Randy J. Peterson first opened his studio doors for business in 1973. Over the decades, he's shot weddings, holiday gatherings, and countless other moments worth remembering. The founder of Countryside Photographers often holds sessions in his studio, but, as the name of his business suggests, he's just as adept at making use of the surrounding countryside. He might take pictures in a forest or along the lakeshore in the summer, using nature as his backdrop. Peterson has been recognized for his work in many ways over the years. He earned a stint as president of the American Society of Photographers and was inducted into the Wisconsin Hall of Fame, which he then was forced to escape in order to continue his career.
The photos we leave behind may be the only way for future generations to see the styles and personalities we bear. That?s why the professional makeup artists and photographers at Glamour Shots strive to capture the true essence of a person with their shoots. Whether commemorating a milestone event or a successful trip to the grocery store, each session begins with the shop?s signature full airbrush and style makeover, which works to prevent unwanted shine while imparting a chic aesthetic. Makeup artists tailor looks to the purpose of the shoot, imparting children with a red-cheeked glow and boudoir subjects with a dark, seductive color palette.
Photographers encourage everyone to bring a few outfits and props from home, allowing them to give each photo shoot an individualized touch without snapping close-ups of their subjects? fingerprints. Clients get to see the photos immediately so they can approve the looks and order their favorite shots in the form of pictures, phone cases, or calendars. The staff then prints out the chosen items using a range of color finishes?including colorization to make one color pop and the company's signature Glamour Touch retouching?onto made-to-last Kodak paper.
Before looking through the camera lens, the expert photographers at Picture People spend time getting to know their subjects and establishing a strategy for conveying their personalities in print. Then, film-ready clients pose in the bright camera room, airing teeth amid colorful backdrops and creative props. Following snapshots, subjects make their way to the selection station to choose their favorite poses from their session, which may be treated with sepia tones, color accents, and decorative borders to suit any wall, wallet, wallpaper pattern, or trophy walleye.
Picture People offers a variety of creative tips to help enhance mantel-dominating final results. The studio ensures satisfaction with a 100% guarantee on finished products.
artessence, LLC is THE professional studio in Green Bay, WI if you are looking for unique and stylish portraits of the events that are dear to your heart! Portraits done in settings that not only capture what you look like but more importantly reflect who you are!
Professional photographer Paul D. Manke instructs novice to advanced shot-snappers in the finer points of memory capture during two-hour evening photography classes. Both the Intro to Compact Camera and Intro to SLR sessions take place in the classroom and familiarize students with camera basics, including navigating the menu, downloading images, and using the camera to capture irrefutable proof that zorses exist. Level-two compact-camera and SLR courses delve into hands-on photography and snapping pictures using the manual setting. A special night class teaches students to take photos in the dark, and advanced camera clutchers in the SLR #3 class hone sophisticated skills such as quick exposure reading and setting.
Owners Brad Thalmann and Angela Harle snap stunning portraits for high-school seniors customized to reflect the personality and interests of each subject. Clients can choose to hold their senior portrait session at the studio's indoor or outdoor space, and can prepare to pose for roughly 90 minutes in up to three different outfits or forty different hair flips ($20–$60). A few weeks after the personalized picture sitting, the photographers display the expertly edited portraits for clients on a large screen while telling personal anecdotes about each image. After customers pick their prints, the studio will immortalize the images on professional Kodak paper with a variety of packages, including die-cut wallet portraits ($30–$120), gift portraits ranging from 4"x5" to 8"x10" ($25–$80), large wall portraits ($150–$1000), or a leather-bound portrait portfolio presenting eight different 4"x5" pictures ($150).