Josh's skills come from college and two years at a newspaper. His lenses, gear, and software come from pro-level suppliers. At Josh Campbell Photography, his experience and top-of-the-line equipment come together in a sprawling variety of photographic genres and services. Clients rely on him for portraits, and commercial and event photography, while partygoers appreciate the photo booths and props he brings to bashes.
Veteran shutterbug Cara Dee Stucke honed her artistic eye in 27 years in the portrait-photography field and today attends annual workshops and seminars to stay abreast of modern techniques. Along with fellow photographer Mark Gilmore, Cara Dee snaps elegant, contemporary shots of weddings, families, and high-school seniors using high-tech equipment such as 21.5-megapixel sensor cameras and light-bending hand claps. Before each photo session, the creative team can proffer wardrobe and makeup consultations, taking time to heed customers' requests for the overall vibe of the shoot.
On-location sessions voyage into the tranquil confines of nature for a romantic ambiance, and shoots in the CaraDee Photography studio allow for edgy, urban-theme photos with self-provided props. Images make their way onto prints of all sizes, emblazoned on top-quality metallic or lustrous papers, custom-created books, and videos replete with music.
M. Stanley Photography's specializes in in-studio and on-location shoots of children and families. For special events, the photographer sets up live photo booths where she snaps images of revelers and provides onsite printing and an array of colorful props.
At Buster's Old Time Photos, subjects don costumes and pose for photos that place them in eras such as the Old West of the 1880s and the Roaring Twenties. Sepia and muted photographs portray costume wearers as outlaws, gamblers, pirates, Southern belles, and showgirls, complete with props and set pieces such as a saloon. Different locations offer different costumes and themes, such as gangster or Victorian.