Eternal Blyss’ pro shutterbug, O'lu "Blyss" Odunaiya, shoots portraits and headshots for couples, kids, families, and performers. He also trains his camera lens on classy boudoir sessions as well as large festivities, including weddings. Once clients choose their favorites, he can publish images as postcards, metal prints, canvas wraps, and more.
When photographer Cory Jackson takes photos, he aims his lens to capture the essence and personality of his subjects. That’s why you won’t see him working in an artificial studio setting or forcing awkward props into clients’ hands. Instead, he works with his subjects to find a location that they’ll feel comfortable in and coaxes out natural poses and facial expressions. If you don’t have a spot in mind, he’ll help you find a good fit; with three years of on-location photography, he’s built quite a library of mood-suiting background locations, such as flower-covered meadows or train tracks. Whether it’s snapping senior photos, a new baby’s grin, or engagement photos, Cory’s done it all, as seen on his blog.
Jerry Thomas Smith obsesses over angles, lighting, and focus, determined to get a shot that’s both crisp and wholly unique. He applies his dedication to perfection during portrait sessions for families, kids, and couples. Weddings, parades, and parties also get special treatment on a larger stage. A friend to dogs and all things four-legged, it also made perfect sense to him to take his passion for photography and apply it during portrait sessions for pets.
The professional shutterbugs at Paul Marcus Photos capture timeless images of each person in front of the camera lens, creating memories to be enjoyed for years to come. Up to six people or poltergeists can come together to model their way through a one-hour in-studio photo shoot, receiving friendly tips, posing suggestions, and demonstrations of proper eyebrow waving along the way. For an extra fee, nature-loving families can choose to vogue in an outdoor locale.
For 10 years, the technicians at Save Your Tapes have preserved customers’ memories by transferring the contents of VHS, VHS-C, Hi-8, and Mini-DVs onto pristine DVDs. After picking up customers’ tapes in person, technicians transfer their contents to DVD—complete with a custom menu and label—and place the DVD in a protective sleeve ready for customers to pick up. Mail service is also available. Save Your Tapes offers tape repair services and photo slideshows in addition to its transfer services.