Clarissa Nassar began blogging in 1999 under the alias The Posh Parent. Since then, her trail of blog posts reveals a life devoted to both family and career. Throughout her life, she has dished out parenting advice, sold her handmade blankets, offered life coaching to other moms, and started a mobile dance company. Her latest venture is family and boudoir photography, and she takes it on with the same outgoing personality and confident attitude that powered all of her past ventures. Armed with a Canon Rebel XS, Clarissa uses its RAW format to capture photos of families against her studio backdrops or outside in scenic surroundings including beaches, forests, and municipal bus stations.
As the senior photographer at Reel Photography Studios, Pasquale Velez has more than two decades of experience in the field. Pasquale has spent much of that time exploring new ways to make his photography more prominent, and his eye for detail brings out the best in family portraits, headshots, and even stock photos for business use. Along with his wife and creative partner, Barbra, Pasquale also takes the Reel Photography Studios business on the road to a variety of events, from parties and graduations to arts showings and baby showers, the rarest meteorological phenomenon.
It only took a brief introduction to photography in the seventh grade, but ever since, Samantha has been devoted to the craft. Today, she uses her camera to capture a lifetime of memories. She especially loves family portraiture. As a wife and mother herself, she understands the importance of truly great family pictures. With Brantley's Photos, she snaps precious pics of families, newborns, kids, and moms-to-be. Events often require a professional's eye to get all the best shots, as well. So, with camera always ready, she also covers everything from youth lacrosse matches to graduations.
The photographers of Priority Portraits capture special moments with their professional DSLR cameras and high-end Canon lenses. Always equipped with backup gear, they travel to locations and snap portraits of newly engaged couples or special events, such as weddings or community gatherings. After sessions, they offer clients prints, retouched images, DVDs with high-resolution images, and password-protected online galleries.
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We are not like other photographers. We don't just shoot your wedding, we meticulously critique and edit your images. Photography is another form of art and your images will be treated as so. Our customizable service includes ALL the photos we take on DVD. We do not charge you per image or cap how many images we take for yo