Boats skimming the surface of Lake Tahoe. A dog sitting regally in a hot pink lawn chair. Kerry, the versatile photographer behind Urban Lights Photography, has captured the beauty of both of these scenes with his camera. His portfolio is even more diverse than these shots might suggest, though. He has shot everything from traditional portraits of families and children to images of a Lamborghini parked beside Miami palm trees, trying in vain to make people forget about its owner's horrible personality.
Portrait photographer Christina Lundeen strives to capture each subject's unique essence through quirky and creative portrait images done in color as well as traditional black and white. The decade Christina spent as a Big Apple resident sparked her passion for photography, inspiring and shaping her artistic vision and honing her talent for infusing photos with a particular energy, mood, or Statue of Liberty photo bomb. Christina continued to sharpen her technical skills during a year-long trip around the world in 2007, and now snaps subjects of all ages on-location or from the comfort of her Kansas City studio.
After receiving her degree in photography and graphic design, Kelly Powell traveled the world in search of frank, heartfelt images—a journey that took her from historic Italian villages to the war-torn plains of Africa. The owner and head photographer of Elements Studio Photography channels these experiences into her camera work, which blends candid shots with traditional portraits and oversized thought bubbles to convey the true emotions of the day. She and fellow shutterbug Rainey Rinaldi specialize in boudoir, portrait, and event photography, with a particular passion for unconventional weddings.
Emily of Creative Enterprises masters a range of art forms, from photography and graphic design to music and marketing. She specializes in photo sessions for weddings, couples, kids, and commercial ventures, imbuing each with crisp compositions through her fine art approach to photography. Through graphic design she can craft business cards, letterheads, and yard signs, and her marketing skills extend to maintaining company blogs and social media. Website designing, branding, and print marketing are also within her realm of expertise.
The first photograph taken at DeCloud Studios was in 1928, and the studio has since become highly versatile ? their team of photographers can capture high school seniors, children, families, wedding parties, or virtually any group that hasn't developed an allergy to smiling. Sessions aren't bound to a single location, either. Groups can pose within multiple studio rooms, or travel to outdoor locations such as Loose Park and West Bottoms. Once at the chosen area, the photographers might set up poses or simply let natural moments unfold, putting their subjects at ease and encouraging them to play with props . Afterwards, DeCloud Studios' staff can retouch images, frame them, or transform them into keepsakes such as cards and coffee table books.