Photography in Brooklyn

$49 for a Two-Hour Photo Shoot for Up to 4 with Prints at Lori Mason Photography in Solon ($205 Value)

Lori Mason Photography

Walton Hills

In-studio or on-location shoot with photographer who's done portraits of newborns through high-school seniors

$205 $49

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In-Studio or On-Location Photo Packages from J Ambrozic Photography (Up to 74% Off). Four Options Available.

J Ambrozic Photography

Downtown

Multitalented photographer snaps artistic portraits of subjects in his naturally lit studio or at a location of the client's choosing

$215 $59

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$85 for a One-Hour Pin-Up Photo Shoot with Prints from Platinum Photography Ohio ($330 Value)

Platinum Photography Ohio

Downtown

Sultry pin-up-style photographs taken by a female photog in her studio or at the location of your choice

$330 $85

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Three-Hour Photography Workshop for One or Two from Cleveland Photography (Up to 63% Off)

Cleveland Photography

Cleveland

Lifelong shutterbug teaches photography techniques during three-hour workshop

$135 $59

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$14 for 120 Minutes of Video-to-DVD Transfer from Moto Photo (44% Off)

Motophoto

University Heights

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$25 $14

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Custom Invitations, Stationery, and Paper Goods at Invitations & More by Karen (Up to 56% Off). Two Options Available.

Invitations & More by Karen

University Heights

Independent artisan makes correspondence more personal with ornate filigree, embossing, and designs unique to each piece

$100 $50

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30- or 60-Minute In-Studio Photo Shoot with Print Credit at Poise'N Art (Up to 66% Off)

Poise'N Art

Richmond Heights

In-studio portrait sessions capture family and friends and include print credits

$65 $22

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Portrait Package with CD and Prints, Holiday Cards, or Gallery-Wrap Print at Target Portrait Studio (Up to 88% Off)

Target Portrait Studio

Multiple Locations

Professional photographers capture families, babies, and individuals with custom backgrounds, props, and poses for holiday portraits

$119.96 $19.99

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$15 for $50 Worth of Studio Photography — PIXEL Connection

Pixel Connection

Avon

45-minute photo shoot with a professional photographer; includes up to two wardrobe changes

$50 $15

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45-Minute or Two-Hour Photoshoot for Two at Ann Evans Photography (Up to 79% Off)

Ann Evans Photography

Stow

Professional photographer captures portraits of up to two subjects in-studio or on-location, with disc of digital photos

$262 $72

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$30 for $100 Worth of Studio Photography — A and D Studio Photography

A And D Studio Photography

Mentor

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$100 $30

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One- or Two-Hour On-Location Photo Shoot with Prints from Byrd Dog Productions (51% Off)

Byrd Dog Productions

Bellevue

Photographer Brian Frankforther harnesses natural light in one- or two-hour shoots

$180 $89

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$79 for 60-Minute Boudoir Photo Shoot and Prints at J T'aime Boudoir ($535 Value)

J T'aime Boudoir

Plain

Inside a fully lit studio 60-minute shoots render up to six sensual prints

$535 $79

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$75 for $150 Worth of Studio Photography — TjShots

Tj Shots

Ashland

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$150 $75

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VHS to DVD Transfer or Photo Studio Services at Image Arts Etc. (Up to 58% Off). Six Options Available.

Image Arts Etc.

Niles

Image professionals transfer memories from VHS to DVD; rentable studio gives photographers access to space and equipment for their shoot

$40 $20

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$30 for a Portrait Session, Image CD, Five Portrait Sheets, and One Print at Sears Portrait Studio ($204.86 Value)

Sears Portrait Studio

Multiple Locations

Trained photographers direct customers through poses during photo shoots that yield a CD, portrait sheets, and one print

$204.86 $30

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That ?et cetera? in the name of Image Arts Etc. encompasses a lot. Here, staffers help clients preserve their visual memories in a host of ways, from snapping photos on-location and in the studio, to furnishing frames for cherished images. But the services don?t end there. On-staff technicians also transfer photos and video from older formats to new ones, and they can use restoration, graphic design, and multimedia editing skills to polish existing pictures and films. Some customers even elect to rent the entire Image Arts studio, where a selection of backdrops, props, and basic photography gear await for amateur photographers who want to orchestrate their own shoot. Customers can elect to bring in their own props for use in the photo studio, where green screen photography and videos are also available.

