their most valuable memories by creating fun, modern and timeless images

We love weddings and portrait lifestyle sessions because it allow us to tell the love story of a newlywed couple, the unique interactions between parents and their children and the individual ways that people express themselves. We truly believe that choosing the right photographer for your wedding or portrait session is important. It goes beyond a specific style, price or area of expertise... You ought to feel comfortable with that person. We would like to invite you to contact us and we'll set a mutually convenient time to meet. I'll treat you to a cup of coffee (or tea).

I hope that we can get together soon!

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Hugo did a phenomenal job with our wedding photos. His style is so personal and captures such intimate moments, and that is exactly what we wanted for our wedding photos. Hugo was extremely easy to work with and helped the wedding day go according to plan. Hugo is eager and willing to help his brides create the most beautiful and stress free day. This extra support was such a huge blessing in the chaos of wedding planning. I recommend Hugo to any couple looking for beautiful and timeless photos. Hugo captured so many details I didn't even notice the day of our wedding, and now I am able to look back at these precious and sweet memories. Yasmany and I thank you Hugo, for these sweet memories.

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