For more than 10 years, Magenta Studio Photo's talented photographers have teamed up with clients to craft custom-fitted photo sessions. Each session starts with a consultation to review the myriad options available for solo portraits, couples, families, and more. Then, clients can create a preferred ambience by selecting background colours and lighting options. Tailored photo sessions give models the chance to pose with props brought from home or from Magenta Studio Photo's costume cache. Following the session, photographers are happy to review every pose to ensure satisfaction and to help subjects select shots that can be immortalized on a fleet of products, such as prints, iPhone cases, and home accessories.
Customers can peruse the homepage gallery for examples of Magenta Studio Photo's moment-capturing prowess, and consult the FAQ page to answer any inquiries.
A wife and mother of three, Julie Hearty had always been passionate about photography. It wasn't until after the birth of her third and final child, though, that she became fully enthralled with the craft. Thereafter, Julie utilized her keen eye and quick finger to capture friends and family, and has since expanded her home-based business to work with clients from all walks of life. Workshops and classes continually sharpen Julie's skills, enabling her to shoot a spectrum of subjects that ranges from weddings and babies to dogs and pets.
With 185 stores, a slate of eateries, and a movie theatre, St. Laurent Centre has something for every visitor. Inside the sprawling confines, shoppers can treat their feet to a new pair of shoes at Aldo, snag custom-fit jeans at Levi’s, and play an interactive trivia game at Guess.
Professional shutterbug Brian works to capture smiles during family photo shoots and weddings. Brian, who has lugged his photo equipment to multiple countries to memorialize customers’ special moments, also turns the lens on couples, babies, and burgeoning bellies inside his studio.
The philosophy of Flirt and Flutter Photography’s female photographers hinges on one basic tenet: what separates fashion models from other women is not impeccable bone structure, but the hard work of their stylists and photographers. Before boudoir and glamour shoots—their specialty—makeup artists can accent faces, and subjects select accessories from a trove of boas, fedoras, and jewellery. The photographers then point their lenses at their catwalk-ready subjects before simple backdrops in the warm, flattering light of their studio, housed in a west Ottawa penthouse. The alluring photos often feature high-contrast colour, sharp colour accents, or classic black-and-white shading.
When they’re not coaching subjects into pin-up poses, the shutterbugs capture clients at a location of their choice for their more family-oriented shoot styles. Often focused on landmark events, these shoots can document engagements, weddings, or high-school graduations that mark the transition from living at home to living under a cafeteria table.
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Paige Cody tells stories with her photos. Her favorite tales spring from candid, emotional details: "the warm, genuine love in a mother's eyes, the look on a confused baby's face, the raw annoyance between siblings. . . ."
At Paper Crane Studios, she strives to capture ?anything that stands out from the hundreds of photos we take a session." The photographer has spent years doing media and corporate-type photography and videography, and she is pleased with the studio?s new family direction.
Paige loves to create imaginative photo sets, and she describes her style as having a romantic and fairy tale edge. Her many sets include baby animals, mermaids, Disney princesses, and holiday scenery. She even occasionally uses photo effects and filters to further customize each image.