As the seasons change outside, they also change in Tiny Toes Studios. In autumn, she frames youngsters against fall backdrops and lets them interact with live animals, including baby chicks and bunnies. By winter, that background changes from orangey leaves to snowcapped trees, and the critters are swapped for a snow machine. Of course, Dani also heads to the actual outdoors to snap candid and posed shots of engaged couples, families, and expectant moms. These sessions usually result in more than 300 high-resolution images, which the photographer assembles onto DVDs so clients can print their favorites.
Owner Taylor Hardy and his crew of photographers at Miami Impulse Photography bring a tasteful and artistic touch to their work. Whether it's a wedding, concert, or party, they're committed to capturing shots that simultaneously come alive and preserve the moment. The team has covered fashion shoots, weddings, and sporting events, and they're partnered with several local makeup artists that are available to help you with modeling shots, head shots, or your first booster shot. Makeup artists are available for an additional fee. Miami Impulse Photography proudly participates during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, too.
Chavez Photo Miami is a photography studio focused on taking contemporary, modern photos, but always with a touch of elegance. I'm Erika Chavez and I started Chavez Photo because I wanted to have a different approach to taking photos - one that starts with awesome customer service and amazing creativity.
Carlos Gonzalez wields his camera for everything from catalogue shoots to professional head-shots. Over the past 20 years, he's built a portfolio that draws from diverse styles while capturing models, expectant mothers, and city landscapes. He also can also arrange sultry and flattering boudoir photos, while being careful to respect each woman's personal level of modesty and accommodate any allergies to feather boas. When he isn't behind the lens, Gonzalez teaches photography classes.
Cesar Varela never thought of photography as a serious pursuit until his wife became a magazine model. As he observed what photographers looked for in their models, he decided to try it for himself. He gathered his own lenses, cameras, and gear and used his wife as a test subject. At-home successes led him to shoot other models before eventually expanding his client base to include families, newlyweds, houses, and family members wearing house costumes. Though he’s since had work published by magazines, publishing companies, and websites, he feels most at ease shooting individual subjects in a photojournalistic style. In his high-rise studio, he photographs subjects in front of colored backdrops or on a balcony overlooking Miami’s sun-dappled skyline. When on location, he works to incorporate the environment—including water and sand, animals, and building architecture—as each shot's secondary subject, adding dimension without strapping 3-D glasses onto his camera. Believing that subjects’ comfort level shows through any pose, Cesar keeps them at ease by offering bits of easygoing direction and capturing candid shots.