According to the photographers at Jones Image Design, a successful photo shoot captures not only an image but a unique essence as well. That's why they prefer to hold detailed, in-person consultations at their studio before each session. After designing a wholly customized experience, they may snap candid shots of laughing infants sitting side by side, a family walking near a placid lakeshore, or a high-school senior posing in both casual wear and glamorous attire. They even guarantee that anyone who isn't charmed by the resulting images will receive a refund or new pictures.
In addition to their commercial, family, and senior portraits, Jones Image Design hosts photography classes. These lessons tutor beginners on the basics of working with an SLR camera, from snapping still frames of a model to shouting the specific types of cheese that elicit a bigger grin.
Target Portrait Studios are operated by professional photographers who aim to help you capture special moments. Target's studios can be decorated for most any type of shoot, whether you're celebrating a mom-to-be, a graduation, or an upcoming holiday. Subjects also have the opportunity to choose their own backdrops or props, and they can even bring in their favorite toy or invisible friend. The customization doesn't end with the shoot, though?digital files can be personalized with borders, designs, and quotes and then printed in a variety of sizes.
The Avenue is a full Photography studio specilaizing in newborns, pregnancies, families, seniors, corporate, pets, events, sports and weddings. We are also a full framing store. Our art gallery features Iowa artists. We hold art and photo classes. We also have 30+ photo gifts where you can place your photo or ours on.
Photojeania’s talented shutterbugs preserve memories with on-location and in-studio photography sessions. One-hour sessions (up to a $150 value) focus on children, family, maternity and newborn, and high-school senior portraiture and are performed within 30 miles of Photojeania's studio location, or in the studio itself for shoots that require minimal clothing or elaborate re-creations of Shakespearian death scenes.
Bruce Dodgen of Dodgen Photography snaps meaningful mementos destined to dress walls, wallets, and digital landscapes. Equipped with Nikon and Kodak digital cameras and professional lighting equipment for in-studio and on-location shoots, he captures images of beloved pets, engaged couples, or large family groups. Subjects return to the studio to preview the fruits of their session and select which should be printed and burned to CD or emblazoned permanently in the mind’s eye. After customers view the images, he hands them to his spouse and business partner Paula, who touches up the images with her prodigious Photoshop skills, smoothing out uneven skin and limiting the prominence of relatives’ likenesses to Big Foot.