Welcoming a new child. Graduating from high school. Walking down the isle. Husband and wife Eric and Lynda Kelley harness more than 10 years of photography expertise as they capture these lifetime events. Their eye-level and high-angle shots capture posed subjects in color and black and white, highlighting the joy of a toddler as he plays with toys against a studio backdrop, or the bliss of an expectant couple silhouetted against an orange sunset.
At weddings, the duo take pictures from the moment the bride and groom leave for the aisle all the way to the reception, never stopping until newlyweds are satisfied with the coverage or everybody realizes the maid of honor has eloped with the cake. Afterward, Eric and Lynda grant couples full printing rights, assemble every picture onto a disc, and host wedding day images in an online gallery for 270 days.
Mark T. Carboni's culinary philosophy emphasizes flavorful, internationally inspired cuisine that can be re-created at home with relative ease. His recipes avoid using obscure ingredients, time-intensive preparations, or kitchen equipment that can only be acquired through NASA. His cookbook’s familiar gustatory staples include pan-seared pork chops, spicy pumpkin soup, and chicken satay. Carbo also dispenses practical wisdom during themed, hands-on classes and makes regular appearances on WAJI Majic 95.1, where he leads cooking demonstrations with the Majic in the Morning team.
Kim Bailey's pictures capture the personalities of her subjects, whether she's focused on glamorously dressed partygoers at a black-tie event, chronicling a baby's first Christmas, or snapping shots of a beaming bride at a wedding ceremony. Through KBPhoto, she's available for family and children's portraits, senior pictures, and more.
Modern. Fun. Your Life.
Salome photography isn't your typical staged and posed boring photographer. And if you're tired of the typical, you've come to the right place! My photography is fun, fresh, and hip. It showcases you in the best way, the most natural way. It's about YOU having fun, be YOU!
Think of boudoir photography outfits and you probably think of lingerie. And though there are plenty of black lace corsets and fishnet stockings on display in the Haute Mama Photography gallery, there are also less conventional choices: a loose men's dress shirt and tie, an off-the-shoulders motorcycle jacket, even a strategically placed basketball that serves as a sort of top. It's partly a reflection of the diversity of the photos' subjects, whose figures range from slender to voluptuous, and partly a testament to the creativity of studio owner Leah Severson, who has designed it so that even the studio's most basic package allows for multiple outfit changes. Severson has so thoroughly mastered the boudoir photo business that she holds both group workshops and one-on-one mentoring sessions, during which she shares with other photographers tips for posing subjects, establishing the right mood for shoots, and getting their work to appear on the first page of Google results without taping anything to their monitors.