TEST of TIME provide custom imagery to commercial and individual clients.
We also present digital photography workshops and photographer tours for adults of all skill levels. In 2010 over 300 people attended on our photography classes and events.
Photographer Jeffrey Dachowski first picked up a camera in high school, and from his credits and credentials, you might think he’d never put it down since. His photos have landed on the pages of Rolling Stone and Woman's World, and his trophy case is lined with nine Kodak Gallery awards and two Fuji Masterpiece awards. Eventually, Jeffrey and his wife, Carolle, planted their own studio on the banks of the Merrimack River, where they teach photography classes in addition to working for commercial, portraiture, and wedding clients. Indoor courses teach Photoshop at beginning and intermediate levels, and the day-long Portrait Safari brings pupils outdoors, where they can capture scenes of majestic puppies in the wild.
Husband-and-wife team Felix and Sara inadvertently started a love affair with photography when they began taking pictures of their children every day to share with family members scattered across the globe. Over the years, this personal project has amassed more than 12,000 images and served as the impetus to found Felix Rust Photographers.
Felix and Sara describe their style as "quirky and un-posed," an aesthetic they create using unusual vantage points and washed-out colors. Flipping through the couple’s portfolio, viewers are treated to heartwarming portraits, including a kissing couple captured in the reflective puddles of a red-brick street. Additionally, Felix and Sara collaborate on boudoir images; Felix snaps shots while Sara draws on her experience as a former model to suggest poses, backgrounds, and clothing options.
Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts bustles with creativity at its three campus locations in Massachusetts, Atlanta, and Washington, DC. Inside the classrooms, seasoned instructors lead hands-on workshops that delve into an array of artistic interests, including filmmaking, photography, animation, graphic design, and audio production. Teachers and students use state-of-the-art tools such as Arri video lighting, Adobe Creative Suite software, and Epson inkjet printers capable of producing counterfeit Disney Dollars.