Boudoir photography by Wriser and Associates is truly a custom affair. To ensure clients feel completely at ease, Wriser's photographers construct photo shoots either onsite or in the comfort of the client's own home. They also encourage subjects to express themselves by bringing in their own props, be it a guitar, sports jersey, or an oversized pair of Groucho glasses. After the photo shoot, a professional retoucher edits images to transform them into finished works of art using the same techniques as the magazines.
Camera classes are typically held one Saturday evening a month except for December, and are currently scheduled for Saturday, October 15, and Saturday, November 12 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Those who bought a digital camera at Arlington Camera receive the class for free.
Beaux Arts Photography's Sam Anise captures bold, lively photos of high-school seniors, families, children, and weddings. During each shoot, he anticipates moments, reacting to the personalities and actions of his subjects to create honest portraits entrenched in the styles of photojournalism and fashion. His laid-back, engaging personality puts models at ease while enlivening them like a squirt gun filled with hot fudge. In addition to flexing his own photography muscles, Anise teaches classes that elucidate camera anatomy, proper technique, and editing in Photoshop.
Ken, the founder of Munson-Cox Portrait Design, set up his studio with children in mind. To get genuine smiles out of adults and young ones alike, the photographers constantly reach for their fun-loving sides, ready to roll around on the ground with tots to get the perfect angles or get them smiling by debating favorite ice-cream flavors.