Every year, photographer Marc Aviles has to limit the number of weddings he photographs to 20. That magic number allows him to take a meticulous approach in capturing both photojournalistic and posed photographs during one of life’s most momentous occasions. This is it Photography's wedding-photography process, which begins with an in-depth consultation and ends with photo-album production in Italy, reflects a deep respect for each client's vision. While snapping shots, photographers zoom in on sparkling rings and colorful bouquets to capture the subtle details of the ceremony before panning out to take pictures of the couple and guests. Marc also performs engagement photography sessions, which preserve romantic images at a cherished locale, such as a beach, a blossoming cherry tree, or the restaurant where lovers shared their first heimlich maneuver.
This is it Photography's talent for creating narratives through photographs has earned them several accolades throughout their career. Though they limit their annual wedding presence, they always welcome families, pets, newborns, and models into their studio for specialized portraits. Whimsical infant photos pair babies with studio props, including a miniature claw-foot tub and giant rubber duckies. Alternatively, outdoor shoots supply sunny backdrops for candid pictures. This is it Photography also rents out photo booths, which print sheets of smiling faces with custom event logos.
S-King Studio comprises three friends and photographers who offer distinct styles to capture portraits and moments. One calls upon a photojournalistic style to capture small details of large events. Another emphasizes aesthetic perfection in staged photographs and family portraits. Finally, the other specializes in model shoots and engagement photos, framing artistic shots that capture true personalities.
You don?t have to be in a professional photo studio to be the star of high-quality photos anymore. Mementostrip Photo Booths? technicians provide a mobile studio that travels to the party, allowing individuals, couples, and groups to star in an endless number of self-directed shots. Each booth boasts a digital single-lens-reflex camera that produces professional-quality images. After the machine snaps a picture, it instantly prints a single 4?x6? or a double 2"x6" print for its subjects to keep.
Using the lure of nostalgia to aid in event documentation, Booth 4’s booths boast the classic metal frame and panel construction of '70s photo booths as well as thoroughly modern internal technology. The booth’s digital cameras are capable of churning out unlimited prints over the course of rentals, and it comes stocked with an array of hats, masks, and other props to keep the booth-bound photo shoots interesting.
Gone are the days when taking pictures in a photo booth meant contorting your body into a small space or fighting over who gets to keep the best picture in the set. With varying setups, Exposure Entertainment's booths can fit into a small area or expand to hold up to 15 people. A booth attendant is sent along with each rental and shows guests how to snap the best pictures and share them with ease. Whether a booth is set up at a wedding, party, or corporate event, guests get to print out vivid 4?x6? images of their good times and immediately share their pictures on social-media websites at a special kiosk.