We are a photography studio and gallery located at 123 E. Main Street, Murfreesboro TN 37130.
Our main services include weddings, portraits, and photography classes and lessons. Our classes meet at our studio, and most of our family portrait sessions are taken on location at our clients' house or at a local park.
Photographer Kelly Copeland has transformed the fleeting smiles of new babies, brides, and families into elegant keepsakes since 1989. During the standard in-studio packages, Copeland arranges subjects against one studio background for 45 minutes, where he documents them romping in their cutest duds or squirming awkwardly in a single, enormous sweater. Clients then review the haul of grins captured during the shoot, choosing their favorites for production as gift prints ($65–$125) or wall prints ($195+). Each session totals 90 minutes in length.
Loveless Fine Photography is a Murfreesboro traditon! We specialize in beautiful, timeless family portraits, children's portraits and one of a kind senior portraits! The professional attention to detail, lighting, posing, portrait artwork and finishing mean that your portraits will be treasued heirlooms for years to come!
Whether reflecting upon her time in the US Marine Corps or her experience as a mother, photographer Rebekah Jean understand the power that memories hold over the people who make them. This knowledge guides her each time she steps behind the lens at The Untitled Photo, where she orchestrates in-studio and on-location photo shoots for families, friends, and wedding parties. Rebekah's portfolio is populated with low-saturation and black-and-white portraits, which are required for decorating tasteful living rooms or replacing Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill.
Photographers Paul and Sheri Bartoszek have a knack for capturing images at exactly the right moment, whether they’re snapping shots of a newly wedded couple slowly waltzing across the dance floor or shooting film of a musician as his fingers fly up and down a guitar amid thousands of screaming fans. No matter if they’re in the Serendipity Studio or the brand-new downtown Nashville studio, the photographers strive to take pictures worthy of placement among their other works, many of which hang in galleries across the United States and Canada. They then develop prints, which can framed or pinned proudly to clothes, and supply clients with high-resolution digital images.
In addition to snapping their own shots, the shutterbugs teach photography classes. Students learn how to operate point-and-shoot and DSLR cameras and how to get the most out of natural or artificial lighting in various indoor and outdoor locations, such as the square in Murfreesboro or a doghouse.
Though he’s worked with juggernauts such as Purina, Animal Planet, and the Discovery Channel, professional shutterbug Don Wright is just as happy to capture images of families, weddings, and historical places. In doing so, he’s able to focus on the storytelling aspect of photography, zooming the lens in on the sweet glances during a married couple’s first dance or using a time-lapse technique to make clusters of stars in the night sky appear to be moving around in circles in an effort to catch each other. To glean a sense of the rich composition of Don’s work, one might look at a cityscape photo of Nashville on his website—red-brick buildings in the foreground contrast with a deep-blue sky, together popping with the electric vividness of police lights.