Brett Charles Rose has a sharp eye for framing high-quality photos, which has gotten his shutter-shots published in several magazines. During a 30-minute photo shoot, he’ll focus his soul-stealer on your family and harvest several prints primed for your mantel, wallet, or end table (up to a $375 value). Rose's savvy expertise will imbue each image with a magazine's glossy sheen, but he’ll also tailor each session to your preferences—whether you seek an atmosphere of candid spontaneity or just want to capture a moment where Dad isn't vociferously shouting at a nearby postman. Color correction and light touch-ups afterward can tweak imperfect lighting or remove dark looks. After the shoot and editing are complete, photographees can review an online gallery and choose one 8"x10" enlargement (a $24.95 value), two 5"x7" prints (a $31.90 value), and eight wallet prints of the same pose to take all-important memories on the go (a $24.95 value).
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The talented photographers at Aquario Studio artfully capture treasured memories in the cozy confines of the beautiful, naturally lit Point Loma studio. During a 45-minute, in-studio session, models can feel free to test out newly trademarked poses or simply allow the professional shutterbugs to pose brand-new babies, graduating high-school seniors, or favorite four-legged friends. After shoots, clients return to the studio about 10 days later for a private viewing premier, in which they can select the most glamorous image and use the included discount to have it framed, canvas-wrapped, or sent to the DMV via carrier pigeon.
The Boudoir Divas want to make the "ultimate supermodel experience" accessible to every woman, and the website's testimonial page offers happily tearful proof of that mission's success. For example, client Susan wanted to shed her everyday style for a day of flashbulbs and glamour. She starts her anecdote by describing the consultation she had in the jazzy, girly dressing room, and finishes her story by confessing that when she saw her prints, she cried. Susan described the experience as life-changing, saying, "it was just one of the most amazing experiences of my life. Second to my wedding."
Creating these unforgettable experiences is an all-female staff of photographers, makeup artists, and image editors, who run a 4,500-square-foot studio that houses a dressing room, more than 16 sets, and an area to review subjects' proofs. Spangled with vanity lights, the crimson dressing room is lined with a wall of shoes, and opposite, a wardrobe rack is strewn with leopard print, tulle, fringe, and lace, offering a variety of mix-and-match outfit choices. Numerous packages are available, and the Divas' portfolio is divided into Romantic, Supermodel Sassy, Fine Art, and Simply Beautiful categories.