I’ve photographed countless engagement sessions, generally after the bride knows she is getting married. This late December phone call was different. A mom called late in the week, to ask if I could photograph a …
Photography is all we've done since 1971 and Toledo wedding photography has provided us an amazing 48 year career. We are a full-time photography business with set hours of operation and a dedicated staff.
Our creative approach to wedding photography is contemporary, while at the same time, giving you the beautifully classic photographs that you will cherish for a lifetime. Whether you prefer Light and Airy soft romantic tones, Bright and Punchy color, extremely Spontaneous moments or classic Elegant poses, we at Grand Lubell will tailor our photography creativity to match YOUR style. We are experts and will listen to your dreams.
We are not the least expensive, although we feel we offer the greatest photography value with outstanding customer service. Most Grand Lubell Photography couples spend from $2,500 to $3,400. We are happy to provide custom wedding photography quotes after hearing more about your wedding day.
In addition to classic weddings and wedding photography, we specialize in many International traditions. We have great experience in the Indian Hindu, Pakistani Muslim, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, Latin, Korean, Chinese and Middle Eastern traditions. We offer full or part day, one or two photographers, video and many photo booth options.
Lauren joins us as the second generation of Grand Lubell in our new San Francisco office. She graduated as an Industrial Designer from the prestigious Cleveland Institute of Art in 2015. Her passions are pottery, fabrics, color and design. Look for Lauren's fresh and creative ideas on our blog.
Grand Lubell Photography is the brainchild of Stevie Grand and Bob Lubell.
Stevie is an award winning fine art photographer whose work has been internationally featured. A specialist in hand-printed infrared photography, her work hangs in museums, galleries and private collections.
She is no longer shooting weddings and concentrating on fine portraiture. Her philosophy on portrait photography: different and unique. Doing personalized photo sessions with an understanding of the persona a client wants to be and shoot it on their terms. You want your horse? Bring your horse.
Stevie enjoys making dramatic portraits, running, adventure, fine arts and live music.
Bob began as a wedding photographer at age 15 in Toledo. He later became operations director at one of Toledo’s largest ad agency. In the late 1990s, he returned to shooting weddings and commercial photography.
For the last several years, he has added feature writing to his resume. He has been a cover story writer for Toledo Topics, the publication of the Toledo Club. He sits on several boards including the Arts Commission and the historic Tile Club of Toledo.
When not on photo jobs, #BobTravelsToEat. (look for his blog by that name) He loves hopping on a plane, meeting new people in a new country and eating what the locals eat. Friends affectionately call him: Toledo’s Anthony Bourdain.
Grand Lubell is worth every penny. We had the opportunity to work with his wife on our engagement pictures and with Bob on our wedding day. They are professional, personable, easy to contact and knowledgeable. they know what to do to capture the best pictures. Ours came out AMAZING! At first the pictures weren't a priority for me, but having them now i'm so glad we put in the time to get them done right. If you're still undecided on who to choose for your pictures, don't waste your time and money anywhere else. Hire Lubell!!!!
“God put us together”, said Juanita. “I met George at church and are madly in love!” With just a few weeks of planning, Juanita Brittian and George Downey were married in a double ring ceremony at Northwest Baptist Church, by …
I have been asked this question for many years and the answer is absolutely yes, you should have a ‘day of’ planner (and maybe more). My opinion on this subject has changed overtime and that’s because weddings have evolved.
When I …