Krystal Hague captures candid and realistic expressions in her photos, which emphasize outdoor locations and natural light. She captures photos of subjects such as newborns, couples, families, and high-school seniors in addition to events such as weddings.
Brooks Institute of Photography attendee Kevin Keith, alongside of his wife Ashley, has chalked up more than seven years of wedding and lifestyle photography experience. With subjects dressed their best in wedding frocks and dapper tuxedos, the husband-and-wife team captures every moment of the momentous occasion, from their first glances at each other before the ceremony to the tail of the limousine as it drives away from the reception.
Candid moments like these are the singnature of Kevin Keith Photography, where Kevin and Ashley work together on wedding and engagement photo shoots, along with portraits and lifestyle photography. In addition to directing poses and snapping photos, Kevin and his wife have been imparting their wisdom to aspiring photographers for more than five years by sharing tips and techniques during private lessons and group photography workshops. And for those who prefer to take photographic matters into their own hands, Kevin Keith Photography also rents out a LIGHTBOX photo booth for events and parties.
Boudoir, Maternity, Glamour, Individual, Group, Newborn, and Art photography are our specialties. We cater to discriminating clients who accept only the highest quality portraits that reflect their vision and personality at a reasonable price. Studio and on-location sessions are available & tailored to your vision!
Kay Martinez of MatsuFoto Photography specializes in photographs illuminated with natural light. Though her favorite subjects are pets—a preference she exercises by volunteering and taking photos for the Humane Society—she gladly snaps on-location pictures that focus on people and businesses.
Donning Viking hats and oversize sunglasses, partygoers charge into the spacious confines of Booth Crazy's modern photo booths, which eschew the trappings and restrictions of retro nostalgia. Up to 10 prop-clad guests pile in front of the camera at once, making the booths ideal for capturing memories of extended families or duels between two classical quintets. A friendly photographic host sets up and maintains the booth throughout each event, helping attendees compose and create 4"x6" prints or 2"x6" strips, which can be emblazoned with custom designs. Cameras snap unlimited pictures, with their collected images uploaded to the Internet and flash drives for later perusal, printing, and sharing.