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".
The first photograph taken at DeCloud Studios was in 1928, and the studio has since become highly versatile — their team of photographers can capture high school seniors, children, families, wedding parties, or virtually any group that hasn't developed an allergy to smiling. Sessions aren't bound to a single location, either. Groups can pose within multiple studio rooms, or travel to outdoor locations such as Loose Park and West Bottoms. Once at the chosen area, the photographers might set up poses or simply let natural moments unfold, putting their subjects at ease and encouraging them to play with props . Afterwards, DeCloud Studios' staff can retouch images, frame them, or transform them into keepsakes such as cards and coffee table books.
The husband-and-wife photography duo of Aubree and David Hahn provide moment-capturing services with professional panache. Together they make a practice of using their engaging personalities to lure each individual's essence from within, and then mercilessly capture it on film. Your photo session will include a 60-minute shoot to snap pristine poses of up to four people, so feel sure to invite your most contemplative or snap-happy friends and family members for the revealing session, even if it’s just you, yourself, and your personal poltergeist George. All snapshots from the photo session can be viewed in an online gallery the following day, and your favorite will be made into an 11"x14" print. Or, you can purchase up to three Groupons and combine all of them for one 16"x20" Giclée print and 30% off additional services.
For more than 100 years, United Parcel Service's recognizable brown trucks have been showing up on doorsteps in a timely fashion. Founded in 1907 as a messenger company, UPS has grown into a multibillion-dollar corporation by enabling commerce to travel the globe. Now the world's largest package-delivery company and a recognized name in specialized transportation and logistics services, UPS's legions manage the flow of goods, funds, and grandmas' cookies in more than 200 countries. The UPS Store's obliging staff and reputation for reliable package conveyance attracts all types of packers, shippers, and printers. Packers regularly stop in for masking-tape rolls and other do-it-yourself supplies. Alternatively, senders can enlist the skillful packing of the store's staffers, who will deftly seal boxes and cushion contents with bubble wrap or styrofoam peanut-butter sandwiches. In addition to packaging services and supplies, UPS Stores proffer printing services for large-quantity flyer makers and mailbox rentals for lazy messenger pigeons. Each independently owned location abides by the company's rigorous cargo standards and solemn Pack & Ship Promise.
Nestled in Kansas City’s quaint West Plaza Arts and Antiques shopping district, Hook Gallery & Framing premieres local and regional artists by hosting their photographs, paintings, and mixed-media pieces, ranging from sculpture to large-scale installations. In addition to displaying work from up-and-coming artists, they preserve treasured photographs and paint-by-numbers portraits with custom framing services boasting more than 500 frame and mat options. The framers also rent out their charming venue for small-scale social events, such as anniversary celebrations and birthday parties.
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".