The expert shutterbugs at Man & Machine Photography immortalize the bond between human beings and their internal combustion-powered counterparts through professional photography sessions. During each photo experience, drivers and riders will enjoy posing with their garage dwellers for up to two hours. Each session will take place within the Kansas City metro area at a location of the customer's choosing, and up to two persons may be in the photo series to ensure that cars and cycles are fully adorned with bunny ears. Photographers will capture between 20 and 30 photos throughout the session, and each customer will receive a DVD slideshow of images for viewing afterward. Although customers will not be able to upload images onto their personal computers, they will receive 10% off a purchase of professional photo prints. Man & Machine Photography produces high-quality frame fillers in sizes including 8"x10" ($150) and 20"x30" ($350), which is often considered the standard size to place in car-sized wallets.
"While other little ones had their lemonade stands, I had my craft stand," shares Kelli LeBeau, a professional photographer with a lifelong passion for art. After earning her Fine Arts degree, LeBeau dove headfirst into the photography business, lassoing fleeting moments with her trusty camera during photo shoots with high school seniors, families, and newborns. During sessions, she composes photo-journalistic shots, while incorporating natural light and striving to tell the stories that the family dog just can't put into words.
Bill Artman has trained his lenses on weddings, families, and special events for more than 40 years, turning precious moments into priceless heirlooms. His commitment to uncovering the innate beauty and expression of his subjects has garnered him the Stern award, the highest prize given by the Professional Photographer’s Association of Greater Kansas City, of which he is a past president. A naturally fast runner, Bill will travel up to 10 miles from his studio to snap location shots amid verdant grounds and scenic bridges. He also welcomes subjects into his studio to pose before backdrops of various themes, colors, and textures.
Offering professional holiday photo services, WorldWide Photography has trained an army of bushy-tailed Easter Bunnies to fill your children and childlike androids with seasonal cheer. Children can pose with the gregarious costumed egg-bringer who gives fluff-filled hugs and reassurances that he or she is not filled with nougat. While tots smile and reassess their understanding of rabbit anatomy and size, professional photographers snap digital shots for lasting memories. Parents of stunning subjects will also receive a $20 coupon to MyAlbumPics.com and a $10 gift card to MyMagicalPics.com.
Brooks Institute of Photography attendee Kevin Keith, alongside of his wife Ashley, has chalked up more than seven years of wedding and lifestyle photography experience. With subjects dressed their best in wedding frocks and dapper tuxedos, the husband-and-wife team captures every moment of the momentous occasion, from their first glances at each other before the ceremony to the tail of the limousine as it drives away from the reception.
Candid moments like these are the signature of Kevin Ashley Photography, where Kevin and Ashley work together on wedding and engagement photo shoots, along with portraits and lifestyle photography. In addition to directing poses and snapping photos, Kevin and his wife have been imparting their wisdom to aspiring photographers for more than five years by sharing tips and techniques during private lessons and group photography workshops. And for those who prefer to take photographic matters into their own hands, Kevin Ashley Photography also rents out a LIGHTBOX photo booth for events and parties.
In his 20-plus years as a professional photographer, Nathan R. Cailleach has seen the industry transition from a film medium to a digital one, and he understands that clients often prefer one or the other. That's why he works with both, conducting sessions that result in glossy digital images or hand-printed black-and-white archival prints. Said sessions accommodate everyone from families and high school seniors to engaged couples and boudoir models, whom Nathan photographs both on-location or in his studio. What's more, he can also arrange for an in-studio makeup artist for headshot sessions, which can help aspiring actors build a professional resume or get into character for an upcoming role as "photo shoot subject no.4".