Offering professional holiday photo services, WorldWide Photography has trained an army of bushy-tailed Easter Bunnies to fill your children and childlike androids with seasonal cheer. Children can pose with the gregarious costumed egg-bringer who gives fluff-filled hugs and reassurances that he or she is not filled with nougat. While tots smile and reassess their understanding of rabbit anatomy and size, professional photographers snap digital shots for lasting memories. Parents of stunning subjects will also receive a $20 coupon to MyAlbumPics.com and a $10 gift card to MyMagicalPics.com.
At Heroic Photography's studio, clients pose for tastefully staged boudoir photo shoots. For other types of shoots, two photographers haul their gear to each of Heroic Photography's on-location photo shoots. This extra set of eyeballs and extra lens ensures that the best angles are captured at weddings and senior and family portrait sessions, and it can help capture a mix of formal and intimate moments. In addition to traditional prints, the shots produced by Heroic Photography can be consumed via private online galleries and hand-designed photo books.
After years floating between jobs in a search for fulfillment, Terry Scroggins discovered his passion for photography in 1984 while shooting football games with a loaned professional camera and a single flash. As he expanded his skills to include subtly lit indoor portraits, he began traveling throughout the region and later the country to snap subjects from ball teams to bands, prom-goers, and beauty queens. A skilled communicator, Terry could deftly organize teams of athletes into position for group portraits, even when he and they had no languages in common—an issue that almost caused difficulties during the fast-pitch softball Women's World Championship, in which 27 countries were represented.
After years on the road, Terry eventually settled down to restructure his business to accommodate emerging digital methods. Today his portrait studio hosts carefully posed photo shoots and classes in everything from lighting strategies to photoshopping a unicorn horn onto the family dog.
The talent behind the lens, Melissa Rubio, hopes that her photographs will help memorable moments live on for generations. She leaves the studio behind for photo shoots, instead opting to take pictures at a client’s house, favorite garden, or bus stop. Melissa specializes in capturing newborns and children at their sweetest moments as well as gathering families together for group portraits.
Elizabeth Ann Photography's professional shutterbug Julie Elizabeth Scarpace captures the best side of high-school seniors in natural outdoor settings. Twelfth-grade muses are encouraged to bring along props or outfits and can choose any outdoor setting, such as a park, football field, or interstate rest stop. Julie will snap photos for an hour, aiming to illustrate each senior's personality through natural smiles and expressions. Once complete, the cream of the photo crop will be converted into one 8”x10” print, two 5”x7” prints, and 16 wallet-sized prints, as well as an online slideshow and password-protected gallery of 35–50 proofs.