A wedding day is one of the most memorable experiences in a couple’s life. Debra Kapustin captures these moments on film with such expertise that Wedding Wire featured her in their Bride’s Choice 2012 Awards. Other special moments captured by her lens include high-school seniors on the cusp of graduation, family portraits, and pregnancy shoots.
What do the New York Yankees, NASA rocket launches, and international breaking news all have in common? They’ve all been photographed by James Fink, owner and operator of Fink Photography. James operates out of East Lake, but he takes pains to meet his clientele all around the Tampa area. James also has no qualms about going the extra mile to capture the right angle for a shot, whether that means climbing up a tree, laying down in the sand, or strapping himself to a space shuttle.
With an editorial-like, spontaneous approach to photography, Ashley Posusta and her team of shutterbugs document life's major moments in their most organic form. Ashley and her staff begin their correspondence with clients with a consultation, ensuring every shoot revolves around a unique vision, or focus. After completed consultations, the team travels to locations all around the Tampa area, equipped to shoot everything from weddings and engagements to family and baby portraits.
For more than a decade, John Paul Kindig has snapped portraits, averaging more than 300 assignments annually in recent years. His striking, traditional compositions—for couples, families, and corporate clients—capture minute detail in his subjects and their surroundings. He travels throughout Pinellas County to offer scenic on-location shoots at beaches, parks, and atop abandoned spaceships that have crash-landed on Earth. After shoots wind down, clients can elect to purchase prints or a DVD containing high-definition images.
Anna Faiola Productions' photographers and videographers could document a person's entire life. During on-location sessions, they snap photos of expectant mothers, newborns, kids, high-school seniors, and entire families. The staff even documents happy couples through engagement photos, captures every important moment at weddings, and snags celebratory shots at anniversaries.
As a recently wed couple, Shawn and Jonah Amos are familiar with the pressure couples can feel to make their wedding or event memorable. Now, the Amoses send out photo booths loaded up with fun amenities that ensure guests at any function can walk away with a pleasant memento. Guests can play with props such as bow ties, giant hats, and marker boards with personalized messages, and have shots taken in color or black and white. After the shoot, photo strips are printed out emblazoned with the host’s choice of custom logo, such as an extremely general marriage proposal. All photos from the event are stored online for future perusal and printing, and add-ons including memory albums give hosts a keepsake of their own.