The pearly white of a toddler’s first tooth. The glow of a young woman’s cheeks on her sixteenth birthday. These are the things that Classic Imaging Photography’s experts seek to capture with a deft click of the shutter. The professional photographers position subjects during in-studio shoots or go on-location to snap images of newly engaged couples in the park where they met or defeated a rival family of swans. The shutterbugs also photograph or capture video of cake-cuttings and dances at landmark events, attempting to stay quietly in the background all the while. To generate souvenirs and bolster revelry, the crew also brings photo booths to parties.
Though pictures may fade, Dan Demetriad’s talent for capturing one-of-a-kind moments never has. A photographer for more than 30 years, Dan has developed an affable manner with subjects and a sharp editorial eye, making him sought after by Manhattan's top entertainers, business people, families, and creative professionals. Joined by a team of six, he and the team work together to fulfill a mission to “help clients look (and compete) better in the digital world.”
Founded in 1985, Demetriad Photography has snapped portraits of children, families, celebrities, and budding photo-bombers and has provided graphic design and product photography services for businesses. In addition, its photographers’ work has graced the covers of such magazines as New York Contribute and Business Miami.
The photographers share the tricks of their trade during individual and group classes that teach basic and advanced shutterbugs photography and digital-imaging skills. The studio also runs a nonprofit called PowerShoot, a series of weekend workshops that teaches teens to tell stories through visual media, such as with a minute-by-minute pictorial of how the family cookie jar went from full to empty.
Niki Broyn discovered her passion for photography when she started snapping shots of her four kids in 1996. As her children grew, so did her skills as a photographer, prompting her to found Nikibi Studio, where she currently captures the smiles of other families. She likes to incorporate her subjects’ passions in each photo session, taking pictures of musicians performing or cat burglars posing in front of a cracked safe. Niki also travels on location for special events, such as baptisms, and specializes in portraits for home, business, and commercial use—her shots never looking out of place above a mantle or in the pages of a magazine.
Pics4Kids is a professional photography and portraiture studio located between Bensonhurst and Borough Park in Brooklyn. We specialize in baby, child and family portraits and are open six days a week. We also offer photography services for birthdays, reunions, mitzvahs and all kinds of special occasions.
Though Jerry and Caroline Rizzo aren’t the original owners of David Eric Photography, they felt strongly about keeping the studio’s name when they took over in February 1992. But the David Eric name isn’t the only element that was saved during the transition. The Rizzos and their team of photographers proudly uphold the studio's traditions of excellent customer service, which includes giving ample attention to every client—from wedding couples and boudoir models to newborns—before, during, and after each shoot. And it is with this patience and attentiveness that the studio has gone on to earn high praise from The Knot and Wedding Wire.
The shutterbugs at MotoPhoto capture natural expressions in portrait shoots, but they also enhance those shots with retouching services. Rather than drawing smiles on their subjects with lipstick, the professionals elicit relaxed dimples during their sessions, and they are happy to aim their lenses either in-studio or at the subjects’ home. After the experts edit out their flyaway hairs, subjects can order everything from collages and calendars to custom photo books and greeting cards.
In addition to creating new images, MotoPhoto deals with existing photographs, scanning the contents of old albums to create digital files and restoring age-worn photographs. They also transfer the contents of VHS tapes to DVDs, preserving videos of a youngster’s first bike ride or a tiny pothole’s first attempt to wreck a bicycle.