FastFrame first germinated in Europe before spreading to Japan, Brazil, Australia, and the United States. A trained local helms each of the 300 locations, and guarantees every design for 30 days and the craftsmanship for a lifetime. Artisans crown original works of art and prints with ornate mouldings. They also store historical artifacts and three-dimensional memorabilia in shadow boxes. FastFrame’s team has even been known to frame sports equipment, plasma-screen televisions, and childhood homes.
Minibird Photography has a simple approach - capture personalities, not poses.
Sessions are casual, fun, and all about making clients comfortable enough to forget the camera and just enjoy their favorite people.
Minibird specializes in children and family portraiture.
Emily Joi’s passion for photography is unbound. She’ll go to any limits and shoot in any location at any time to get the right moments captured for posterity. She applies that fervor for the art form during portrait shoots for families, kids, and couples, as well as at events such as weddings, working closely with all clients to ensure they get the shots that bring out the best in them.
Silverspoon Photography owner Marla Weatherspoon Johnson has creativity pumping through her veins. The daughter of prolific artists, she's been snapping pictures for more than two decades, ever since the interplay of light and shadow drove her into the arms of black-and-white photography. Her photographic journey has largely been influenced by artists such as James Van Der Zee and Richard Avedon, whose stark whites and honest portraits echo in Johnson's work. With those icons and her own eye guiding her, she strives to create portraits that look too good to be marooned in cyberspace alone.
Click strives to pluck the perfect image from the minds of its clientele before capturing it in southeastern Georgia's shining, natural light for eternal exaltation. Jay's skilled shutter clicks offer a wide assortment of memory memorializers, with portrait sessions (an $85 value) for newborns, tots, pets, and for wistful covers of forthcoming solo albums. Gather kin for a family shot (no limit on immediate family members, $22 per additional extended family member), or go solo for a posed portrait, ideal for fawning grandmothers and local boxing clubs. Once the perfect visages have been committed to celluloid, pearly-white purveyors are invited to Jay's new studio in Lancaster Village for a personal preview session catered specifically to them. Surprise significant others with one 8"x10" print (a $40 value) and gift forgetful relatives with two 5"x7" prints (a $40 value), each bearing a singular, sparkling pose (up to 3 different poses allowed). An online gallery can be provided for out-of-town clients, and images can be burned to compact disc for an additional fee.
Photographer Jamie Lee, who got her start in sports photography, has been involved in the wedding industry since she was 17. She fell in love with the beauty and romance of weddings, and decided that she wanted to become a professional photographer. She quickly developed her own style, a blend of photojournalism and artistic shots for weddings of all sizes. When she's not snapping wedding, landscape, and nature photos, Jamie captures pictures of interacting families, beaming couples, peacefully sleeping newborn babies, and expecting mothers.