Harlem local Jean Andre Antoine’s passion for videography led him to explore the world of photography, where he brings his eye for movement and cinematography to photo shoots to capture capturing memorable family moments, individual portraits, and elegant boudoir scenes. Each shoot demands Antoine’s full attention as he seeks to put clients at ease, ensuring every session’s images reflect a natural, genuine version of their subjects regardless of the setting, style, or purpose of the shoot. Antoine consults with clients about attire and any concerns they have before the shoot, and encourages subjects to plan ahead for sessions by checking over his list to arrive better prepared than a bomb shelter stocked with 10 years’ worth of Chef Boyardee. Antoine also applies his knowledge of digital retouching to spruce up raw images before handing them over as traditional prints or safely stamped on a CD
Jaquis Saylor began his career in fashion by designing his own line, Green Grape Clothing. But soon photographing models piqued his creativity more than dressing them. So he ditched his sewing kit for a camera and taught himself the ins and outs of photography. At Green Grape Photography, Jaquis's runway and editorial experience led to his specialty: building the portfolios of up-and-coming models with sessions that include makeup, up to four looks, and high-resolution images. In addition to fashion shoots, he snaps photos for glamour and pinup sessions, as well as events and family portraits.
No job is too big or too small for the professionals at A to Z Printing & Promotions. They accept digital files for full-color printing services, with designs emblazoned on business cards, wedding invitations, and vehicle wraps. They also work closely with clients to make businesses shine—whether through website designs, logos, or corporate identities. All printing orders are fulfilled with the highest-quality materials and backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Lifetouch Inc. became the world’s largest employee-owned photography company one portrait at a time.
Today, Lifetouch and its subsidiaries serve the photographic needs of people of all ages. Lifetouch truly is “memories for a lifetime.”
Martha Sobanko never planned to become a professional photographer. Rather, she caught the photo bug when she was pregnant with her first child. She seized her camera and began documenting her friends' newborns in preparation for her own. Once she realized that this was more than a simple hobby—that she had a knack for infant photography—she opened her own studio. Here she relies on the gentle nature and skillful composition she uses when snapping pictures of her own children and those of her friends to capture those same timeless moments for her clients.
Though his experiences have included two stints in the army, graduate school in behavioral neuroscience, and a doctorate degree in computer science, photography has remained at Johnny Sandaire's core. A former staff photographer for his native Haiti's tourism department, he still draws inspiration from his travels; Johnny has snapped landscape, architectural, and still-life images everywhere from Poland to Brazil. He applies that same eye for detail to portrait sessions, during which his combination of candid and posed images have captured color and black-and-white pictures families, newborns, and stars such as Jim Carrey.