Edith finds inspiration everywhere she looks, especially in her clients’ faces, emotions, and personalities. During shoots for families, kids, and couples, she fosters an upbeat atmosphere where clients can relax and be photographed at their most natural. With a visual acuity that extends to digital editing and retouching, she’s also able to capture clients in their best light. Besides portraits and headshots, she also applies her photography training and editing skills to weddings and private events.
Former Philadelphia Inquirer and Associated Press photographer and active Getty Images contract photojournalist William Thomas Cain has skills honed during 28 years of picture snapping. His background includes a degree in illustration from Philadelphia's University of the Arts, work for the Associated Press and Getty Images, and experience teaching at Wilmington University. His classes range from intro lessons for those with newly purchased cameras to advanced seminars that cover such advanced concepts as aperture and framing angles.
Lindsy Ray Talent LLC's clients have graced the pages of catalogs, book covers, and the screen. With guidance, the talent coordinating company helps actors, models, and dancers of all ages land gigs. Regular workshops cement performance skills and audition tactics such as smiling widely and not calling the auditioner Colonel Fussy Pants.
Though Orlando expected his trip to Ground Zero to be a meaningful one, it wasn't until afterward that the visit profoundly changed his life. He had snapped some photos of the site, and upon seeing the proofs he was spellbound; their power convinced him to pursue photography professionally. Today he is more likely to be found shooting lovebirds than landmarks, as he mostly channels his passion into capturing weddings. However, the elements of realism that initially inspired Orlando still shape his work; he's been known to catch stolen moments such as a ring bearer scowling as a grownup adjusts his suit buttons, and a bride beaming as she gets a first glimpse of her freshly applied makeup. Like an alarm clock that gives wet willies, his style has not gone unnoticed—Orlando boasts Bride's Choice Awards from WeddingWire for 2010, 2011, and 2012.
The professional photographers at Target Portrait Studios capture paramount moments in premier lighting with high-tech digital cameras and a choice of vivid background images. After clients discuss pose preferences with their portraitist, subjects take the stage for approximately 10 minutes of flashing bulbs, bright smiles, and focused lenses. Clients are welcome to bring props and shadow puppets from home, and after choosing a background, they can further customize each image with one of the studio's props, if desired.
The expert shutterbugs at Jeffrey A Stewart Photography travel throughout the New York City area to capture photos with a fashion-editorial style. Their portfolio includes family portraits, engagement sessions, and weddings. For weddings, the company sends a male and female photographer, so photos reflect the perspective of both the bride and groom.
From the initial planning stages to putting finishing touches on wedding albums, the Eye Glamour Photography team closely collaborates with couples to craft pictures that tell the story of their special day. Clients choose from one of three customizable wedding packages during consultations, before shutterbugs are dispatched to snap unlimited shots at the ceremony and reception. Two weeks later, each photo winds up in an online proof gallery, where patrons can share them with family and friends or order prints. Along with online pictures, wedding packages include a DVD of edited digital negatives and a DVD slideshow of event highlights scored to your favorite song or a mash-up of autotuned sniffles coming from a beloved relative. Eye Glamour Photography also keeps copies of every image for up to three years in case customers need backups.