Husband and wife team Sheila and Robert Hurth co-own Tiffany Photographic Studio, helming a full service staff of 10. Together, they distill three-dimensional beauty into contemporary images that pop before plain studio backdrops or vivid sets. With four decades of experience under their shutter fingers, the Hurths supervise charmingly posed family portraits, adorable shots of toddlers and infants amid whimsical props, and event photos snapped on location at weddings or bar mitzvahs. Their studio uses state of the art digital technology, retouching and printing photographs in-house for a quick postsession turnaround. When not standing behind the camera, the Hurths teach photo seminars in Fort Lauderdale and the Carolinas and spend their free time authoring tutorial books and videos on boudoir photography, portraiture, and how to get a close-up shot of a black hole.
Experienced photographer Bruna Bastos strives to capture honest moments that allow her subjects to express themselves. She first worked in television production in Brazil, before studying and working in both New York and Florida. Now, she documents for fashion shoots, weddings, parties, and portraits, as well as commercial events.
The focus of Mark Vacker Photography is people. Whether it is a family portrait, a wedding, images of a baby, or a model at a studio session, I strive to find that unique look each person can deliver. Your look, your personality, and most of all, your emotions are important in creating unforgettable images.
Though they take pictures for paying customers at Beyond Photography Studio/Blindfold Magazine, the work of photographers Jeramy Pritchett, Viviana Puga, and Jacqueline Romano doesn't only appear on their customers' mantels. The team of lens experts split their time between their studio and Blindfold Magazine, a socially conscious photojournalism quarterly that Jeramy founded. Their portfolios reflect their tenure at the ethically minded publication. Jeramy’s includes ethereal images of actress Daryl Hannah, a memento from her magazine profile. Jacqueline's features gritty and stylishly overexposed portraits of documentary filmmaker Nico Sabenorio.
At their studio, they draw on their editorial skills to capture more personal shots, snapping smiling families or boudoir and glamour poses. Their optional retouching services enhance photos by modifying backgrounds, changing face shapes, or enhancing eyes subtly, rather than by photoshopping dollar signs into them.
We provide a complete high class, exclusive service of publicity production directed to companies, products, artists, models, new talents and anyone who wishes to create a new image or improve their existing one. A full production takes place for every single project, no matter how big or small.