Photography is a wonderful tool for capturing reality, but the photographers at Divine Images Northwest prefer to use it for capturing fantasy. At Divine Images Northwest, they let children don costumes and pose on sets modeled after enchanted castles, fairy forests, and angel-occupied clouds. They likewise brings high-school seniors’ fantasies to life by snapping shots of them surrounded by sports memorabilia or emerging from a giant saxophone bell in full prom regalia. For expectant moms and families, on the other hand, they happily return to reality for outdoor photo shoots conducted at a favorite location of the client’s choice.
Skilled shutterbug Brooke Heki has aimed her lens at everything from people and animals to multimillion dollar homes, and today she calls on that experience as she helms Infinity Photography & Design. Her partner, Trysta Chavez, first discovered her passion for photography while living in Tokyo in 2009. When she moved to the area, she began working for Heki and proved to be so talented that Heki made Chavez a partner in the business a mere four years after Chavez became serious about her craft.
Reflecting their diverse backgrounds, the studio captures a range of moments, including family, pet, and pregnancy portraiture, milestone events such as weddings or the completion of a Rubik’s cube, and boudoir poses. The shutter clickers ensure that their images embody the unique personality in every shoot, from the individual quirk of a child’s dimples to the wag of a terrier’s tail. The resulting portraits breathe with life, begging to be framed for hanging over the mantle or gifting to a boss who keeps confusing you with your office chair.
Sandy Konyu's passion for photography began at a young age and has been fueled by her own experiences as a mother of three. After graduating with a degree in portraiture, Konyu opened the doors to the 1,500-square-foot Divine Portrait Boutique. She incorporates the beauty of the outdoors as well as graphic design into her art, and seeks out new ways to best preserve memories.
Maternal instincts guide Konyu as she outfits children with carefully chosen props, such as hats, seasonal items, and Olympic gold medals in meatball shot put. She also uses her camera to gather the triumphant grins of graduating seniors.
Sears Portrait Studio's original photographers committed their first family photos to film more than 60 years ago, and the studio's digital photographers continue the tradition of taking high-quality portraits at more than 1,000 U.S. locations open today. Each professional photographer completes a rigorous training program before they begin composing and shooting digital photographs, adopting styles ranging from formal portraits to passport photos. Their all-digital system lets customers access their photographs online, where they can add graphics before ordering prints for collages, greeting cards, mugs, and broken-mug collages.
We're a group of dedicated, experience media producers with experience dating back into the 1970s (for some of us!), and a true passion for what we do. Cinematic weddings are a Niche that we have mastered like no other business in the world.
For 19 years, Grizzly Ranch Productions’ technicians have specialized in video production. They’ve seen significant technological turnover during that time, with outdated formats like clunky videotapes whittled from wood giving way to sleek digital discs. Using their years of experience with video formats, they help clients make the switch to modern storage devices, preserving memories by transferring video footage onto DVDs and CDs. They can also create viewing discs of images from slides or photographs and design customized memory labels and covers for CDs and DVDs.