Photojournalist and famed graffiti artist Flint Gennari of Fine Art Fotos creates candid images with the help of his intimate knowledge of Staten Island locales. During a consultation, clients discuss what they want to take from the shoot, which might be a family portrait for Christmas cards or blurry evidence to prove a great-uncle’s existence. Between the clean lines of a studio or immersed in a compelling environ, models light up as the flashbulb blazes and the shutter clicks. After the shoot, clients can peruse 60 digital images online and select one to immortalize in print form and tape to their heads to achieve eternal youth.
Licensed and insured, Foto Republik Photography’s shutterbugs and videographers frame everything from weddings to portraits with their contemporary camera eyes. Comprehensive wedding packages and portrait sessions include options such as hardcover photo albums and CDs of high-resolution images. Foto Republik’s photobooth brings groups together for candid moments during birthdays, reunions, and backyard shindigs.
The expert shutterbugs at Jeffrey A Stewart Photography travel throughout the New York City area to capture photos with a fashion-editorial style. Their portfolio includes family portraits, engagement sessions, and weddings. For weddings, the company sends a male and female photographer, so photos reflect the perspective of both the bride and groom.
For the past 20 years, Donalisa has made her passion her life by immersing herself in photography and the stories each image tells. Her enthusiasm for projects is contagious as she creates fun and relaxed photo shoots for families, kids, teens, and moms-to-be. She also loves documenting weddings and glamour sessions.
People planning weddings often have to choose between elaborately staged poses and the dynamic, candid shots that provide a realistic account of the happy day. The founders of Abacus Wedding Studios ignore that dichotomy, believing there to be a place for both photography styles at important events. Mixing traditional and photojournalistic styles, their photo snappers work with brides, grooms, and their families to make sure everyone gets the shots they dream of. Together, they create a custom wedding-day preparation worksheet that lays out shooting plans with plenty of time for large-scale portraits, intimate snaps, and sequential shots of the first cake slice being smashed in the father of the bride's face.