5555 Youngstown Warren Rd.
Niles,
OH
US

For decades, JCPenney Portraits has welcomed families into its friendly studios, where professional photographers expertly photograph subjects of any age. Digital cameras, professional lighting, and a wide selection of backgrounds all work together to ensure a professional, personalized look for every family portrait, school picture, business headshot, or baby announcement. To customize the session even more, the staff also encourages guests to incorporate items with special meaning such as a baby blanket or a family heirloom. From a first baby portrait to senior pictures and engagement photos, JCPenney Portraits helps to preserve special family memories to come.

After the final flash, clients and a team member head to the viewing kiosk, where they can select their photos and customize them. Beyond traditional printed portraits, memories may also be preserved on high-resolution CD, gallery wraps, wall art, or through JCPenney Portraits' archival program, which allows clients to store and share their portraits online.

7900 Day Dr.
Parma,
OH
US

Not content being the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists’ overall winner for 2011 Best Monthly in Ohio, a few of Ohio Magazine’s staff members walked away with individual awards themselves. A captivating and descriptive profile of Ohio naturalist-illustrator Julie Zickefoose, “Our Lady of the Birds” by John C. Bruening, was named Best Artist Profile, with second place bestowed upon a fellow Ohio colleague, Jennifer Rogers. For her full body of work in 2010, Linda Feagler was awarded Best Arts Reporting, and not to be left out, Lesley Blake wrangled in the Best Graphic Design/Navigation award for the magazine’s online counterpart.

But it’s not the awards that keep subscribers coming back. Within the glossy pages of each monthly issue lies a veritable treasure trove of historical tidbits, compelling stories, shopping tips, and event information—all focused around the Buckeye State. In sections such as Travel, readers delve into written and pictorial chronologies of in-state excursions, as well as extensive resources detailing where to find the best hotels, which destinations are best in which seasons, and which desserts the local police enjoy in the event you get pulled over for speeding. The Food and Wine section profiles tempting culinary destinations, and Home and Garden leads green thumbs around the state to the most verdant nurseries and the most beautiful home gardens.

1422 Euclid Ave
Cleveland,
OH
US

Paula Atwell wasn't born an artist. She didn't pursue any art form in college, instead achieving a degree in English and a minor in accounting. After logging years in standard 9–5 jobs, she had an epiphany—it was time to do something for herself. Taking this newfound motivation to action, Paula enrolled in a beading class and followed it with forays into metalsmithing, crafting, and soldering.

These experiments in creativity led her to join the Lake Erie Artists co-op in 2003, where she began to show her eclectic jewelry at their booth during local festivals. When the co-op became incorporated in 2005, Paula's business world experience made her an obvious choice to lead the diverse group of artists in forming their own gallery. Today, the co-op-turned-gallery now carries hundreds of art pieces that span a range of media.

Producing blown-glass sculptures and handcrafted metal jewelry and pottery, the artists each specialize in a few select media as decided during the gallery's annual game of spin-the-paintbrush. The staff at Lake Erie Artists Gallery is also a strong proponent of local business, encouraging their patrons to browse Shake Square after looking at their wares. In project-oriented classes taught by working artists, students explore jewelry and painting and leave with their handcrafted pieces.

13129 Shaker Square
Cleveland,
OH
US

Crain's Business’s team of meticulous reporters populates the magazine’s digital and printed pages with stories of the latest goings-on in Michigan and Ohio’s corporate world, extending their watchful eyes beyond the borders of the city into the entire state. They stay abreast of happenings in an array of industries, including advertising, finance, government, and sports, tapping into their vast knowledge to compose compelling features. Regularly updated blogs and columns feature additional information and opinions about such pertinent topics as real estate, elections, and the declining value of the Monopoly dollar.

Readers can nominate praise-worthy movers and shakers for one of Crain's business-centric awards, such as “20 in their 20s,” “40 under 40,” and “The Only One Over 120.” They can also submit local events to a community calendar that compiles happenings from across the state.

700 W Saint Clair Ave
Cleveland,
OH
US

Now in its 23rd year, the I-X Indoor Amusement Park returns to the International Exposition Center with more than 20 acres of rides, games, and attractions. The indoor wonderland opens its doors from late March to early April on select dates, giving Cleveland families a springtime window to zip around on more than 30 thrill rides or read poetry to farm animals at a petting zoo. The newly added Cirque Shanghai dazzles eyes with a mammoth spectacle of daring acrobatics and motorcycle daredevilry, while daily Big Cat shows showcase the abilities of rescued tigers from a Sarasota, Florida, animal sanctuary. A collection of carnival fare, such as corn dogs, cotton candy, fresh-squeezed lemonade, and deep-fried baseball caps, rounds out the summer-like atmosphere.

6200 Riverside Dr
Cleveland,
OH
US