Vikrant believes that a photograph is a story, a single freeze-frame from a motion picture that conveys setting, character, action, and plot. He approaches every shot he snaps with this in mind, whether he’s working with professional models for clients such as Ray-Ban sunglasses or Time magazine or just snapping headshots for a local business owner. He works almost exclusively out his professionally outfitted studio, spinning human visages into compelling yarns through the lens of his digital camera. For private clients, he provides both prints and digital images to frame or plaster across the Internet.
There are a lot of things Kristen—the head photographer at Sable Photography—admits to loving. Chocolate, the outdoors, and shoes just to name a few. But put a camera in her hands, and well, that’s her true passion. Kristen takes pride in telling stories through her photography. As a mother of three, she’s certainly familiar with life’s treasured moments. She’s also familiar with how quickly those moments come and go. Stationed behind her lens, Kristen captures special moments in her clients’ lives, whether it be through wedding shoots or senior portraits. Kristen also offers professional editing services, enabling clients to spruce up family photos without pasting celebrities faces over the kids.
Urdaneta Photography's team of photographers and their trusty cameras work together, capturing professional images that reflect subjects’ inner personality and outer beauty. Urdaneta Photography's portfolio of posed and candid shots showcases a unique blend of technical expertise and artistic vision, encompassing full-color portraits, vivid head shots, and black-and-white images.
Abbe Foreman, whose work has appeared in magazines like InStyle and Vogue, has been snapping shots since the age of 13, when her mother prophetically purchased Abbe her first professional-grade camera. She now specializes in photo shoots, family portraits, headshots, and wedding photography, with an eye toward fashion and using her work to tell the stories of her subjects.
La Dolce Photography's cofounders Alan Bogusky and Dan Zitofsky began their own photography venture after Alan left his band's photo shoots dissatisfied with the photographer's work. Striving to capture a personal essence that was missing in those photos, the duo works with other seasoned shooters who immortalize over-the-shoulder gazes during photo shoots outdoors or within a spacious studio. The brick-walled space hosts meetings between passionate photographers, in-house professional makeup artists, and their prospective subjects. After sessions, editors retouch images to ensure immaculate skin, flawless lighting, and a background free of phone booths trying to jumpstart modeling careers.
La Dolce's photographers learn to keep subjects at ease and spot their cardboard-cutout replacements with the aid of trainers from affiliated Miami and London studios. For outdoor sessions and workshops, La Dolce partners with outdoor-nature photographer Jeff Berkes, whose lens has captured extreme weather and landscapes for publications such as National Geographic, National Geographic Adventure, and Outdoor Photographer.