With more than 25 years of portrait-, event-, and landscape-photography experience, Dale Power works with his subjects to capture one-of-a-kind memories. His studio welcomes subjects with relaxed vibes and professional flair, providing four main backdrop sets from which to choose. Cheese sayers have total freedom to select the backdrop that suits their artistic proclivities, including scenery such as "the pond" and "the treehouse" as well as domestic settings such as "grandma's house" and "the white door." Power and his posing patrons can also flit away to scenic locations within the St. John's, Goulds, or Mount Pearl areas to have the professional lens pointer snag precious moments in a location of their choosing. After pose-a-thons, models can select their desired portraits on a Power Photography computer, ultimately gaining professionally finished, frame-ready prints. For more personalized shoots, Power joins lovebirds in locations of their choosing during wedding-day shoots. He ensures relaxing sessions by guaranteeing a rescheduling in the event of rain and Photoshop skills capable of editing out lurking Bigfoots.
As the clicking shutter brings fleeting darkness to the lens of his high-resolution Hasselblad H4D-40 camera, Robert Young's memory stirs up snapshot recollections of his father's darkroom in the mid-1960s. As a born-and-raised shutterbug, Robert eagerly transitioned from the domestic darkroom of his youth to the infinite possibilities of the digital realm. Working with his wife Lynn, Robert harnesses decades of photographic experience to thoughtfully compose Celebrity Photo Studio's striking, colourful images while continuously pushing boundaries with new technology and lighting methods. Though Robert's keen artistic eye has allowed him to soar over picturesque coastlines and dive deep into underground mines to photograph hard-hatted workmen and mole-people family reunions, he also enjoys capturing ineffable moments at weddings, childhood milestones, and family gatherings.
When Stacey Kearsey was 7, her dad gave her her first camera. His gift not only helped her amuse herself during playtime, but transformed her into a lifelong photographer. Today, Stacey runs Klik Photography's fully equipped studio, venturing outside to take advantage of natural light during on-location sessions. Her shoots range from portraits of newly engaged couples and delighted newborns to snapshots of pets, overjoyed at the prospect of chewing on the camera later.