My name is Rob Greer and I'm a photographer in Los Angeles, California who specializes in work as a wedding photographer, portrait photographer, and commercial product photographer. I'm also well-known as an event photographer. In LA, my studio is branded under the name Rob Greer Photography. Some of the most common adjectives used to describe my work include fun, quirky, candid, and artistic.
I've been recognized by some as being one of the best wedding photographers in Los Angeles, but I'd much rather be known as your favorite wedding photographer. You may be searching for someone special or unique to photograph your wedding and who is also familiar with your venue or culture. If that's the case, then you've come to the right place!
I've photographed hundreds of weddings over the last decade and during that time I've acquired hard-won experience photographing beach weddings, urban weddings, hotel weddings, and garden weddings. Many of those events involved couples who have celebrated with Chinese, Coptic, Indian, Japanese, Jewish, Korean, and Latino cultural traditions and I've become an expert in photographing weddings with traditions from around the world. I'm also a long-time supporter of marriage equality and I'm especially familiar with the subtle and not-so-subtle concerns of couples seeking a gay-friendly or LGBT-friendly wedding photographer.
In a city as large as Los Angeles, you can choose from thousands of wedding photographers. But I'm hopeful that once you've had a chance to view my wedding photography, you'll choose me to photograph your special day. I employ a variety of wedding photography styles when I cover your wedding. During some parts of the wedding day I work as a photojournalist while at other times I offer light direction and create spectacular portraits of you and your family.
Even my mom says that I'm the best wedding photographer in Los Angeles. And mothers are never wrong. At least that's what mine claims. Please check out my wedding photography portfolio to see more of my work.
Finding the right portrait photographer who can specializes in creating portraits for individuals, families, businesses, and magazines isn't an easy task—even in Los Angeles. I specialize in individual portraits, family portraits, corporate portraits or executive headshots, and portrait photography in advertising or for editorial publication.
If you hire me as your photographer, I promise to create an amazing portrait that you'll be thrilled to share with your friends, family, clients, and colleagues. Or if you need a picture for Tinder, Facebook, or LinkedIn, I'm here to help! And if you choose to post likeness on your personal Facebook page, I can almost guarantee that your social media friends will "Like" the photo which in turn will help you feel like you spent your money wisely on portrait photography.
As a product photographer in Los Angeles, most of my clients are companies looking for better product photography. In many cases, companies that work with me have hired a different photographer in the past who wasn't able to complete the job to the company's satisfaction. Based on the number of calls I receive looking for product photography experts, those clients all share a common photographic experience that seems to be endemic in Los Angeles.
If you're looking for a product photographer with vast experience who can create amazing photographs of your products, then you've come to the right place. I'm an excellent choice for small companies as well as for major brands and agencies who would like to work with a photographer who has experience photographing difficult products but who also loves to collaborate in order to approach projects creatively and with a shared vision.
I began my career as a professional photographer in Pasadena, California. In fact, other than a brief two-year stay in downtown Los Angeles where I had a spectacular warehouse studio, I've lived in Pasadena since I first moved to California in 2001. In 2010 purchased a wonderfully quaint craftsman home on Las Lunas Street in Pasadena—less than a mile from the Rose Parade route and conveniently located to everything in the area including Old Town Pasadena. Built in the 1920s, my house has been transformed into a home studio where I perform much of my product photography and individual portrait photography. Also, given my familiarity with the area, if you're looking for an event photographer or wedding photographer in Pasadena, you'll find no other qualified professional with more experience than I have working in this area of the valley.
Although I'm based in LA, I serve all of southern California including cities like Alhambra, Altadena, Anaheim, Arcadia, Baldwin Park, Baldwin Vista, Beachwood Canyon, Bel Air, Bell Gardens, Benedict Canyon, Beverly Hills, Beverlywood, Boyle Heights, Brentwood, Burbank, Catalina Island, Chino, Chino Hills, Claremont, Crescenta Valley, Culver City, Diamond Bar, Eagle Rock, El Segundo, Encino, Glendale, Hacienda Heights, Hermosa Beach, Hollywood, La Canada Flintridge, La Verne, Los Angeles, Los Feliz, Malibu, Manhattan Beach, Marina del Rey, Mira Loma, Montclair, North Hollywood, Ontario, Palos Verdes, Pasadena, Phillips Ranch, Pomona, Pomona Valley, Rancho Cucamonga, Redondo Beach, San Antonio Heights, San Dimas, San Gabriel Valley, San Marino, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Sierra Madre, Silver Lake, South Pasadena, Studio City, Toluca Lake, Torrance, Upland, Venice, and West Hollywood.
If you're looking for a Los Angeles photographer and you'd like to book me, please Contact Me for more information. I'd love nothing more than to have the opportunity to win your business.
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This whimsical wedding photograph of a bride and groom at the Santa Anita Racetrack near downtown Los Angeles is one of my most recognized photographs. This photograph from an incredibly hot and bright wedding day in August 2008 has come to represent the simple, clean, and natural moments between brides and grooms that are so typical in my photography.
Santa Anita Park is a thoroughbred racetrack that opened in 1934 and was designed in an art deco style. It is often cited as being one of the world's most beautiful racetracks. On this couple's special day, as we walked through various areas of this wedding venue, I remember looking for just a bit of open shade.
It was terribly hot and I wanted to make sure that the bride and groom were kept cool and comfortable. However, at 4:00 p.m. on a summer afternoon, there's very little shade available at this location. I eventually discovered a small sliver of shade about 18 inches deep along a simple green wall. Taking advantage of this most basic location, I asked the couple to stand against the wall and look at each other. I most likely then said something funny in the hopes of evoking a smile and then, just at that moment, a sudden gust of wind blew the bride's veil into the air and I made this photograph. As you're reading this, you might not think much of a veil blowing naturally in the wind. However, in all of my years as a Los Angeles wedding photographer, I've never encountered a repetition of the perfection seen in this wind-blown veil. At most weddings, if a flying veil photograph is important to a bride, then I typically ask a bridesmaid or groomsman to throw the veil into the air to simulate this effect because waiting for the wind to do it is typically futile.
To provide a full-circle ending to this story, just seconds after this photograph was taken, the wind picked up and the veil was blown free from the bride's head! It quickly rose into the air and eventually became stuck high on the stucco wall behind them. I was admittedly a bit worried, but working together it only took a few minutes for me and the groom to retrieve the veil using a long broom handle we located nearby.