Aboriginal tribes believe that photos can steal the soul, though it’s a well-known scientific fact that only elaborate Etch A Sketch portraits have that ability. Safely snap away stacks of images with today’s Groupon: for $65, you get a photographic portrait sitting ($250), one 5"x7" print ($35), two 8"x10" prints ($120), and one image on a CD ($50) from Justine Miller Photography (a $455 total value). Each size can be a different image, if you like, and you can add additional images on the CD for $25 each. A WeddingWire Bride's Choice award winner in 2009 and 2010, Justine Miller Photography offers high-quality photography and personalized service by never booking more than two sessions in one day. Justine's approach blends photojournalistic, contemporary, and traditional styles to creatively capture weddings, families, newborns, boudoir shots, trash-the-dress sessions, and more. Miller's camera subjects also get to add their own creative stamp to each image by selecting the shooting location, though Justine may advise against your best friend Dave's house party as the backdrop for the family Christmas portrait. Justine will travel anywhere within the metro Phoenix area to make sure your photos don't come out looking just like everyone else's. After an hour or two of shooting, you'll enjoy the fun of choosing the images that reflect your unique individuality in a way that playing bass in a tribute band to U2 tribute bands never did.
Photo albums are often filled with embarrassing shots featuring red-eyed stares and bad-hair decades. By partaking in a professional photo session with Justine Miller Photography, customers will enjoy the photogenic qualities of a bowl of fruit, Jennifer Aniston, or even Jennifer Aniston mirthfully painting a bowl of fruit.
Justine Miller Photography won a 2009 and 2010 Bride's Choice Award for photography, and made The Knot's Best of Weddings photographers list in 2010. WeddingWire reviewers give Justine Miller Photography five stars.
Justine Miller Photography
Justine Miller has always done her best to preserve memories. As a young girl, she would watch the Christmas lights on neighbors' houses, blinking hard to hold onto the festive images and etch them into her mind. Today, she still does her best to capture the magic that happens in everyday life. Instead of using expensive lighting equipment or posing her subjects in elaborate scenes, she shoots outside in the natural light and encourages her clients to act naturally so she can capture their real emotions. That may explain why some of her favorite photo subjects are people at their happiest: brides on their wedding day, children at play, newborn babies, and adults lounging in extra-large diapers. Though she prefers to hold sessions outside, she does schedule studio sessions for clients upon request. After a session, she performs light editing on frames before posting them in an online gallery, which clients can peruse to select the images they’d like to print.
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