For the past 28 years, Kelly Wheeler has wrangled feisty families into character-capturing images, using his studio's expansive outdoor area and well-appointed interior as a backdrop. Kelly begins with a prephoto consultation to learn about his customers’ lifestyles and desires so that photos can represent interests such as playing outdoors, spending time together, or competitive smiling. Photographees then arrange a time and location for their family photo shoot, holding pretty poses at Kelly's studio or allowing Photoz by Kelly to travel within the Reno-Tahoe area to shoot on-location or at the family home (a $150 value).
Some photographers love taking landscape shots, and others aim their lenses at animals. But Jerrine Plunket’s passion is people. Whether she’s documenting a wedding, getting whole families together for group shots, or crouching down to meet kids at their level, she has a knack for capturing her subjects’ personalities in each shot. She manages to capture both romance and playfulness during engagement shoots, and she’s also available for maternity and boudoir sessions.
Kelsi Vogel’s relationship with photography began at 16, when she took her first of many modeling gigs. At Colorwheel Photography, however, she stays behind the lens, drawing upon her experiences in front of the camera to keep her clientele at ease. Her diverse subjects range from newlyweds and families to high-school seniors and pets. She prefers to conduct her shoots on-location, where she coaches clients into striking natural-looking poses before sunny Nevada scenes.
Lifetouch Inc. became the world’s largest employee-owned photography company one portrait at a time.
Today, Lifetouch and its subsidiaries serve the photographic needs of people of all ages. Lifetouch truly is “memories for a lifetime.”
Courtney Dyer Photography's shutterbugs are multitalented: they can capture memories at weddings, snap flattering senior portraits, or preserve an infant's precious facial expressions for posterity. After photo shoots, clients can choose the form their photos will take; they can be arranged in albums, printed onto invitation cards, or transferred onto artistic wrapped canvases.