Photographer in Hoboken

91% Off Photo Shoot from Portrait Scene

Multiple Locations

$218 $19

Seasoned photographers capture individuals and families during on-location shoots

Up to 74% Off at Joanne Handler Photography

Mid-town West

$275 $79

Photographer uses lighting and professional techniques to capture engaging headshots that showcase the subject's personality

76% Off Photo Shoot at White NY Photography Studio

New York

$420 $99

Drawing from 15 years of experience, a photographer snaps shots at a studio in the heart of the Flatiron District

87% Off Boudoir Photo Shoot

Multiple Locations

$300 $39

Photographers let subjects dress & pose to their comfort level during one-hour shoots, which include one print & 50 images on CD.

55% Off Engagement Photography

Sunnyside

$399 $180

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Half Off at Toddlewood Photography

New York

$700 $350

Kids can emulate their favorite celebrities or opt for an enhanced version of themselves during the up to 90-minute photo shoots

45% Off

New York

$235 $129

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Up to 60% Off Headshot Photography Package

Chelsea

$99 $59

Headshot photographers capture flattering, professional images of performers wearing one or two outfits

45% Off Wedding Photography

Clinton

$999 $549

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56% Off Maternity Photography Package

Chelsea

$500 $219

Professional photographer takes artistic portraits of moms-to-be during a one-hour photo shoot

jcp portraits – Up to 83% Off Photo Shoots

Multiple Locations

$125 $25

Professional photographers capture families, babies, and individuals with custom backgrounds, props, and variety of poses

Up to 89% Off Boudoir Photo Shoot at DeBoudoir

SoHo

$399 $45

With lingerie outfits, women bring their sensuality to the surface, posing for 60 minutes to create unique, romantic gifts

Up to 66% Off In-Studio Photo Session

Inwood

$200 $69

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In-studio session with award-winning photographers includes digital images and an 8"x10" print

Up to 86% Off at Glamour Shots

Multiple Locations

$138.90 $19

Photo shoots include three outfit changes, one standard print, and matching low resolution digital image for social media

Up to 96% Off a Photo Shoot with Print

Multiple Locations

$449.85 $19

Professional makeup and hairstyling ensure subject are looking their best for racy boudoir shoots or wholesome family portraits

88% Off Photo Session with Makeup and Image Retouch

Theater District - Times Square

$650 $79

Veteran photographer captures expressions during a two-hour session that includes makeup retouch on faces and image retouch on pictures

45% Off Engagement Photography

Lyndhurst

$350 $193

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45% Off Studio Photography

Belleville

$300 $165

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77% Off Pet or Family Photo Session

Carroll Gardens

$350 $79

Photographer Christopher Wells snaps pets or families at sessions that result in a digital file of his client's favorite image

44% Off Services

Canarsie

$50 $28

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50% Off Studio Photography

Bay Ridge & Fort Hamilton

$400 $200

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67% Off In-Studio Photo Shoot

Multiple Locations

$180 $59

Photographer snaps photos in studio; includes eight enhanced and glamour retouched prints, six wallet-size prints, and four digital images

50% Off Studio Photography

Greenpoint

$500 $250

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55% Off Studio Photography

Bedford - Stuyvesant

$200 $90

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Up to 91% Off at Sean Jackman Photography

Canarsie

$550 $49

Up to four people pose in front of the camera during one- or two-hour photo shoots that produce up to 10 high-quality prints

55% Off Photography with Hair and Makeup Services

Brooklyn

$700 $315

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Inside, white velour drapes cascade from 17-foot ceilings to the floor, where diffused lighting casts a soft glow across a studded sofa. Outside, sunlight washes over the rooftop, illuminating models as they pose against the sea of brick and windows that makes up Manhattan’s garment district. At Image Powerhouse, a team of photographers, hairstylists, makeup artists, and videographers frame images within both scenes, meticulously setting up each shoot, from individual boudoir sessions to group shots. Fully using their 2,500-square-foot studio and rooftop, the artists create signature set designs that draw upon vintage aesthetics, modern lines, and industrial textures. Image Powerhouse also rents out its studio and library of production resources—which even includes a karaoke system—so that patrons can amplify bridal showers or continue convincing their parents that they’ve made it as a rock star.

231 WEST 29TH STREET #1007
new york,
New York
US

Before Roberta Fineberg was an award-winning photographer, author, and teaching artist, she was a newbie, giddy with excitement when the Saturday Review published one of her photographs. Before long, her work appeared in French magazines and on book jackets for publishers such as Harcourt and Simon & Schuster. Her love of pets lead to the writing of her first book, City Riders, a story in words and pictures about three teenage girls in New York City and their shared love of horses, published by Macmillan.

