It's been said that nothing good happens after midnight. 11:59 Photography is named after that minute when you have to savor every second or break your watch. Photographers at 11:59 Photography now freeze time in their boudoir sessions, which draw inspiration from classic art and French film noir. To tailor shoots to each subject’s personality, the photographers hold consultations with clients before every session. Experts also offer fashion and style tips to help guide clients toward the perfect outfit and hairstyle. Shoots are available in the studio, on-location at homes, or even in hotel rooms.
A member of the Professional Photographers of America, Megan Garrison demonstrates a dedication to her profession and her subjects. Depending on the client, she can stage poses using the controlled lights of her studio, capture intimate portraits at a home, or venture outdoors to snap candid shots beneath the sun's natural luminescence. Similarly, her subjects range from families and pets to wedding parties and pet wedding parties.
The experienced and award-winning staff of shutterbug artists at Commonwealth Photography employs an uncommon eye for detail and a friendly lens to capture the most memorable whims and grins. With this deal, you and up to three others get a session to strike the most jovial and jolly poses in Commonwealth’s comfortable studio, where the friendly imagesmith will suggest and capture a variety of careful, creative impressions. Congregate your dapper-looking kids in front of the classic festive background. After your session, you'll be able to select your favorite image for transformation into a graceful, vivid 5”x7” portrait. Commonwealth Photography will also slice $10 off any holiday card purchases, so you can atone for letting your still-amateur cocker spaniel shoot last winter's pictures. Call ahead to schedule your appointment.
BD Creative Images' primary goal is to collect and preserve cherished memories. The photographer, Brant Squirrel, captures those memories in stylistic images that employ unique angles and postproduction editing to create one-of-a-kind pictures. He works closely with families, kids, couples, and moms-to-be during shoots to ensure he adds the exact right polish to each image. Family pets can even get in on the action with pet portraiture. His skills can also be applied to special events such as birthdays and wedding receptions. Those celebrations can be enlivened with by including one of the company's photo booths, replete with a photographer, assistant, and studio lighting.
A Pentax K1000 camera—given to her when she was young—was the seed that sprouted a lifelong passion for Abigail. It led to her earning a photography degree from Kent State University in 2004. From there she quickly transitioned into photography as a full-time career. Today, she focuses that passion into photo sessions for families and couples. She also captures the excitement of weddings and special events such as baby showers.
Rather than constantly reinvent one space for each of his photography sessions, Daniel Butler frames high-school seniors, brides, families, pets, and children at one of his four studios. Along with his indoor workspace—where he hosts Easter specials with live bunnies and ducklings—Daniel owns three outdoor studios: a private lakefront area, a portrait park, and a portrait garden. Subjects can lounge in front of the water, relax in the gazebo, or strike poses in front of a rustic truck. To make their shot selection easier, Daniel shares 8.5"x11" previews on fine linen paper with his clients, at which point they choose which images to print and preserve. Additionally, Daniel ensures each shot's longevity by framing pictures in his gallery, as well as restoring images with more advanced techniques than coloring in faded parts with a crayon.
Pink Photography's resident camera clicker Jennie Wood effortlessly alters her photography style as she transitions between weddings, maternity shoots, and boudoir sessions. She infuses each client's personality into every shot, whether composing portraits in the studio or traveling to vibrant locations such as parks or crayon factories. Jennie also uploads all photos to an online gallery and lets customers keep their low-resolution digital images.