Michael Lamb’s signature photographic style combines his 15 years' experience shooting authentic, contemporary portraiture with the photojournalistic techniques he honed when capturing images of the Carolina Panthers and Atlanta Braves, which were published in Sports Illustrated. Along with fellow photographer Meredith Cox, he chronicles milestone events such as marriages from the time of the engagement to the toss of the bouquet, as well as capturing stunning family portraiture that is ideal for gracing homes, offices, or hometown billboards. In addition to photography services, the artists share their artistic and professional wisdom through photography classes that range from portrait workshops to in-depth classes for specific cameras such as Nikon, Canon, and Olympus. The photographers also offer photo-booth rental services, which print goofy party favors for guests and offer momentary refuge for socially awkward party clowns.
Haley Grant's portfolio is a testament to her artistry and technical prowess, but it's the glowing list of client testimonials that really showcases why she's so many families' go-to shutterbug. Praising her creativity, her patience, and "her ability to sweetly coax a smile out of our little one," her clients' words make it as clear as her portraits do: Capture Photography creates warm, unique images of couples, newborns, and weddings.
Professional photographer Liz Richardson, located in Spartanburg, travels throughout the country to snap and edit shots of families, babies, food, pets, and places. She's also worked internationally, photographing for non-profit organizations. Her experience extends to weddings, for which she uses a combination of posed and candid moments to capture the spirit of each event. Her work has been published in print media and on National Geographic's website.
Take a look through David Grooms's photo portfolio, and an array of little stories manifest themselves. A baseball player slides into third as the baseman watches for the incoming throw. A young girl shows off the panoramic gap where her baby teeth once were. Chubby-cheeked babies consider a pile of Easter eggs with confusion. The breadth of David's subjects displays his talent for eyeing up memorable moments, capturing grinning families and embracing newlyweds. This wide knowledge extends to both on-location and in-studio shoots, where he manipulates the available light to produce strikingly composed pictures.
As a husband, father, and grandfather, Phil Hyman understands the importance of family. Marshalling 40 years of experience, he brings an educated eye to each shot's composition and lighting, capturing sentimental or significant moments in portrait sessions for families and kids either on location or in the studio. His business is a family affair: his team includes Alex and Becky Hyman, who work closely with clients, planning each session down to the last detail and fostering a comfortable atmosphere in which clients can freely express themselves.