When she isn't snapping dramatic portraits or offering her skills to businesses in need of creative advertising, she chronicles events and cultural milestones in her signature candid, emotional style. Roberta also shares her experience and skill with others during NYC Spark your Creativity workshops, designed to get students off the beaten path, looking at the city in a new light to boost their creativity. Today, Roberta's photography can be found in France at the Bibliothèque Nationale and the Bibliothèque Marguerite Durand, as well as in the United States and Russia. When she isn't snapping dramatic portraits or offering her skills to businesses in need of creative advertising, she chronicles events and cultural milestones in her signature candid, emotional style.

Roberta also shares her experience and skill with others by teaching workshops and classes. She can often be seen roaming the streets of New York, hopping from island to island as she encourages her pupils to see photography as an adventure in experimentation. As part of her educational outreach, Roberta helps struggling middle-school students and adults who speak English as a second language to improve their linguistic repertoire through photographic excursions and friendly conversations.

235 East 95th Street
New York,
NY
US

Once every three years, the curators at New York's International Center of Photography set out on a mission to encapsulate the world. They scour every corner of the globe to collect the most interesting video and photography. The end result is an exhibit that reveals the Earth at present—its economic conditions, political instabilities, and social mores. The museum's other gallery spaces surround their visitors in works from the 19th century to modern day, offering windows into every era since Santa invented cameras as a new Christmas toy. These ever-changing exhibits showcase everything from evolving fashions to countries in the midst of full-blown revolution.

Hidden behind theses photographs' imagery, lies the minds of brilliant visual artists. Some of these masters speak at the The Photographers Lecture Series, a staple of the museum's research center since 1974. During these events, distinguished photographers discuss their work and how photography fits into the worlds of art, fashion, and journalism. The ICP's Library delves into these worlds even further with thousands of photobooks, periodicals, and digital files.

ICP's faculty also nurtures emerging artists. Together, they lead more than 400 continuing education courses, exploring areas such as digital photography and video. And for the most serious students, they offer a one-year certificate program and an MFA program.

1133 Avenue Of The Americas
New York,
NY
US

After graduating from college, Lucia Rollow started looking for a place to print her photos in New York, only to be put off by expensive and snobbish darkrooms. So she began her own operation in a storage unit in the basement of an apartment building. Unable to tolerate solitary confinement for long, Lucia opened it up to other photographers and dubbed the space Bushwick Community Darkroom. Allison Putnam was among the influx of regular visitors, and she eventually became Lucia's cohort in the communal photography effort. The two share a passion for old-school photo printing, despite the availability of apps that impart vintage effects digitally. As Lucia told Gloria Dawson of The Brooklyn Ink, “The darkroom was the reason I fell in love with photography, just the idea that you could capture this image and replicate it and watch it appear seemingly out of nowhere is incredible.”

Meanwhile, photographers Vanessa Gill and Cheryl Arent were working on a communal-darkroom venture similar to Lucia's, and in 2012 the duos joined forces to crowdsource funding for a real studio space. Today, all four ladies work out of their newly opened studio, where they keep film photography alive with professional printing equipment and cryogenic storage tanks for old cameras. With the support of the community, this quartet teaches classes and provides film photographers with affordable access to resources such as enlargers and a Fujimoto CP51 color processor.

1095 Flushing Avenue
New York,
NY
US

Husband-wife duo Mark and Marina Frost know what it's like. They saw each other from the opposite ends of a crowded room. They felt a pull toward one another. They knew. Since then, they've been committed not only to one another, but to helping other couples document their own stories through gorgeous wedding and engagement photography. Their expertly lit and strikingly composed shots capture moments big and little: a boutonniere waiting to be pinned on a lapel, the laughter of giddy bridesmaids, newlyweds clasping hands on the dance floor.

Their excitement for each couple and attention to the little things has earned them accolades such as The Knot's Best of Weddings award and Wedding Wire's Bride's Choice award, each for three years running. In addition to wedding-related photography, they also have a photo-booth-rental service for couples who want to remember what their guests looked like 50 years later, when they'll be uploaded to flying cars—the license of which will still only be earned after a four-hour wait at the DMV.

116 W 23rd St
New York,
NY
US

Having enlightened more than 4,000 novice photographers to date and seen his work appear in the New York Times and GQ, JP Pullos has credentials that broadcast his photo capability. Drawing from this wealth of experience, JP instructs students of the photo arts on the finer points of their camera, whether that be a DSLR or compact point-and-shoot. Through an intuitive teaching method and learning-by-doing, pupils gain confidence in how to frame stunning portraits, capture images in any lighting conditions, and optimally use their camera's features.

1 West 58th Street
New York,
NY
US