Recognized by the Professional Photographers of America as a master of her craft, Mary Lynne Ashley won a second place award for her entry in Professional Photographer Magazine's 2010 cover contest. While this certified pro photographs children, families, and expectant mothers, she snatches honest smiles and inquisitive gazes from the mists of time with a hair-trigger shutter. After she adorns newborns with wreaths of flowers, headbands, hats, and tutus, Mary Lynne stealthily captures their subtle expressions as they slumber on antique chairs and barrels overflowing with fuzzy blankets. She displays her versatility by documenting these bundles of joy in the comfort of her studio, in front of scenic landscapes, or in the arms of their loving adoptive androids. In addition to photographing humans, she snaps pictures of beloved pets and imparts her knowledge of digital photography during workshops and classes.
Briana Leigh may be getting a degree in psychology, but she won't let that stop her from pursuing her other passion: photography. Briana has amassed significant experience in her years, and she brings it to bear in a variety of shoots. She has particular experience in senior portraits, boudoir shoots, and engagement and wedding photography. To keep things simple, she provides clients with CDs of images from which they can select photos to print.
An active Denver photographer since 1985, Bart Levy imparts hard-won wisdom to aspiring photographers in upbeat, three-hour workshop. In these workshops, the seasoned shutterbug demystifies DSLR cameras other adjustable digital cameras', teaching pupils how to harness ISO speeds, manual settings, shutter speeds and apertures to produce crisp, memorable images of lens caps. Students also learn how to compose visually striking snapshots and Bart will also demonstrate the differences in digital file formats, so acolytes can upload and share pictures without setting their web browsers on fire.
A sleeping baby sweetly smiles during a nap. A high-school student proudly dons a graduation cap. A father in Army fatigues lovingly holds tight to his young son. Photographer Antoinette captures candid moments on film, whether she's snapping baby's first photo session, senior pictures, or family portraits. She can retouch imperfections like a pro, and can even digitally remove any annoying little siblings from your best photo.
The experienced shutterbug also creates a supportive and comfortable environment during fun and flirty boudoir photo shoots.
With a husband in the Army and two young children, Suzanne Kroner understands the importance of capturing a family's fleeting moments. After spending three years gaining experience in a studio, Suzanne set out on her own, and today she helps memorialize everything from newly engaged couples frolicking in the surf to families showing off their matching T-shirts. She also charms children into smiling, frames newborns' tiny toes, and documents babies' journeys from kicking within their mothers' bellies to snuggling in their crib. After each session, an online gallery lets clients peruse the images, deciding at their leisure which prints to use for wallpapering the dining room.
Photographer Jake and lighting expert Sokol team up to give clients exquisite, detail-oriented photo shoots that capture memories. Those details include everything from time-lapse techniques and color calibration to making sure no one has food stuck in their teeth. Through years of obsessive study and professional experience in Colorado Springs, Jake ensures precise composition and flawless photos with a journalist's perspective. The duo exacts this precision during sessions for families, couples, kids, and individuals. Weddings are also considered a forte, and they cover them with two photographers to guarantee every single meaningful moment is captured in crisp detail.