Rachael McCoy travels the greater Forth Worth area snapping portraits of families, couples, and kids. Up to five people can ensnare camera eyes during candid shoots that take place in a setting prearranged for its beauty and lack of tire-factory odor. After the shoot, subjects can hang onto their wallet-sized portraits for impromptu sharing and send their greeting cards to half-deserving frenemies. Five watermarked images venture out onto the internet, and a CD loaded with 15–20 high-resolution edited snapshots makes it easy to flaunt images to family and friends.
Expert photographer Danelle Miner captures runaway moments and preserves them on film, creating memorable images that can be enjoyed for years to come. Set up a 60-minute portrait photography session for you and up to three others in your home or at the Boerne-area location of your choice, then smile, leer, or glower to your heart's content as the camera clicks away (a $150 value). Danelle customizes every shoot, finding creative and fun ways to draw out the unique personality of each model. Portrait posers may bring multiple outfits to change up their look, whether that look be "cowboy from space" or "land-mine diffuser/babysitter."
Perfect Photos’ team of experienced shutterbugs shoots everything from weddings and family portraits to kids and newborns. To bring out each subject’s unique personality, they foster a laid-back atmosphere whether in studio or on location, creating a relaxed session where their clients can simply relax and have fun.
Over his 25-year career in snapshottery, Jimmy Loyd has accumulated an impressive list of skills as freelance photojournalist for the Houston Chronicle, portraitist, and studio owner. An early adapter to the digital-camera revolution, he can capture digital or analog family portraits, professional headshots, and in-the-moment sports images with ease. Loyd also employs his expertise in intermittently scheduled classes and photo tours, which might occur on-location at the Houston Zoo or, for more candid shots, out in the wilderness where animals don't have access to stylists.
Professional photographer Daniel Moreno has had an eye for images since the birth of his first son, which imbued him with the passion to pursue photography as a career. Though he still snaps precious shots of his two children, he now shares his gift with other families, harnessing natural light and the pastoral backgrounds of local parks to frame unposed photos of newborns, babies, and children. He also takes his equipment on the road to capture maternity portraits, quinceañeras, engagements, and graduation sessions for high-school seniors or dogs that have completed clown college.