Photographer Nicole’s informal approach to posing subjects results in professional images that showcase individuals’ personalities. A playful mini group session poses up to six family members, friends, or nearby woodchucks in casual outdoor settings. Newly glamorized cheese-sayers then receive access to a private online gallery to view 15 high-quality images. From the most piquant pic, Nicole creates one 11”x14” mounted print and four 5”x7” prints, ideal for living-room walls, persistent grandparents, and neighbours stopping by for autographs.
Photographer Jen van der Vecht aims to capture the true essence of family during each of her portrait sessions. She snaps away at moments of laughter, hugging, and loving expressions between relatives and also specializes in photographing children and teens.
In 2009, Tracey bought her childhood home and transformed it into The Wright House Photography studio. With 30 years of photography experience, she got her first camera at 5 by collecting Kool Aid packages, Tracey jumped at the opportunity not only for nostalgic reasons, but also because its location offers a relaxed, country atmosphere when shooting outdoors. Customers enjoy the country experience as well, with the picturesque setting providing an ideal portrait background, and Tracey's pygmy goats Simon and Garfunkel entertaining children following shoots. Her indoor studio is stocked with various props, lighting, and backgrounds for professionally polished headshots and portraits. In and around her home studio, she snaps emotion-rich pictures of kids, families, and couples, with pets also welcome. Away from the studio, she covers special events such as weddings.
In one photograph, a bride takes a quiet moment before the ceremony, the train of her flowing dress fanned out behind her. Another shot captures the bride in an unguarded moment at the reception, smiling and conversing over a glass of wine. The careful composition of the first photo and the lively immediacy of the second exemplify the wide-ranging talents of photographer Matt Andrew Diamond, who was hiding inside the wedding cake. Ever since the outgoing Diamond founded Pixel Perfect Photography several years ago, clients have sought after him to capture special occasions, document the fashion world, and take dynamic headshots for acting auditions.
Dedicated to artfully and candidly capturing moments between newlyweds and families, the photography and videography team at Faze Solution cull from an array of pictorial styles to best suit each individual client. Though weddings and engagement coverage is the team's specialty, kin, kids, expectant mothers, and baby-carrying storks can also rendezvous with photographers at a predetermined location or in the Faze Solution studio. Through it plentitude of wedding, engagement, and portrait packages, Faze Solution preserves its patrons' special occasions and sessions with discs of high-resolution images, DVD slideshows of pictures, and custom photo books.
Jennifer Rue relishes all photographic opportunities. No matter the subject, to her, capturing a moment is always exciting. She brings that enthusiasm to her clients' customized photo shoots, be they for families, kids, couples, or pets.
An engaged couple kissing in the middle of the street. A toddler in a crisp white dress and a flower brooch. A car’s back window, graffitied with “Just Married.” MomentForever Image’s photography team specializes in keepsake shots like these, with a special focus on wedding photography and infant portraits. However, their portfolio of artfully staged, full-colour photos also encompasses casting shots and family portraits, an upscale alternative to just all crowding into Uncle Ralph’s mug shot.