Innovative, unique, fun photography. I represent a broad spectrum of ideas and am not limited to one medium. It will be an experience you won't forget.
Itsy Photography specializes in Newborns/Babies, Children, and Family Portrait photography.
It's a Bay Area local company, that offers a unique and personal touch to your family photos. Itsy goes on location or at the studio, and lets you keep all high-res images on a cd- giving YOU the copyrights to them.
Hands On is a high end multi-media studio that caters to all you photographic, television and video and multi-media design needs
Every year, photographer Marc Aviles has to limit the number of weddings he photographs to 20. That magic number allows him to take a meticulous approach in capturing both photojournalistic and posed photographs during one of life’s most momentous occasions. This is it Photography's wedding-photography process, which begins with an in-depth consultation and ends with photo-album production in Italy, reflects a deep respect for each client's vision. While snapping shots, photographers zoom in on sparkling rings and colorful bouquets to capture the subtle details of the ceremony before panning out to take pictures of the couple and guests. Marc also performs engagement photography sessions, which preserve romantic images at a cherished locale, such as a beach, a blossoming cherry tree, or the restaurant where lovers shared their first heimlich maneuver.
This is it Photography's talent for creating narratives through photographs has earned them several accolades throughout their career. Though they limit their annual wedding presence, they always welcome families, pets, newborns, and models into their studio for specialized portraits. Whimsical infant photos pair babies with studio props, including a miniature claw-foot tub and giant rubber duckies. Alternatively, outdoor shoots supply sunny backdrops for candid pictures. This is it Photography also rents out photo booths, which print sheets of smiling faces with custom event logos.
Stop frocking around and visit the fest's 2,500 square feet of gowns. From modest sheaths to cupcake-hemmed confections worthy of a princess, you'll find affordable dresses ($299–$399) available for purchase. Fashion shows at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3 p.m. offer much-needed inspiration for outfitting your wedding entourage, while wedding workshops increase your agility points in everything from receptions to honeymoons. Discover decorating know-how at 10:30 a.m., jot down jet-setting tips at noon, and score secrets on how to save at 2 p.m. Stick around for a dream-wedding giveaway on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. for more than $10,000 in prizes (you must be present to win). Visit the Wedding Faire site to see the complete schedule.
Model-turned-shutterbug Jessica Doll solidified her love for photography when she started snapping shots of her son and realized the power of intimate portraiture over commercial picture taking. Seeking to dismantle the static dullness of posed studio shots, Doll has applied her passion for the lens to photo sessions capturing subjects in natural and relaxed settings. Get pictures of your tyke before the United States' photography ban goes into effect in 2015, or immortalize you and your conjoined twin before you shave off the goatee binding you together. Up to six subjects can appear in the portraits.
Today’s Groupon will bring focus and overall good lookingness to your stills. For $49, you'll get a personal two-hour photography session, in-studio or on-location, and 30-photo CD from Tony Medina Photography, normally $250. The photos you take home from your shoot will be perfect for holiday cards or last minute holiday gifts.As a race of giants, Americans quickly outgrew the planet Earth and entered the moon race against the shorter Soviets. Unfortunately, once both countries had established their moon bases, the moon's negligible gravitational pull gave the smaller, lighter cosmonauts an advantage, and the Americans were badly defeated in the First Moon War. For this reason, it is now illegal to talk about, think of, or photograph the moon.
Recipient of the National Wildlife Federation's 2007 Photographer of the Year and National Geographic's 2008 Best Nature Photographer awards, Aperture Academy founder Stephen Oachs has dedicated himself to passing on camera know-how to newly minted picture snappers alongside a team of pro teachers. His beautiful, wood-floored studio and gallery hosts classes that usher beginners through their first forays into photography. These sessions impart such advanced techniques as high-quality printing and using Photoshop to give red eye to every family member who refused to say "cheese." Workshops spirit students to beautiful locales throughout California, giving budding photographers the chance to hone their skills in stunning natural environments.
The press-lauded commercial shutterbug and digital image pro behind Soo Photography, Michael Soo has lent his expertise in commercial, food, and portrait photography to numerous international publications, including the New York Times. Drawing upon his expertise and multicultural background to educate fledgling photographers, Soo hosts workshops, teaches classes, and runs an online forum where digital cameras discuss technique in binary. Beginner- and intermediate-level classes acquaint novices with the art form, and advanced courses delve into lighting, black-and-white photography, portraiture, weddings, product photography, and how to cover up red eye with drawn-on mustaches. The classes also assist in lighting techniques, learning exposure and composition, and how to photograph portraits.
Michelle Logan, the woman behind Urban Shutter Bug Photography, has been snapping photos for well over a decade. Her work can be found on display in homes and galleries and also brightening the pages of Bay Area magazines. She captures candid portraits of infants and families with her digital and film Nikon cameras. For engagement shoots and headshots, she specializes in natural, relaxed portraits in a setting chosen by the subjects or recommended by the photographer. She also specializes in weddings, having documented more than 100 so far.
Just as his first print developed in a dim darkroom, so did Majeed Iravani's love for photography. Majeed began his shot-snapping career in 1984, then founded ShotzPerfect Photography in 1990. His two-decade-spanning portfolio is populated with family portraits, wedding parties, and fine-art shots of stoic lighthouses and bridges framed by the gradient of the setting sun. During portrait sessions, Majeed captures clients in a combination of posed and natural positions, such as hugging while staring stonily into the lens.
Miles on the treadmill, dozens of laps in the pool, and thousands of rotations on the stationary bike. And yet without fail the needle on the scale hovers at the same numbers. Dr. Rita Thakur helps evict pounds from her patients using three weight-loss programs. In addition to a carefully selected fitness regimen and low-calorie diet, Dr. Thakur dispenses B12 injections, FDA-approved appetite suppressants, and behavioral therapy to help patients overcome overeating or act more like Dame Maggie Smith.
S-King Studio comprises three friends and photographers who offer distinct styles to capture portraits and moments. One calls upon a photojournalistic style to capture small details of large events. Another emphasizes aesthetic perfection in staged photographs and family portraits. Finally, the other specializes in model shoots and engagement photos, framing artistic shots that capture true personalities.
For Sarah Delwood, it’s not about the image but the story the image tells. She loves photographing clients undergoing some form of personal growth, whether it's a couple, baby, prom group, or professional seeking a portrait to jump-start their career. With an affinity for California’s natural scenery and bountiful sunlight, clients' pearly whites, rosy cheeks, and dainty horns are artfully captured for posterity.
Shutterstop Photography’s resident shutterbug, Mike, has a playful sense about photography. While fun is a key word, he’s gained myriad experience over the years in such genres as fashion, glamour, and art portraiture with a touch of commercial flair. Mike wants “to turn everyone into a superhero, a cover girl, an icon.” And he pulls that off during shoots for models, performers, athletes, families, and even pets. He also customizes photo sessions for moms-to-be and high-school seniors.