Professional photographer LaDonna Raeh Robinson aims her camera at anything that can attractively flatten into a photo—and has done so since she was 8 years old. After a diversion led Robinson into the field of computer science, she rediscovered her natural talent for capturing unique and memorable images by taking photos for her company, which snowballed into bigger projects and eventually her own business. Today Robinson poses her subjects in the studio for professional portraits, wedding photos, or kids' shoots.
Professional photographer Mark Terrance captures artful headshots, maternity photos, and family portraits in his studio, and travels to concerts, plays, and conferences for event shoots. In addition to his digital stills and prints, he produces on-location video segments of clients' events, available on DVD.
There's a comfortable, contented look to the children and families within Julie Ann Armstrong's portraits. She's planned it that way—the photographer travels to her subjects' homes for photo shoots, since it's at home that people feel most like themselves. The results are candid scenes of mothers-to-be looking out their own windows, babies swaddled in their own cribs, and kids playing at their favorite parks. Armstrong also captures the fun of celebrations such as bridal showers and weddings, along with showcasing women's sultry sides via Chicago Doll Photography, her boudoir photo business.
By Lawrence Boudoir Photography, the place for private boudoir photography. We offer modern updates of this iconic style by including poses from fashion, glamour, Pin Up and Boudoir to create the perfect session. Our mission is to celebrate your fundamental beauty and create an empowering experience for you.
Though Donzell Gordon's darkroom is stocked with all the traditional photo-retouching tools, he'd rather not use them. In his 15 years as a professional photographer, he has always worked to capture naturally flattering pictures directly from his camera, instead of relying on editing tools to clean up an image. This means he must remain flexible during shoots, alternating between studio and natural lighting when appropriate. Though he finds this technique yields more realistic impressions of his subject, he will also enhance photos when necessary to lighten dark corners or eliminate photo-bombing Pac-Man ghosts.