Leppert Photography is a family owned and operated studio located in Downtown Historic Loveland, Ohio. Our HOURS are Tuesday - Friday by appointment.
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about us. We have had the honor of serving the greater Cincinnati area since 1972. Our studio primarily specializes in weddings,bar/bat mitzvahs, and family/children photography. However, we also offer many other services, including sports photography, commercial photography, video services and photo restoration.
Each member of our staff shares two very important elements in common. Passion and dedication: Passion for capturing once in a lifetime moments and the sincere dedication to our clients to bring these special moments to life. We are blessed to be able to do what we love for a living and are lucky to call our clients our friends. One of our greatest strengths is our ability to provide our clients the personal attention they deserve. Our greatest reward is receiving our client’s heartfelt appreciation for our art form.
Our dedication to the quality of our finished products limits us to a certain number of events each year. We prefer to focus on providing each client with full service from our first consultation to presentation of our finished product. We have recently been honored in the nationally published magazine, The Knot. Each year the Knot does an independent survey from real brides which include their picks of the best vendors. This is a special award for us, because it came from our clients.
We love our clients! Additionally, our work has been showcased nationally through Newsweek Magazine, Beautiful Bride, CPQ professional Imaging, Fine Art Albums and locally in Cincinnati Wedding, Kentucky Bride and Inspire Magazines. We are also very proud to be on Antonelli College's Advisory board. Our studio is also a member of WPPI (Wedding Portrait Photographers International), and DWF (Digital Wedding Forum).
Giving back to the community is something close to our heart. Our studio gives regularly to causes such as Crossroads Hospice, March of Dimes, Leukodystrophy, Cancer Free Kids, various churches, and parti