A joint father-daughter venture, Scott E. Thomas & Daughter Photography seizes snapshots in an inviting, intimate setting in which customer satisfaction drives each shutter click. Scott and Jessica keep a wide lens, shooting weddings, pets, babies, seniors, baby athletes, and more.
Portrait photographer Christina Lundeen strives to capture each subject's unique essence through quirky and creative portrait images done in color as well as traditional black and white. The decade Christina spent as a Big Apple resident sparked her passion for photography, inspiring and shaping her artistic vision and honing her talent for infusing photos with a particular energy, mood, or Statue of Liberty photo bomb. Christina continued to sharpen her technical skills during a year-long trip around the world in 2007, and now snaps subjects of all ages on-location or from the comfort of her Kansas City studio.
Modern Canvas’s printing specialists transform photographs into personalized, one-of-a-kind works of art. Customers send high-resolution photographs to Modern Canvas via email or FTP, and in 5–10 business days, they receive their image printed onto a professional-quality canvas. Printers can augment canvases with special techniques such as the Warhol effect, which renders photographs in the pop-art style of the 1960s icon or replaces smiles with cans of soup. Canvases are available in sizes ranging from 10"x10" to 96"x96".
A rainbow of men's and women's apparel and accessories populates the forest of racks inside Arizona Trading Company, where staffers buy, sell, and trade a thoughtfully curated, ever-revolving stash of gently used threads. They take in modern and vintage attire alike, scrutinizing each item to ensure that no evidence remains of the superhero who previously owned it. Handbags, shoes, and Pendleton flannels neighbor household gear, jackets, and seasonal inventory throughout the fully stocked shop. A smattering of brand-new accouterments, such as sunglasses and jewelry, interrupts the vast spread of lightly worn attire.
With the aid of stylist Amanda Adams, photographer Hilary Hope captures the individual attitude and beauty of subjects in 1940s and '50s-style pin-up portraits. To lure the vintage vixen from her modern shell, Amanda pins hair into retro finger-waves or bouffants before painting faces in the classic black-and-white looks favored by 1940s starlets. A stroll through an enviable wardrobe of items such as vintage-inspired pumps, halter dresses, sailor skirts, and stockings completes the portrait prep. Spice up a single outfit with various accessories (included) or don multiple styles to showcase a menagerie of moods ($25/each additional outfit). Before the one-hour snap session, photographer Hilary coaches kittens in pin-up posing, boosting confidence with her comfortable, personable demeanor. With an array of backdrops and props, the photo session captures a selection of shots ranging from flirtatious to sultry.