What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
We strive to not only capture fun memories but also use an artistic candid flare to our images. We were voted photographer of the year in 2015 and have been published in Oh Brides and several other major magazines.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
After graduating with a degree in photography/digital media, Krista went on to start her own business. Her drive is to stand out as a leader and use her talent to provide timeless and breathtaking quality work.
What do you love most about your job?
Having the opportunity to share and document the beautiful stories of others.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
"Literally the best photographer ever! You not only connected with your camera but you connected with my family & friends as well.
I was totally relaxed and comfortable with you having creative control. I loved having you and I will ALWAYS use you from now on! Thanks Kris!"
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Andrew Murray's paintings––all of which are completed on an electronic tablet––seamlessly blend digital and classical art. Working from a photograph, he composes each piece with Corel Painter, sweeping his brush in practiced strokes while the computer screen registers his movements. Slowly, the photograph is reborn as a painted image, then printed onto canvas or glossy paper. Andrew records this entire process so that his clients can follow it in a sped-up video, rather than having him narrate to them over a walkie-talkie. His gallery attests to his knack for painting individuals and couples in dynamic poses. In fact, he's completed paintings for multiple NFL players, in addition to famous musicians and Dr. Maya Angelou.
More than 15 expert photographers and videographers work at Pixel Studio Productions, which has produced material for NBC, HP, and BP, as well as several indie films. On the photography side, Pixel Studio frames everything from family portraits and weddings to modeling gigs and headshots. Photo shoots can be staged against patterned backdrops at Pixel’s studio or done amid a local nature spot, be it in front of a forest or in Sasquatch’s private rose garden. Pixel’s portfolio ranges from posed subjects to spontaneous moments, as well as a mix of color, black and white, and sepia images. Outside of photo shoots, the studio specializes in music and web videos, film and TV production, and commercials.
The founder of Gayle Therese Photography, Gayle Tebon has found a way to merge her two passions into one profession: a love for dogs and a skill for photography. Although she works in all modes of photography, Gayle—along with creative director and fellow dog lover Maria Lopez—is particularly fond of taking portraits of people with their four-legged friends. The results range from the tender to the hilarious, whether images showcase clients lounging on the couch with their pups or a dog posing on a park bench wearing a bowtie. Tebon brings this same enthusiasm to all shoots, which she conducts both indoors and outdoors.
Color Tyme Photography’s owner John Billingsley calls himself a photojournalist, a term he borrowed from his bachelor of arts degree in photojournalism.
He aims to document life as it occurs, wherever it occurs, whether he’s snapping article-worthy shots for a newspaper, taking in the sights and sounds of nature, or memorializing someone’s wedding day. Billingsley cites his primary inspiration as Ansel Adams, a film photographer who obsessed over the interplay of light and shadow. “He was about [the] realism of the photo,” Billingsley says, “I am about the realism of the moment and catching the natural light.”