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Meet Frances Tang of Third Lens Photo

Today we’d like to introduce you to Frances Tang.

Frances, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
A few years ago, I founded a pop up date night company. This evolved into an event and wedding planning business and gave me a really great springboard for learning the ins and outs of weddings. Then one day, I saw a friend’s low light photography work – a style I had never seen before. For unexplained reasons, this sparked the photography fire in me and I’ve never looked back!

Has it been a smooth road?
Like any small business, there have been ups, downs, and challenges. Regardless, I love what I’m doing and am ready to tackle whatever comes my way!

We’d love to hear more about your business.
Third Lens Photo is a wedding photography business owned by me, Frances. I’m a glasses wearer (hence third lens), dessert lover, and quirky soul, with a passion for capturing memories.

Candid, genuine moments are everything to me, and why I started photography in the first place. I love telling a story through emotions and details. I thoroughly believe the best moments are the unplanned ones and this is very reflective in my photography style! I do my best to always be looking and listening for those little instances of human experience that truly make the day special. That candid, emotional style is what I’m known for and what my clients like!

I am both a creative at heart and a planner in the head – which results in a very easy-going experience for everyone I work with, and a countless number of captures from a photographer AND former planner perspective!

Is our city a good place to do what you do?
Yes! Southern California is a beautiful place where there are hundreds of weddings happening! I believe any location/city is a great place to get started because practice and continued learning is key, and there are interesting people, events and happenings all over the world, all the time.

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