Shelley Miller Photography at The Studio conjures up beautiful, artistic portraits of clients within a professional studio space. With today’s deal each photo shoot, lasting up to one hour, will take place at The Studio in the Valley, a fully equipped picture palace ideal for staging the perfect family portrait or poignant memento of a beloved moustache. On a second visit after shoots, photos are projected onto the wall, allowing photographees to pick and choose their favorite shots. Customers can tote along an image of the space in which they plan to hang the picture and view the portrait in the context of its future home, helping them to get an idea of how it will look hanging in a cozy living room or as-yet-impersonal panic room. All photos are compiled into a digital slideshow for easy online viewing. Sessions can be upgraded to an on-site shoot for an additional $100.
Erika Wilson, owner of The W Photography, specializes in capturing family milestones. Her portfolio is filled with photos of sleeping newborns, smiling newlyweds, and collages of couples and friends at prom On the editing floor, Wilson's photography receives a lift from her background in graphic design and Photoshop.
The eponymous Ellie Asemani, photographer of Ellie Photo, works with makeup artists and fashion designers to create memorable photo shoots and portraits for her clients. She snaps shots for models, families, or commercial purposes as well as events such as weddings, capturing moments in her studio or at outdoor locations.
Before looking through the camera lens, the expert photographers at Picture People spend time getting to know their subjects and establishing a strategy for conveying their personalities in print. Then, film-ready clients pose in the bright camera room, airing teeth amid colorful backdrops and creative props. Following snapshots, subjects make their way to the selection station to choose their favorite poses from their session, which may be treated with sepia tones, color accents, and decorative borders to suit any wall, wallet, wallpaper pattern, or trophy walleye.
Picture People offers a variety of creative tips to help enhance mantel-dominating final results. The studio ensures satisfaction with a 100% guarantee on finished products.
Butch Bernstein gave up the corporate world to follow his passion for photography, opening IMB Images Photography in 2007. During sessions, Butch strives to capture his subjects’ natural essence and eschews stiff, traditional composition for more lighthearted posing. His portfolio showcases this easy-going bent with outdoor shots of kids in the grass, in-studio family portraiture, and mini-box sessions that squeeze subjects into white cubes to produce a collage of unique images that fit nicely on any mantelpiece or highway billboard.
Before Irene Abdou became a full-time professional shutterbug, she labored for humanitarian causes and non-profits in Africa and Asia. She pours her experience with the gritty realities of life into each image she captures, imbuing them with sophisticated photojournalistic qualities that speak to both activists and art aficionados. Her work has been honored and published by organizations such as the World Health Organization, UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund), the Global Health Council, the National Parks Conservation Association, and Traveller Magazine. Irene was named a selected artist at the 2008 Chelsea International Fine Art Competition, which was sponsored by Agora Gallery New York. To continue her work as a travel photographer, she received a grant from the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County. In an effort to stay true to her philanthropic roots, Irene donates to Operation Smile—a charity that provides volunteer surgeries to children suffering from facial deformities in developing countries.
In addition to these accolades and pursuits, Irene has also been acknowledged for her ability to document personal milestones. She won Wedding Wire's Bride's Choice Award in 2011 and 2012. Besides the knot-tying ceremonies, her portfolio chronicles each point around the circle of life, from the birth of a new child to baptisms, mitzvahs, engagements, and anniversaries. To help consumers discern between photogs and fauxtogs, she offers a guide to choosing a photographer entitled The 5 Fundamental Concepts, which answers important questions such as "What can I do if my photographer turns out to be a scarecrow?"