The photogs behind Premierbooth spice up celebrations and social gatherings with an expansive, wheelchair accessible photo booth that can house up to 20 partygoers. The booth’s SLR digital camera captures high-resolution images, which promptly spit out of its companion and occasional nemesis, a lab-quality photo printer. Much of the booth is customizable for the host and their guests—from photo layouts and booth-size to silly props and an HD display that allows you to see yourself while you pose.
The shutterbugs at LakeView Photography have a knack for capturing fleeting moments of genuine pathos. Whether shooting during an irreverent trash-the-dress session, capturing the quizzical look of an infant not altogether certain about her canine companion, or a framing a heartwarming family-portrait vignette, the staff’s ability to draw out moods and emotions comes in handy. The studio’s specialty is wedding and family and senior-portrait photography, and its portfolio is filled with a mix of poignant black-and-white photos and highly saturated color photos as vibrant as a freshly waxed rainbow.
By combining a comprehensive grasp of composition and lighting with a striking visual style, photographer Anthony Winters captures the essence of his clients’ beauty in black-and-white and color portraits. With experience in the haute couture, beauty, commercial, and sports and entertainment industries, Winters has mastered a variety of photographic approaches and can combine those styles for glamorous shots of football players modeling new jerseys.
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.
Judith Farber owes her style of documentary photography, in part, to her first workshop in the 1970s with Ansel Adams and Yousuf Karsh. Instead of lugging around one of the massive 8”x10” view camera, she decided that she'd rather capture candid, behind-the-scenes images of the masters as they taught the class. Farber then began working as a photojournalist, seeing her photos credited in newspapers, magazines, and books all over the world. After traveling the globe for airlines and travel bureaus and cofounding the educational, member-based website Photoworkshop.com, Farber went on to teach composition to Tibetan children in Dharamsala, Chinese school kids, and New Yorkers—via her most recent teaching endeavor, Sundays In New York.
Farber teaches her students to share her love of street photography, showing them how to find the light and moments of energy that elevate snapshots into art. She shares instructor duties with Italian photojournalist and fashion photographer Lorenzo Fariello, whose Adobe Photoshop skills and expertise in nighttime photography allow him to edit a believable ghost into any dark hallway.
The photographers at Time and Moment aim to celebrate each client's personality in every shot, creating expressive and artful photos. Equally at ease with taking striking creative approaches or framing more traditional photos, the staffers at Time and Moment take into account clients' ideas and collaborate with them to find the most unique approach for each photo.