Photography in Loring Park


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Celebrate Your Sexy's squad of award-winning photographers, digital artists, and production coordinators capture sultry moments in time. During in-studio shoots and on-the-road excursions to multiple US cities, the team attractively frames and retouches sultry poses struck by lingerie-clad female clientele. Their online viewing system gathers each photograph so patrons can determine which shots best befit permanent prints and digital images. Shoots render various visual keepsakes such as photo albums, calendars, and portfolios.
901 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis,
MN
US
The Photo Booth Group bolsters bashes by delivering and setting up photo booths that fit up to 16 hard-partying subjects. Their open-air style booths?not enclosed by curtains?allow for larger group shots than traditional enclosed booths. Packages come with props, digital files, and unlimited prints that only take 20 seconds to print out, along with an on-site attendant.
100 W Franklin Ave
Minneapolis,
MN
US
Before he could enroll in his first middle school class, Jim Hilgedick already had a portfolio of his own pictures. At the age of 9, Jim began teaching himself film development and printing, and before long, he was documenting graduations, school events, and vacations. His enlistment into the Army in 1985 initiated a 19-year hiatus from photography, which finally ended when he founded JH Portrait Design. Inspired by the inextinguishable passion he had for photography in his youth, the award-winning photographer specializes in portraits of high school seniors. Jim snaps artful pictures of students in his studio or at locations meaningful to them, from their favorite park in town to their favorite hiding place for their lunch money. After each session, he retouches images to remedy any blemishes or dark circles, and arranges prints into products such as wall portraits, folios, and books.
100 West Franklin Avenue
Minneapolis,
MN
US
Studio 220's style is modern and crisp. The photographers are masters of lighting, composition, and digital retouching, and their images meet fine-art standards and look as if they've come out of a magazine. Their 30 years of combined experience and the quality of their craftsmanship is paralleled by their commitment to the families and couples in their pictures. While capturing the emotions of fleeting moments, they strive to build relationships with all clients so that they can be there to photograph and preserve treasured memories for years to come. Fun is always part of their process, too. Keeping things lively and loose allows clients to express themselves?parents get babies to giggle, families huddle close, and brothers and sisters goof around. Sessions can include props such as stuffed animals or even a cake for kids to smash. The photographers also cover weddings, but with an unobtrusive photojournalistic style. During the big day, leads and assistants are careful to capture that first marital kiss and that first dance without cutting in and dousing the couple with a cooler of Gatorade.
1624 Harmon Place
Minneapolis,
MN
US
Helmed by 25-year art industry veteran Greg Hennes, Hennes Art Company enriches artwork with expertise and fine framing materials. Protect photo-captured memories of special occasions with a selection from the 8”x10” mouldings ($89) and ready-made frames ($29+), or enshrine a 16”x20” poster or print with custom matting and framing services using Hennes’ in-stock mouldings ($139). Hennes Art Company also features an expansive gallery with hundreds of framed and unframed original works of art, with several idea options for decorating the dining room or bringing a little color to the car hood.
1607 Hennepin Ave
Minneapolis,
MN
US
Okello Dunkley designs his workshops for students who have just bought or are thinking of buying a DLSR camera but are mystified by its myriad gadgets and gizmos. The accessible nature of these classes has helped Dunkley spread them into nearly a dozen locations across the Midwest and east coast, where students as young as 12 learn how to take a digital camera off automatic mode and manually manipulate ISO light sensors and aperture openings. More advanced classes delve into working with difficult light?such as cloudy weather or days when the sun is set on strobe light?and others explore how to navigate computer software for photo manipulation.
35 South 7th Street
Minneapolis,
MN
US
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