Jill Davidson, owner of Emotion Portrait Design, is a PPA Award–winning photographer who strives to create a fun and relaxing atmosphere for guests. A savvy snapper and skilled photo finisher, Jill enjoys getting to know her clients and capturing their personalities in a way that delivers meaningful, time-treasured images. The outdoor family portrait session is an ideal way to capture your entire tribe in one place amongst natural splendors. An accompanying digital image ($375) allows lighting impurities, camera-hogging sparrows, and nature ghosts to be edited out, while allowing you to edit in the middle child you forgot to pick up from soccer camp on your way to the studio. Additional prints cost extra, from $20 for 4"x5" to $528 for 40"x60".
Marcela Timson, the owner of and a photographer at Urban Gal Photography, channels the energy of each passing moment into snapshots that reflect life and movement. During on-location shoots, she captures the natural interplay of light and shadow, conveying the ripples of a light breeze as it ruffles a taffeta skirt, or the blowback of a jet engine as it swoops over a pinwheel factory. She snaps images of seniors, families, bridal parties, and expectant mothers, chronicling major milestones in her clients’ lives.
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Rodda is the largest paint manufacturer in the Pacific NW with 48 stores in 5 states. We bring quality products and services to our customers & contractors in the residential, commercial, industrial & marine fields and partner with them to build successful businesses, because we believe "It's the finish that counts!"
Photography is a wonderful tool for capturing reality, but the photographers at Divine Images Northwest prefer to use it for capturing fantasy. At Divine Images Northwest, they let children don costumes and pose on sets modeled after enchanted castles, fairy forests, and angel-occupied clouds. They likewise brings high-school seniors’ fantasies to life by snapping shots of them surrounded by sports memorabilia or emerging from a giant saxophone bell in full prom regalia. For expectant moms and families, on the other hand, they happily return to reality for outdoor photo shoots conducted at a favorite location of the client’s choice.
Family owned and run for more than 30 years, Seright's Ace Hardware blends the inviting ambience of a mom-and-pop store with the selection and expertise of a megatool powerhouse. The 18,000-square-foot Post Falls location sells paint, pet food and sundry services such as chainsaw sharpening and key cutting. An expert staff proffers assistance to customers overwhelmed by the rainbow's audaciously wide spectrum by introducing Benjamin Moore paint technology, which allows for digitally matched colors, creating new surface-adorning hues. Stihl chainsaws, Toro snow blowers, and other appliances fulfill the FDA’s daily power-tool recommendations, and the Post Falls location also offers small-engine repair.
Committed to bringing exciting performances to the Treasure Valley area, Idaho Performing Arts scores a hit with its presentation of Imagine, a popular Beatles tribute band. The members of Imagine have rocked on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, and actually take on the personas of John, Paul, George, Ringo, and Alex, from their Liverpudlian accents to their fab footwear to their conflicted feelings about Yoko. Those who recall the frantic cries of “The mop tops are coming” during the early days of the British invasion will come together over songs including “Hey Jude,” “Help!,” and “Here Comes the Sun.”