Cynthia McIntyre understands the needs of a busy professional with little time to drive to a studio and wait to have his/her professional headshot taken. Cynthia will bring her portable portrait studio to your office or location of your choice to create studio quality headshots for your use in print, websites, emails, etc
For more than 17 years, the photographers at Fashion Shots have devoted every inch of their 3,500-square-foot studio, to letting ladies feel sexy and confident, with a theater viewing room complete with red carpet, and a makeup and dressing room area. During boudoir and glamour shoots, women strike sultry poses with female photographers under artfully arranged lighting, rotating through different outfits and getting primped by onsite hairstylists and makeup artists. Afterward, the team retouches shots to erase any blemishes or photo-bombing ghosts.
Photographer Kat Kelly says she wants to help each of her subjects feel classy, confident, and as she describes it, like "a bond girl." Thus, she's dubbed her on-location photography endeavor Glam Photos 007. She helps women of all ages and shapes bring out their femme-fatale side through boudoir, glam, and fine-art photo shoots held at locations ranging from elegantly appointed rooms to fences surrounding the lair of an international crime syndicate. Kat wields a digital camera for her photo shoots and works with each client to achieve the most flattering angles and poses. Kat also provides makeup and hairstyling, which can lend faces an added air of mystery.
Kelly and Kathy's friendship first began in high school, staying strong throughout their college years in Virginia and an eventual move back to Connecticut. Kelly's passion for photography led her to establish her own studio, and Kathy's business and education degrees directed her to teaching—though she never gave up on her childhood dream of becoming an artist. With Simply K Studios, the duo finally combined their respective experiences and industry savvy into a lifestyle photography venture, documenting weddings, senior portraits, infants, and families.
The shutterbug pair tries to capture each client's one-of-a-kind character during sessions, which typically travel to a nearby location or homecoming game reenactment of personal significance. Their prints, digital slideshows, and packages make for prime scrapbooking fodder as they transfer memories to tangible forms.
Cheyney Barrieau Photography's namesake brings years of experience behind and in front of the camera to create artistic images of people, places, and things. Subjects can choose to be snapped at Cheyney’s studio or at a location of their choice, such as an enchanting park or a linen closet ($35 travel fee to locations beyond 20 miles of studio). Voluntary paparazzi treatment is laid upon babies, high-school seniors, engaged couples, headshot hunters, and Pacific Northwestern man-apes. Cheyney will shoot up to 100 exposures to capture the perfect image for a lifetime of self-admiration and dispenses a CD of all the shoot's usable images, an 8"x10" to stuff into film producers’ hands, and a $10 print credit (prints up to 8"x10" are $10 each; larger sizes are available for an additional fee). For an additional fee, the studio heaps on the glitz and glamour with a hair and makeup professional and a group of amateur Ben Franklin lookalikes at subjects' disposal.
The memory-preserving digitizers at MotoPhoto etch outdated images onto conveniently contemporary media. Three DVD transfers transmit home movies from tangle-prone VHS tapes onto easily storable and Frisbeeable DVDs. Add a mix of music, captions, and voiceovers to transform mundane family films into Oscar-worthy documentaries about childhood soccer games and the gritty politicized underbelly of noncompetitive piano recitals.