Stephanie Ceglia, the talent behind Everlasting Photography, sees the world through her camera lens. However, she doesn't trap herself in a studio or deadbolted photo booth; she captures portraits of kids and adults at locations of their choice.
The team of filmmakers at Video Valentines calls upon its experience in creating television commercials, independent films, and big-budget blockbusters to create tasteful clips of singles and couples in steamy scenarios. The female-owned service caters to men and women of all ages and showcases their most flattering angles while they dance, flaunt their physiques, and recreate love scenes from famous movies.
Nestled within malls across Texas, North Carolina, Florida, and Illinois, Studio One to One captures patrons' best angles using simple backdrops and props during personalized studio-style portrait sessions. During the 30- or 60-minute shoots, clients can show off one perfectly practiced pose, from the bad-boy wall lean to the finger-pointing prosecutor. The professional photographer then transfers images onto prints, which make thoughtful gifts for loved ones who frequently mistake you for a stranger.
Lifetouch Inc. became the world’s largest employee-owned photography company one portrait at a time.
Today, Lifetouch and its subsidiaries serve the photographic needs of people of all ages. Lifetouch truly is “memories for a lifetime.”
Epik Photography helps clients capture memories with high-resolution snaps taken either in-studio or on-location around Orlando. Each session involves direction and suggestions from the professional photographer, and at the end, subjects can receive both printed and digital images.
The husband-and-wife team behind Mom & Paparazzi spent years working as real photojournalists, snapping candid shots of celebs, criminals, red-carpet proceedings, and high-profile trials. They decided to bring that eye for the moment to a wider range of customers, photographing families at play, weddings in progress, and even a group of friends as they ride a roller coaster. True to their origins, the couple travels light, able to set up and take great photos just about anywhere and under any circumstances.
A self-proclaimed “T-shirt democracy,” Mother Falcon opens up the floodgates of fashion design, digitally printing t-shirts with customized art, graphics, and text. The staffers invite clients to create their own statements with a process that begins with a blank canvas. Customers can bring their own tops, or browse the shop’s selection of blank T-shirts, many of which hail from brands such as Anvil, Bella, and Next Level. Customers then bring in digital files of their own artwork, photos, haiku, or official SAT score reports. Finished pieces emerge hot from the printer in as little as 24 hours.