Cynthia McIntyre understands the needs of a busy professional with little time to drive to a studio and wait to have his/her professional headshot taken. Cynthia will bring her portable portrait studio to your office or location of your choice to create studio quality headshots for your use in print, websites, emails, etc
For more than 17 years, the photographers at Fashion Shots have devoted every inch of their 3,500-square-foot studio, to letting ladies feel sexy and confident, with a theater viewing room complete with red carpet, and a makeup and dressing room area. During boudoir and glamour shoots, women strike sultry poses with female photographers under artfully arranged lighting, rotating through different outfits and getting primped by onsite hairstylists and makeup artists. Afterward, the team retouches shots to erase any blemishes or photo-bombing ghosts.
With more than 30 years of artistic accolades under his belt, Steve Cooper tailors each of professional photo sessions to match the unique personality of each of his portrait-seeking patrons. First, future face flashers will sit down with Steve for a pre-portrait consultation to plan the style of their session, choosing between a controlled indoor sitting or one set amid the rock formations, wooded paths, and cloned dinosaurs inhabiting his 3.5-acre portrait park. Once the scheduled images come to artful fruition, photo subjects will select prints at Steve's side in a separate session, becoming reacquainted with their glamorous selves via digital projection. Customers can choose to have their 11"x14" portrait reproduced in color or black and white, and the chosen image will also be retouched and hand-signed to impress even the snootiest of mantelpieces.
The photo-lab technicians at Ross Imaging Center deftly manipulate celluloid memories to produce crisp prints, high-resolution digital images, video transfers, and more. Scanning services, such as slide scans ($2/slide for 1–10 slides) and negative scans ($5.95 for an uncut roll of up to 36 exposures) usher old-fashioned snapshots into the high-res digital age with pixilated images to set inside the mantelpiece iPad. Pictures amassed over dozens of Secretary Appreciation Days condense conveniently onto one CD with the shoebox scan ($39.95 for up to 250 photos) for easy perusal.
Tom Stio fell in love with photography as soon as he got his first Kodak Brownie camera as a child, and in 1998 he gave himself over to the world of pictures full time. Since then, he's amassed an impressive portfolio of work, from eye-catching headshots and commercial work to fine-art photography and modeling portfolios. Tom has been recognized by the Swope Art Museum with the Edward Westom Award of Distinction in 2003; the Award of Merit in 2004; and the Keith Ermish Purchase Award in 2005. Tom focuses his lens with an artistic eye on all of his subjects, from striking shots of restaurant dishes and professionals to fine-art pieces for exhibits. During boudoir shoots, he puts clients at ease and makes them feel comfortable and glamorous at the same time, offering as many background and clothing changes as needed.
Out of Jennifer Dougan’s entire family-centric photography portfolio, her favorite shots are the ones of newborns and toddlers. She enjoys the unpredictability of tots’ interactions with the most complicated toy they’ve ever seen: the camera. The adaptability she demonstrates in these shoots serves her equally well in her grown-up shoots, which cover everything from weddings to tiny plastic couples being introduced into their natural wedding-cake habitat. In the studio, families and bouncing youngsters pose in front of patterned backdrops before browsing photos in the online galleries Jennifer maintains.