Antoine LaFramboise spends hours behind the camera, but that doesn’t mean he’s a photographer. On his website he proudly proclaims he is a “poet first,” though he seamlessly walks the line between artistic mediums. He often pens poems to accompany his candid black-and-white and softly colored images, and his creativity also spills onto short, dreamy videos set to music. His diversity of mediums mirrors his diversity of artistic subjects; he is just as at home helming fashion shoots as he is putting a fresh spin on real-estate photography, an end he achieves without installing Santa Clauses in every chimney. Weddings inspire some of LaFramboise’s finest work, as he eschews forced poses in favor of photojournalistic shots of a couple’s embrace and dynamic videos that capture the festivities’ joyful music and laughter.
Louisville native Jolea Brown earned her Bachelor's in photography at the University of Louisville, all while interning for Louisville Magazine. It's safe to say she knows her town, and can pick the perfect local backdrop for any family portrait shoot. She travels from spot to spot, immortalizing parents at play with their kids or a bride's big day. She also captures images in her studio, both for private and commercial clients, such as NBC, the American Lung Association, and the Kentucky Derby Museum.
The technicians at Copy Cat Video preserve and enhance recorded memories with duplication, editing, and video-transferring services. These digital experts reincarnate outdated and foreign-film formats, such as PAL and Smell-O-Vision, into modern DVDs to preserve outdated wedding videos, and home movies. Nimble fingers can also clean and splice feet of 8mm film and then transfer it to more user-friendly DVD, as well as bring still photographs to life with video slideshows.
Multitalented photographer and actress Joy Bauer began her photography career taking pictures for magazines and commercial businesses. Today, more than 15 years later, her accumulated experience in the field influences her work during stylized boudoir and fashion photo shoots.
Renting a Magbooth doesn't mean some guy in an unmarked van will drop off a hulking piece of machine with little more than a how-dee-do. Instead, a full-time attendant will be on duty for the duration of the event, ensuring proper booth function and strong-arming guests into having a good time. The attendant also brings props and accessories that turn the mini photo sessions into retro fests featuring pirates, kitschy vinyl album covers, and more. Every rental includes unlimited prints, which means guests can get in the booth as many times as they want and take home hundreds of matte 4x6 printouts for unlimited Facebook tagging and darts practice. All of the images will be hosted online for guests to see, download, and order prints.
The monthly issues of Louisville Magazine help residents of the Derby City plan their next night on the town, explore different neighborhoods, and pick up tips for personal style and home decor. Articles offer valuable insights about the readers' hometown, from profiles on Louisville architecture and culture to a monthly calendar of events. Full-color photos bring stories about local people to life, and extensive coverage of the restaurant scene helps readers discover previously unknown variations on brunch.