Angie of Atv Art always has been in tune with her creative side. Ever since she was a kid, she was involved in art and music. Today, she majors in fine arts and puts her trained eye to work behind the camera. During portrait and special-event photography sessions, she captures fleeting but meaningful moments. For events such as weddings and bridal showers, she consults with clients; offers advice on clothing, theme, and location; and customizes shoots to each client’s specific needs.
The photographers at Varona Photography Studio strive to capture clients in their most glamorous state. To this end, hair and makeup artists collaborate with clients to create flattering looks for memorable headshots or alluring boudoir shoots. The shutterbugs specialize in documenting defining moments such as weddings, quinceañera and sweet-sixteen parties, and high-school graduations. They can also highlight a family’s love or a child’s love of macaroni in regular portrait sessions.
We provide a complete high class, exclusive service of publicity production directed to companies, products, artists, models, new talents and anyone who wishes to create a new image or improve their existing one. A full production takes place for every single project, no matter how big or small.
Jady's high-quality images bridge the gap between an original portrait painted by a Renaissance master and a plain old picture. The team of talented photographers aims to establish a personal connection with subjects in order to provide an enjoyable experience and images that capture your exact spirit without stealing your soul from your body. The boutique company works with a smaller number of clients, working to tell a story through the optic magic of lenses and mirrors.
Led by well-traveled shutterbug Marguerite Beaty, Crea8fotos' staff instructs owners of DSLR cameras how to professionally operate their equipment. During Introduction to Digital Photography I, Marguerite reveals how camera settings can manipulate light quality and image sharpness and trains students to control focus, particularly in the event of a photo bomb by sasquatch. After studying the camera's various knobs and switches, students compose and frame shots to produce their own eye-catching photos.