The master framers at James L. Pierce have more than thirty years of experience, offering a wide variety of quality commercial and custom hand-finished frames. Notable clientele who have relied on their expert framework include the Baltimore Museum of Art, the C. Grimaldis Gallery, and the American Visionary Art Museum, as well as Hollywood film director John Waters. Prices range from $7 to $300 per square foot (plus glass and usually a minimum of four feet required) for high-end custom frames, ensuring a mount to suit the needs of museum collectors as well those just looking for an excuse to showcase their children's expert finger paintings.
With your Groupon casting natural light onto your face, travel to her studio or have Tamela Kemp travel to your home or an aesthetically pleasant location of your choosing. Over the course of 30 minutes, you'll be posed and captured from every imaginable angle. Make two wardrobe changes to aptly demonstrate your dualistic nature, a facet also reflected in Tamela Kemp's mix of black-and-white and color images. After the shots have been snapped and digitally flaired, you'll receive an electronic file of the best 25 images to preserve or print as many times as your second Time Lord heart desires. This session is an excellent way to obtain professional headshots, a necessary element in the careers of actors, dancers, comedians, burlesque performers, and medical test subjects, as well as an ideal way to commemorate an engagement, graduation, or the purchase of a new horseless carriage.
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.
For 50 years, the owners and staffers of Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing have encouraged the artists of their community. They visit local fairs and set up booths for kids to color and craft, and they do workshops, demos, and classes for artists of every age. As their name implies, they also outfit art makers of all skill levels with top-of-the-line materials, such as Gamblin oil paints, Prismacolor pens and markers, and custom frames perfect for saving favorite art pieces or memorializing a sibling's failure to color within the lines.
Read by more than a million area subscribers and awarded numerous Pulitzer Prizes, the Baltimore Sun shines a light on the day's local, national, and world news, as well as business, sports, food, and weather coverage. Reporters and photographers document delicious meals in Food & Dining and populate the Maryland Crabs section with hot crustacean-related topics. Coupons and sales fliers arrive nestled inside the paper every Saturday and Sunday, ready to be clipped or bitten out and redeemed for savings. Meanwhile, the weekday editions provide an up-to-date serving of high-quality news reporting, as well as a valuable glimpse at neighbors' political opinions in the Maryland Voices section.
Whether capturing a family portrait or immortalizing a wedding or graduation, Cloud 9 Photography seeks to blend a knowledge of the technical side of photography with a knack for evoking beauty from its subjects. During each session, whether on-location or in-studio, a professional photographer works with clients to create ideal images that encapsulate important life events.