Persona Studio specializes in Contemporary High School Senior portraits with a Rebellious twist & Colorado Lifestyle family portraits. For over 10 years We have served the Denver Metro area. Providing a experence that one can never Forget.
The photographers at Picture It Studios are ready for anything. Their two fully equipped camera rooms hold the props and backdrops necessary to inspire imaginations, whether a client is wishing to capture the state of their family that year or give their toddler a sea-worthy look. Yet the image-makers don't let those walls limit them. They also tote their digital equipment to special locations, including the Aurora Reservoir and Lincoln Park, to capture groups in the natural light. Apart from family shots, Picture It Studios' photographers also use their lenses and digital retouching to find the glamor in engaged couples, graduating seniors, and pet fish, letting subjects post their poses online with digital images customized for Facebook.
Shoppers at Southlands can take a break by taking a turn on this icy outdoor skating rink. Families and friends can lace up rented hockey or figure skates, then take to the ice to enjoy the crisp, cold air as they practice spins and backward maneuvers or fine-tune impersonations of a baby deer learning to walk.
After 13 years of photographing landscapes as a hobby, Darci Amundson attended a pin-up-themed group photography event at an old gas station. From then on, she told examiner.com, she forsook sceneries in favor of human subjects, building a career around boudoir, high school senior, and family portraits. She beautifies clients with professional makeup before setting up sultry pin-up images, frames students at up two locations in up to eight outfits, and captures families at their favorite locales, such as the backyard tree house where the neighborhood model UN meets. Darci combines the spontaneous look of photojournalism with her meticulously planned compositions, lighting, and poses.
Sheba Wheeler thrives even when faced with the unexpected. It was a tragic death in 2005 that sparked her passion for photography; today, it’s her photography that captures the spontaneous smiles and silly faces of the customers she shoots. As the lead shutterbug at Picture Your World Photography, Sheba has published work for the Denver Post and the Wall Street Journal. She blends 15 years of journalistic experience as a Lifestyles reporter with contemporary portraiture, enabling her to fetch unique shots and—as she shares on her website—preserve the “magic of the moment.”
Laura Monahan comes from an artistic family, and spent her youth practicing sculpture, oil painting, pottery, and what turned out to be her ultimate passion: photography. Her ability to preserve candid moments has left an indelible impression?she has a published portfolio on three continents and product lines appearing at national retailers such as Hallmark and JCPenney. Laura?s photo shoots always take place outdoors, capturing newborns, older kids, and families in soft, natural lighting and poses that never appear unnatural. Her settings span the country from San Diego?s foamy beaches to Denver?s red-rock sunsets and into the Midwest?s autumn leaves, and she holds mom's night out events all over the country, including in Honolulu, San Diego, Minneapolis, Chicago, and Denver.