With more than 30 years of combined shutter experience, Barry, Jennifer, and their son Scott catch moments in time in their palatial 5,000-square-foot studio. Rather than gluing family faces over last year's collection of received holiday cards, demand clan members to unite for a seasonal portrait session. Clients can round up as many actual or professed relatives as they wish for the shoot, which lasts as long as is necessary to capture postage-worthy smiles. Kinsfolk may personalize their holiday-card image with a heartwarming greeting or a written proclamation of social-security numbers. Alternatively, grinning subjects can deck halls with an up-to-date 16"x20" personal or family portrait.
With a penchant for harnessing the beauty of natural light, Debbie Moore says she never leaves her house without her Nikon DSLR. She has more than 20 years of experience snapping photos and documents occasions such as weddings and birthday parties with the same attentive eye that captures portraits for families, children, high-school seniors, pets, and boudoir series. Debbie can host shoots in her studio or travel to clients' chosen locations, leading engaging alfresco sessions with her passion for the outdoors and her ability to control the sun.
Heather Turner converted her passion for photography into a successful business, drawing inspiration from her photographer grandfather. In addition to photographing her own daughters, Turner captures colorful portraits of babies, kids, families, mothers-to-be, and brides. She then distributes digital images and prints in black and white or color, which can be framed and placed artfully atop mantles, grand pianos, or chocolate frosted sheet cakes.
Blue Hill Photography’s camera wizards wield the latest equipment to shoot classic, traditional, and modern portraits in crisp detail and color. They work with couples, families, newborns, high-school seniors, and businesses. For special events such as weddings, they send two photographers to ensure all the excitement and emotions are documented for generations to come.
A lifelong passion for art and the beauty of nature led Robert Ranson to a professional life behind the camera, a career that has been gaining momentum for eight years running. His images have graced stock-photo collections, a national sporting magazine, the cover of a published novel, and the set of Modern Family. In addition to commercial work, Robert has a knack for capturing countenances during family portraits, weddings, and cartwheeling marathons. Robert also has a zeal for travel, which has led to stunning stills from exotic locations including the Dominican Republic, Turks and Caicos, and South Africa.