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Graduations, engagements, weddings, and senior proms––these events all happen regardless of the presence of a photographer, but they're made better by one. The photographers at FotographyWorx Studios know this, which is why they arrive at memorable occasions to capture fleeting moments such as a sweet glance between newlyweds or the pinning of a boutonniere onto a donkey. They also help savor special life events by snapping maternity and family portraits inside their welcoming studio or at clients' homes.
2410 North Charles Street
Baltimore,
MD
US
The photographers at Clapp Studios categorize their snapshots into two themes: LoveStyle and LifeStyle. LoveStyle shoots capture couples at the height of their romance, flashing the camera as lovebirds get engaged, take their vows, or carve their initials into the side of a police cruiser. Documenting the next stages of couples’ relationships, LifeStyle photos tell the stories of growing families with elegant, tasteful shots of expectant mothers, sleepy-eyed newborns, and grinning children. Clapp Studios also helps keep romance alive with flirtatious boudoir photo shoots, which gussy up subjects beforehand with makeovers from a makeup artist.
3000 Chestnut Ave.
Baltimore,
MD
US
Even after amassing years of experience in portrait, product, and event photography, Dominique J. Allen manages to keep her work playful. As the owner of Create It Photography, she's just as comfortable capturing the intimate behind-the-scenes moments of a wedding as she is snapping action shots on the football field?even in the middle of a game. She also frames individuals and couples in front of chic urban backdrops, such as city alleys, historic doorways, and CEO's parking spaces. Allen always retouches each digital image after a shoot, balancing light and shadow or adding injections of brilliant, saturated color.
525 E. 21ST Street
Baltimore,
MD
US
Street artists use walls as canvases, but probably only a few are given the opportunity to use an entire building. The aptly named Graffiti Warehouse, managed by the Rosenfeld Organization, is a massive industrial studio where street artists have access to a safe space and extra-large, 34-foot canvases to do their work. Though each artist is required to bring his or her own paint, completed pieces go up on display and can be sold on-site, with half the proceeds going back to the creator. More than a dozen established artists currently call this space an exhibition home for their paintings and other media. Open Walls photography tours provide glimpses of select street artists' work and introduce guests to the streets of Baltimore by visiting nearby under-used urban spaces, sites of beautiful murals, and the one overpass where Picasso used to hang out. Street artists aren't the only clients served by the studio, though: Graffiti Warehouse also supplies art therapists and photographers with resources and studios that feature soaring nine-foot windows and private bathrooms.
128 West North Avenue
Baltimore,
MD
US
Robert Morton took his first picture and his first step towards becoming a professional photographer in 1983. In the years since, he's captured dynamic images for the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, and Maserati. At Photography by Tre' Lynn, a studio named after his son and wife, Morton focuses his lens and aesthetic senses to reveal his subjects' personalities in keepsake portraits. He can arrange individual and group shots in an elegant loft studio that offers plenty of natural light and views of the downtown skyline, and the photographer can also travel to memorialize events such as weddings, parties, or space-shuttle christenings.
302 Federal Street
Baltimore,
MD
US
Photographer April Cullett understands the importance of color, placement, and collaboration?she used to be an interior decorator before she opened Studio Gagliano. Nowadays, her eye for making things look their best influences her contemporary style of wedding photography and family portraiture. Her portfolio showcases a selection of black-and-white and color images, as well as a recurring technique, the side-by-side photo, which places multiple poses next to each other to create one memorable image. A majority of Cullett?s work is backdropped by city and rural landscapes, as well as patterned sheets in her naturally lit photography studio, and her collaborative approach produces both posed and spontaneous photos. To keep the collaboration going, Cullett invites her clients to the studio following each session to view a slideshow of the photos and select the best ones for placement on a private online gallery.
3500 Parkdale Ave Suite 31
Baltimore,
MD
US
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