For more than 15 years, the photographers of Ron Parks Photography have documented their clients' lives from behind camera lenses. They work in a variety of styles, and are equally comfortable capturing wedding memories, snapping senior portraits or corporate headshots, or photographing families. They can also edit photographs before developing them into prints or sending along digital copies.
At Red Rogue Studio, photographers Julian Humphries and Amber McConnell unite old and new technology. They don't rely solely on digital cameras, also shooting with 35 mm and Polaroid instant film, which lends their photos an authentically vintage look. However, after their shoots, they retouch their images—which range in style from senior portraits to family photos to sultry boudoir shots—with high-end software, perfecting the photos by editing out any stray hairs, which were only fashionable in the 1980s.
Photo shoots should be fun, breezy, and most of all, depict subjects as they truly are. With that goal in mind, the photographers of Atxpics take their cameras into the field to shoot families, couples, and solo models with an emphasis on personal comfort and ease. The team regularly brings focus to weddings and other important life moments, capturing them in vivid color and sharp black and white. That also extends to prints, which the team meticulously edits before producing each copy as an individual shot, as part of a calendar, or as a T-shirt that reminds your parents what you look like whenever they look down.
Rojo Pictures is founded on the principle that building trust between a photographer and a client helps to evoke more natural, personalized photos. Whether snapping family portraits or orchestrating wedding photography, Rojo photographer Thomas Meredith seeks to understand the client’s vision for the shoot in order to create timeless memories.