The bed sheets ruffle as photographer Erica Tait directs a new pose and ducks behind her camera. The "between the sheets" shot is popular among her boudoir and bedbug clientele, as it exposes the shoulders and leaves the rest to the imagination. This tasteful and intimate exhibition embodies Tait's work at TAIT Photography.
Her mix of black-and-white, sepia, and more-vibrant images stamps a contemporary style on both her signature boudoir photography and her wedding photography. Her passion for empowering women inspired the Boudoir for the Cure event, where 100% of the proceeds are donated to breast-cancer research.
If motoBooth's photo gallery proves one thing, it's that party guests take memorable pictures whenever they encounter a photo booth. The company's compact, transportable booths, which are constructed and operated by trained attendants, coax goofy faces, heart-melting smiles, and happy accidents from those in front of the lens. In order to safeguard these memories for hosts, every event’s photos are collected and placed inside personalized scrapbooks—much like the shattered remnants of your very first broken dish.
Rebekah Brunson shoots outdoors, utilizing the sun’s rays and nature’s backdrops to develop dramatic, colorful images. She captures vivid emotions in natural-world settings during portrait sessions for kids, families, and high school seniors. Her subjects also include couples, moms-to-be, and pets. With photojournalistic skills, she covers large events, as well, such as dance recitals and weddings.
Pink Photography's resident camera clicker Jennie Wood effortlessly alters her photography style as she transitions between weddings, maternity shoots, and boudoir sessions. She infuses each client's personality into every shot, whether composing portraits in the studio or traveling to vibrant locations such as parks or crayon factories. Jennie also uploads all photos to an online gallery and lets customers keep their low-resolution digital images.
At Caston Studio, three generations of photographers have captured dozens of timeless moments, from parents cuddling their newborns to brides and grooms sharing a stolen kiss. Working on location or within the studio's five different sitting rooms, they snap images of families, business professionals, or graduating seniors or travel to homes to immortalize pets before they leave for college themselves. All told, each photo shoot includes about 50–60 different poses, which the studio then turns into quality prints and canvas photos.
Timeless. When you look at Anthony Rumley's photography, it's easy to see that his portraits will stand the test of time. Soft shadows and delicate angles permeate his work, engaging the viewer while showing his subjects in a flattering light. Having invested years working behind the camera as a Master Photographer, Anthony knows how to create portraits of just about anyone—and has the awards and professional recognition to back it up. With such accolades, everyone from high-school seniors to families with small children seek out his talents and eye for detail to capture their unique and precious moments.
The high ceilings and airy lighting of Wolfgang Jasper's studio and gallery create a welcoming atmosphere that stands in beguiling contrast to the hypnotic intimacy of his photographs. Extreme close-ups of budding flowers, melancholy studies of trees, and sepia-tinged portraits of empty Richmond streets showcase the distinctive beauty of each photo’s subject, turning everyday objects into works of art. More than 40 years of experience and a master of fine arts bolster Jasper’s ability to create unique images for any circumstance, whether they are artistic works or family portraits. Commissioned pieces or Jasper's independent work can be mounted and framed, giving customers original artwork they can proudly hang on their wall or on their neighbor’s wall while housesitting.