Amber Richardson Evers, owner of Lifestyle Portrait, has always been fascinated by photography; she recalls photographing still-life scenes as early as the second grade. But it’s only in the past 10 years that she’s devoted her career to snapping senior portraits, weddings, and baby portraits. Ever aware of light, composition, and color, she makes her subjects shine both in the studio and on location. Her welcoming persona allows customers to relax and be themselves—even her portraits of pets, which are naturally without artifice and opposable thumbs, exude peace and humor.
Professional photographer Zohair Kabani is in the business of making memories. Setting up shop at various locations around the DFW area, Zohair captures beautiful, candid shots of all sorts of subjects, from engaged couples, to kids, to entire families, perfectly preserving their smiles for years to come.
Natural Expressions Photography was started in 1999 by Christopher McBrown; he enjoys being able to capture moments that uniquely express his clients' thoughts and emotions. Over the years he has had the opportunity to work with a number of local and national clients and be featured in magazines such as Jer and Ebony.
Drawing on 15 years of industry experience, Locations Photography's Tammy Graham hones students' photo-trapping skills with comprehensive introductory courses. Aspiring photographers bring their own cameras to the 90-minute studio classes, during which they explore their instrument's basic abilities and the myriad functions that often encumber digital cameras. The expert instructor imparts cautionary tales against common beginner pitfalls and lighting techniques that help reduce overexposure and hammy shadows. Students will also learn posing tips to successfully capture friends and family in natural environments or coax smiles out of stubborn statues.
Inside Barron Photografix's full-service photo lab, staff members create both digital and film prints using traditional chemical processing. The team can also mount and finish prints, create fine-art prints through an Ultrachrome giclee process, or make digital duplicates of decades-old images.
After becoming a mother, Stork Vision Ultrasound Imaging Centers' founder Malissa Nied sought a way to help expecting families share in the joy and wonderment of pregnancy. Each Stork Vision location is helmed by a state-licensed medical director and staffed by sonographers who are registered or registry-eligible with the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography. In the hands of these trained professionals, 2-D, 3-D, and 4-D sonograph and ultrasound machines scan bellies to produce stunning images of future bundles of joy. Stork Vision offers its services in packages that range from black-and-white still images for gender determination to full-color videos set to music. Stork Vision also offers party packages that include DVDs, digital images, prints, and cupcakes that reveal the baby's gender.