Expert photographer Danelle Miner captures runaway moments and preserves them on film, creating memorable images that can be enjoyed for years to come. Set up a 60-minute portrait photography session for you and up to three others in your home or at the Boerne-area location of your choice, then smile, leer, or glower to your heart's content as the camera clicks away (a $150 value). Danelle customizes every shoot, finding creative and fun ways to draw out the unique personality of each model. Portrait posers may bring multiple outfits to change up their look, whether that look be "cowboy from space" or "land-mine diffuser/babysitter."
For Linda Rukavina, photography has been a lifelong obsession. She started out as fine-art major in college but found that her talents and passion were pointing her toward the viewfinder. After the younger of her two daughters was born in 2006, Rukavina started earning a living doing what she loves most: capturing the precious moments in a family’s timeline. Her passion for art still informs her work, helping her to select just the right lighting and background for every shot. She chronicles the unique history of each group of loved ones, from engagements and weddings to newborns and high-school seniors. She also creates professional headshots, pictures of pets, and headshots for pets who star in canned-food commercials.
To further develop her skills, Rukavina spent a week in Atlanta being tested on her knowledge of photography by industry leaders from across the country and earned the title of Boerne's only PPA-certified professional photographer. Her hard work and dedication has paid off: she earned the Greater Boerne Chamber of Commerce's Businesswoman of the Year award, and her studio was nominated for the Business of the Year award in 2012.
Shutterbug Natasha transforms women of all shapes and sizes into sexy sirens during boudoir photo shoots. With four set options to choose from, clients can create a theme that reflects their personality and comfort level. Multiple outfit changes and poses lend variety of shots, which clients can peruse instantly with same-day previews.
Use this opportunity to upgrade the daguerreotypes that have been perching on your parents’ mantle for the past 184 years. Next to the 8"x10" that is included in your package, display any of the other standard prints that you get for half off, including eight wallet-sized visages ($25, $12.50 w/discount), 8"x10" ($30, $15 w/discount), 11"x14" on matboard ($70, $35 w/discount), and 10"x20" panoramic on matboard ($95, $47.50 w/discount). Now that the acne years have passed, split the cost with some siblings and surprise the folks with an up-to-date snapshot just in time for the early spring holidays like Easter, It's April!, and Mud. All your photos will be uploaded to an online, private gallery for two weeks.
Memory Magic Photography is all about creating and capturing moments through their lens. Prior to shoots, photographers consult clients about different poses and the overall concept for the best way to capture unique moments. This way, family and child portraits exude individuality, thanks to welcome collaborations between clients and photographers. The children's photography studio also enhances pictures with magazine-style airbrush editing, which ensures subjects look their best in each print.
While working as an insurance agent, Michelle Lynn felt as though she was missing the chance to archive priceless moments. She eventually decided to pursue this interest. Relinquishing her position and swiveling office chair in corporate America, she opened her own photography business. With her camera, Michelle preserves carefree glances between children and parents, the serene glow of slumbering newborns, and the vivid felicity of recently engaged couples. She also specializes in high-school-senior portraits, maternity shoots, boudoir sessions, and weddings.
For on-location appointments, Michelle either travels to a place of the client's choice, or recommends a few reliably picturesque settings. Michelle commences each meet-up with a casual discussion, observing personalities so that she might make them pop on film.