At Over The Moon Studios, one-year-olds can celebrate their birthday in a sweet way—with a cake-smash photo shoot. The brightly colored and often icing-laden shoot represents the photographers' forte: family portraits. Whether their subjects are lively infants, expectant mothers, or full families, Over The Moon has proven their ability to churn out portraits that are both creative and eye catching.
Spas, gyms, wine bars. A tattoo studio, a salmon smokehouse, a recruiting company. Frank Dima has helped a long, diverse list of businesses represent themselves through film at New York Business Video Inc. These dynamic videos, which businesses put on their websites and show at special events, are as unique as the subjects themselves: they might feature interviews with owners and staff members, testimonials, footage of meetings, or—after a liberal application of blush—detailed close-ups of products.
Though they rarely have a moment to savor between snapshots, Silverfox Photography’s Joann and John Salkowsky have certainly had a year worth celebrating. From the 20th anniversary of their photo studio to a recent Bride's Choice award courtesy of Wedding Wire, the husband-and-wife team have racked up accolades but show no signs of slowing down. Silverfox Photography continues to capture intimate moments and special celebrations as they happen, stationing professionals behind the lens and taking care to leave no important memory outside of the frame. The studio’s photography freezes time in front of vivid backgrounds, and its videography services give clients the opportunity to relive first dances, graduations, and daily trips to the grocery store.
Michelle Zuccaro interned at Teen Vogue and for the iconic Annie Leibovitz, but she'd rather capture the glimmer of a child's smile than the glare of the red carpet. For 10 years before she took up the study of fine-art photography at St. John's University, she volunteered to work with children ranging from 6 months to 7 years of age at a vacation Bible school. During those years, she developed a keen sensitivity to children's moods—"I wanted to be a teacher before I discovered photography," she says. With her professional photography career now in full throttle, she specializes in portraits of children, but also snaps holiday-themed family photos and flattering headshots for upcoming auditions for Wheaties commercials.
The photographers at Time and Moment aim to celebrate each client's personality in every shot, creating expressive and artful photos. Equally at ease with taking striking creative approaches or framing more traditional photos, the staffers at Time and Moment take into account clients' ideas and collaborate with them to find the most unique approach for each photo.
Even though there are two of them, Brandon and Rebecca Osman, make their presence at photo shoots subtle and unobtrusive. The duo adopts a photojournalistic approach as they capture indelible moments out in the natural beauty of their Long Island surroundings. They can create natural and striking images for engagement photo shoots and weddings.