Photos should be natural and reflect the personalities of the people in them. The photo participants should actually enjoy the experience, not just the results. I work with natural light, natural settings, and produce photos that capture your family's memories for years to come.
Photographer Ramiz Romaya has visited art galleries all over the world to find inspiration for his work, but he cites one artist—the 17th-century painter Rembrandt—as his greatest influence. He first encountered Rembrandt's paintings while traveling through Holland and was struck by his use of dramatic lighting. At Ramiz Romaya Rembrandt Photography, he strives to channel a similar style when aiming his lens. Natural light illuminates faces, and silhouettes create a feeling of mystery and passion. Romaya also leaves the comfort of his studio to snap senior photos, weddings, and family portraits, complete with family pets and family secrets.
A group of nine people stand smiling for a photo—teammates, a family, a group of old friends. They all grin together, and when the photo is developed, eight of the nine have their eyes open. Hite Photo addresses this and other common photo problems directly, offering retouching, restoration, and a head-or-eye switch service, which eliminates the difficulty of getting a big group to all smile fetchingly or group-grimace in unison.
Amy Rice has always been artistic. She'd been drawing since childhood, but as an adult, Amy sought a new medium with which to express her creativity. Of course, photography was an option, just not an obvious one–at first.
But a few years back, after taking her son to get professionally photographed, Amy realized that she could do a better job. So she took some classes, learned what types of food cameras eat, and was soon fully immersed into the world of photography. Amy has since turned her new-found hobby into a full-blown profession, capturing memorable moments and the raw emotion of couples, wedding parties, and families. After shoots, Amy's knack for creativity continues to shine as she adds artistic touches to shots during the editing process.
The "Baby I'm a Star" mini-package makes a sexy, sensational gift for a partner, capturing tasteful, alluring images in a playful, no-nudity way. Michael Sackett personally conducts each session, and will shoot clients in a variety of tasteful postures and poses during the 45-minute session. Clients are allowed two outfit changes during the session—if you opt for the studio setting, don't forget to bring along your most enticing, enthralling, and least pant-suity attire. After the pinup freeze framing, clients will receive a disc with five high-res, fully edited, retouched, and copyright-released images of their choice, as well as two 8x10 prints from the edited files.
Heather Zara never misses an opportunity to tell a story. Before starting Zara Creative, Heather worked as a TV reporter for Detroit's local NBC affiliate and a featured reporter on Fox Sports Detroit's The Pistons Weekly.
The video chronicler combines her expertise at Zara Creative, which creates cinema-like digital films from commercials to full-length movies, including music videos and short features for charity events that are often attended by pro athletes or amateur basket-weavers. But Heather's best stories might just come from weddings. For these life-changing events, she shoots and assembles footage into trailers, highlight reels, and full-length films. She can even create outtake reels to highlight whimsical moments or review footage to determine who exactly caught the bouquet really.