A Video & Image Co. has been family owned and operated since 1991. We offer a wide variety of friendly, professional, and economical video production, duplication, and transferring services. We specialize in transferring 8mm & 16mm Film, Slides & Photos and any format of Video Tape to DVD. We have 2 convenient locations.
Dino Verros realizes that brides and grooms tend to be pretty preoccupied on their wedding days. That’s why the shutterbug mostly stays out of the way during nuptials, unobtrusively snapping series of emotional candid shots. Wedding coverage combines this photojournalistic approach with sessions of traditional posed pictures. The same blend of styles distinguishes Verros Photography’s work during engagement shoots, as well as first communions and baptisms.
With a career spanning more than 20 years, Balanced Exposure's owner, Russell Lowe, has worn many hats, including forensic photographer, wedding photographer, and commercial photographer. Russell has always had a passion for teaching, which is why he finally opened up his own studio space. He and his staff help novice photographers shake hands with their shutter button during introductory Photo Essentials classes for DSLR cameras, whereas DSLR Advanced classes lead intermediate students further into the world of flash lighting by exploring how to use external flashes, set up studio lighting, and sell paparazzi-style photos of local squirrels to National Geographic. Crime-scene processing classes draw on Russell's background as a court-qualified expert in forensic photography and an evidence technician to teach techniques used by real-world forensics experts. Aspiring wedding and studio photographers hone their craft and practice postproduction techniques in the fully equipped studio, which also hosts professional portrait shoots.
At seven locations throughout Chicagoland and northwest Indiana and several international sister sites, Eivan’s photographers and videographers preserve memories with a fusion of traditional, photojournalistic, and candid styles. The company's photographers capture family and engagement portraits and have earned recognition for their personalized touch at weddings.
They took home a win in the photography category of TheKnot.com's Best of Weddings competition in 2011 and 2012 and earned one of WeddingWire's 2012 Bride's Choice Awards. A crew of professional cinematographers records the details of the big day, adding soundtracks and special effects. With color-correction technology, the filmmakers can brighten up dark footage or blot the red out of the bride's cheeks during the maid of honor's toast.
The eagle-eyed shutterbugs at Lasting Memories capture fleeting moments with pristine, high-resolution pictures. During photo shoots, the skilled photogs encourage groups to forgo complicated cheerleading pyramids and instead line up in front of the camera casually for a more natural feel. Cameras snap away at weddings, preserving the day in printed images. Digital images are also available, enabling easy sharing online or photoshopping into pictures of historic events. The company’s wide-ranging services also include video transfer and photo-booth rental, where party guests can hop in and create their own memories in 4”x6” images.
From their base inside Woodfield Mall, Studio One to One's photographers eschew cumbersome collections of props and distracting backgrounds to craft simple, contemporary shots that feature a wide range of poses. They pride themselves on their longer shoots, giving fussy toddlers the chance get comfortable and engaged couples plenty of time to get portraits taken of themselves counting to one million. When the last flash fades on a family portrait or maternity shoot, guests can immediately view their proofs, their favorites of which are turned into color, black-and-white, or sepia-toned prints.