Thank you to everyone who helped us to achieve this wonderful award again this year.
: A short story about incredible people and incredible events.
Welcome to the world of Fable. A world of incredible moments, frozen in time through images. It has been, and continues to be, our passion and a privilege to work with so many wonderful people who have opened a window to their lives and allowed us capture them in our images. We are dedicated to creating images that tell a story, convey emotion and open a person’s world to the viewer.
Fable is a full service Photography and Videography studio specializing in WEDDINGS, PROFESSIONAL PORTRAITS and CORPORATE / EVENTS. However, we pursue our art of photography in many other areas including: professional fields and personal photography with individual people and families. Areas of Personal Photography include: Babies / Toddlers, HS Seniors, Families, Pets and Boudoir. Professional Fields include: Head Shots, Food & Beverage, Products, Real Estate and Youth Sports.
Fable Photo & Video Productions provide services throughout Scottsdale, the greater Phoenix Valley and is available to travel throughout all of AZ and worldwide.
Ever wonder – I have a High School Senior – where does the time go? You remember the first day of Kindergarten and one day you blink and your little one is now a High School Senior. High School Senior Photography captures the maturity, growth, stability and the future of your child. They capture what […]
A bride starts to plan her wedding way before she is old enough to drive. Family and friends, the wedding dress, the groom all decked out, and sunny skies. But, what happens when the weather isn’t all sun and shine? Well, November 29th, 2013 was not as any bride would plan – rainy and cloudy. […]
One of our favorite times to shoot is late sunset just before and after the sun dips below the horizon, it’s a time where there is very dramatic natural light. With the sun so low to the horizon, it creates long shadows as well as a wide band of light that creeps over the horizon. […]
Through the years the tradition of the 1st look has been slowly changing. When our grandparents and parents got married, seeing each other before the actual wedding ceremony was considered “bad luck”. I remember asking my grandma who and she didn’t have a real answer. As the years have gone by, many of the “traditions” […]