Over her more than 20-year career in photography, Susan Torregrosa has garnered numerous awards, shown more than 100 images in national and local exhibits, and earned the Professional Photographers of America?s prestigious Masters of Photography degree. She draws on the lifetime of dedication that earned her that recognition as she conducts portrait sessions at Studio T Photography. She specializes in portraiture of families, children, and high school seniors. The photographer creates portraits of kids and kin set against sparse backgrounds or painted backdrops of lush forests. High school students enjoy sessions in natural park and river settings or posing against interesting landmarks, such as a downtown Orlando graffiti wall. Afterward, she preserves her clients? favorite images with customizable keepsakes such as prints and canvas portraits.
Glamour Shots made its name as a place where women could be transformed into models and immortalized in photographs. Though makeup, hair, and wardrobe services are still available with each session, Glamour Shots now offers portraiture for individuals of any gender as well as families, children, and houseplants. Unique personalities shine in Glamour Shots?s galleries, which depict everything from children with airbrushed angel wings to women clad in lingerie. Digital images can be transformed into a number of prints and products, including wall art and graduation announcements. Glamour Shots guarantees clients? satisfaction or it will retake portraits without a session fee or exchange poses for a small additional fee within 14 days.
A bride and groom recline on a dock, the white of her gown complementing the pale horizon, which slowly fades into blue. A ballerina stands en pointe in a window, the sun illuminating the delicate tulle of her tutu. A couple sits cross-legged in a library, the leaning books on the shelves mirroring their backs as they lean in to kiss. A newborn sleeps in a nest of textiles, the lace and linen standing out against the baby's smooth skin.
TOV Studio Photography's skilled photographers, each of whom has more than a decade's worth of photo shoots under their belt, understand how to use the everyday world around them?from the sky to the sidewalk?to create images that feel as unique as their subjects. Outdoor shoots use architecture and elements of nature to frame newlyweds, families, and graduating seniors, using the natural light to emphasize the happy glow in a couple's eyes or the pristine white of a bride's not-yet-grass-stained gown. It's not all indoors, though?in the comfortable confines of the studio, photographers create custom backgrounds that bestow a similar, tree-free kind of individuality.
Big Top grew out of founder Alex Tchekmeian’s creative roots in the music industry and band promotion, and its ingenious professionals help clients to focus their T-shirt ideas from hazy daydream to eye-tickling reality. Customers simply strut up to the gleaming shop's red carpet, and a designer sits them down on one of the red mushroom stools surrounding their sleek workstation. Their expertise fine-tunes chest-ornament ideas to match your intentions, whether it is to promote a budding cookie business, find out what you'd look like as an 8-bit Nintendo sprite, or rebrand yourself with a logo that involves more mooses head-butting the sun. Once a design has been rendered, tweaked, and agreed on, clients select a color backdrop from the shop's T-shirt racks, and Big Top marries vision to fabric with its on-site printer and on-site parson.
Big Frog transfers custom and premade designs onto everything from garments and towels to mousepads and flags. Customers tailor textiles to their liking with a large selection of design ideas to jump-start stalled imagination engines, a graphic designer on staff to offer advice, and a range of clothing styles to choose from. Print a picture of your favorite ex-attorney general onto a white cotton T-shirt ($14.99) or a custom apron ($21.99). The shop also stocks illustratable knickknacks such as mousepads ($10.79), coasters ($6), puzzles ($15), and golf towels ($13.99).