Mary Soler's photographic style calls to mind the glowing, gently washed-out appearance of snapshots from the 1960s. Rather than blinding her subjects with a flashbulb, she collaborates with the sun to capture soft light as it pours across on-location shoots. Through Evie & Jr. Photography, Mary arranges photo shoots with clients to commemorate occasions and milestones. She often integrates props that accentuate the personalities of her subjects, and she firmly believes in laughing with her clients to create genuine smiles without attracting cross maitre d’s worried that someone needs cheese.
Andrea Bucheli has been legally shooting people for years, with particular experience in event photography. Your package consists of a one-hour photo shoot with up to five others at the location of your choice, with as many poses as your poseur mind can postulate (a $75 value). If you're uncertain of which of your sides is most flattering, either ask each side if you look like you've been working out, or ask the photographer for her expert input.
Just like its celestial name suggests, Jupiter’s Photography is always in orbit: the mobile studio will come to the location of your choosing for a photo shoot. Once on the scene, Jupiter’s experienced, friendly, and patient photographers will set up all the required equipment and props for your portrait. Afterwards, photos will be uploaded and edited to an online album that’s private and password protected.
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Dennis Jones uses his photographic talents to capture the ineffable, striving to take photographs that are as unique as the people in them. To that end, he lets his clients choose the shoot location that best represents them, whether it’s at home, by a tranquil creek, or inside an enlarged replica of a kangaroo’s pouch. He and his crew specialize in portrait and wedding photography, which they offer in packages that include prints, digital images, and the sitting fee.
A former student of runway model Amber Collins, Zong Yang learned the ins and out of the trade in front of the lens. She uses that experience to coach clients and make them feel comfortable while she works behind the lens during shoots. Those shoots include classy and seductive fashion and boudoir sessions that enable clients to express themselves and build confidence, as well as lifestyle shoots such as portrait sessions for families.
While some kids flip through photo albums to see the past, all Moshgan could see was the future. It was from perusing her parents' pictures that she knew someday she wanted to be a photographer. Today, Moshgan takes a photojournalistic approach to snapping portraits and candids, which she then edits with an artist's attention to detail.