When he's behind the camera, Kelly avoids posing his subjects; instead, he thrives on composing playful, candid shots in vibrant color and classic black-and-white. As the owner of Gallery Photography, he's applied this approach to in-studio and on-location photo shoots with families and children as well as weddings. Inside his charming brick studio, he also passes on what he knows through hands-on workshops focused on manual photography techniques or editing with Adobe Photoshop.
Tape Update streamlines the process of preserving memories by taking mail-in shipments of old VHS tapes, photos, and cassettes and converting them to DVD and CD form. Fading family pictures and scratchy videos of ghosts sorting the recycling come back to life with modern formatting, all within a turnaround period of about two to three weeks. Each order also comes with a private website that allows customers to store and share their digitized media.
Target Portrait Studios are operated by professional photographers who aim to help you capture special moments. Target's studios can be decorated for most any type of shoot, whether you're celebrating a mom-to-be, a graduation, or an upcoming holiday. Subjects also have the opportunity to choose their own backdrops or props, and they can even bring in their favorite toy or invisible friend. The customization doesn't end with the shoot, though?digital files can be personalized with borders, designs, and quotes and then printed in a variety of sizes.
Professional photographer Kassie Farr immortalizes her clients' most cherished memories during on-location photo shoots. Her subjects range from newlyweds and engaged couples to recent graduates and newborns. After sessions, clients receive full copyright ownership over all images taken, which prevents evil corporations from photoshopping refreshing zero-calorie colas into your family portraits.
Don Polo Photography owner Adilfa Ford named her business after the grandfather who raised her on a rustic farm in La Luz, Venezuela. The only surviving pictures of her late mother and grandparents were taken by Adilfa herself as she honed her shutter skills and nurtured the seeds of photographic passion into a blossoming love of the visual arts. Accompanied by her husband, Russ Ford, Adilfa travels the globe to teach photography seminars and add to an impressive resume of more than 800 weddings, returning to her Taylorsville studio to snap more portraits of familial love and newlywed bliss. An ample amount of studio and garden space accommodates small and large portrait groups as they have their contagious smiles immortalized, posing in front of vibrant backgrounds or flourishing greenery. After the team of professional flash dispatchers finishes capturing precious moments, they digitally enhance, retouch, and spellcheck each picture's 1,000 words.