For more than 20 years, Photo Innovations' David Rosen has immortalized prewedded lovey-doveys, babies, kids, and close-knit clans, capturing life’s singular milestones with delicate natural light, natural poses, and color-saturated backdrops. After a preportrait consultation establishes the clients' preferred aesthetics and fondness for dramatic leaps through skylights, David arranges groups and baroque barbershop sextets into flattering frames. For the next 60 minutes, he coaxes them to stay loose and interact with their surroundings and each other.
BoNC Photo is a Greensboro and greater Triad area photographer. Dino @ BoNC Photo is dedicated to providing our customers with images that reflect the beauty and emotion of special occasions. From photojournalism to traditional, from color to classic black and white, Dino @ BoNC Photo captures your special moments.
Like a memory, Robert Eilers's images exude a distinctive and dreamlike glow. While keeping his subjects—whether a child, family, or model—in focus, he gives each a soft finish, which enhances the picture's texture and depth. He applies these touches with ease to draw out each photo's natural beauty, but the process itself isn't simple. It requires a trained eye and a mastery of post-production editing tools. He brings all these ingredients to each session, ensuring every shoot results in pictures primed for framing and preservation.
The experienced photographers at MAC Photography capture stylized images that seem plucked from the pages of a storybook. During more than a dozen themed photo shoots, they provide vintage props and intricate costumes, capturing nostalgic fishing-hole scenes or whimsical portraits of children dressed as fairies. Rather than falling back on clichéd poses such as families standing in a row or pets emulating the evolution of man chart, they capture surprising images: a bridal party holding aloft bright umbrellas, a desaturated picture of a boy reading picture book to his little sister, a family gathered on a couch in the middle of the woods. After shoots, a retouch artist airbrushes away skin imperfections to produce magazine-quality shots.