Master photographer Mark Garber gathers children, families, and engaged couples for in-studio or on-location photo shoots. During weddings, he snaps candid photos as couples say “I do” and share their first dance. After shoots, Garber’s work can be framed and placed on a mantel, hung on a wall, or dangled from a rearview mirror.
It's high time you paid a visit to the museum at Fitton Center for Creative Arts in Hamilton.
It's certainly time you stopped reading about this museum with its amazing restaurant and finally came in for a bite.
No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home at this museum.
Parallel-parking experts can find room on the street, though patrons also have access to the museum's adjoining lot.
Rather than posing their subjects in front of bland, lifeless studio backdrops, the photographers at LMents Design use the beauty of nature to add vitality to their photos. They snap shots as their subjects wander through some of Dayton’s most picturesque settings, whether that means strolling through colorful trails in the fall or playfully tossing snowballs at each other in the winter. By coaching their subjects while also respecting the power of candid moments, the team delivers photos that capture a sense of fun and freedom.
At Ernestography, it's up to you whether you'd like to be in front or behind the camera. The photography studio offers a mixture of portrait options, including outdoor family sessions, weddings, and special events, as well as classes. Students can enhance their knowledge of DSLR cameras by taking photos around town, as opposed to being cooped up in a classroom.
When horticulturalist Brian F. Jorg isn't cultivating native plants at The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, he treks up to 20,000 miles a year on globe-trotting photographic excursions. As he leads guests through the Great Smoky Mountains or the Peruvian Amazon, he captures nature's grandeur with his digital camera, sharing his ever-increasing portfolio with the world through field guides, educational displays, and mass text messages addressed to “world.” Brian's passion for nature overflows not only into his photography, but into community activities. He can often be seen sharing his horticultural wisdom at area flower shows, teaching classes to the general public, or snapping dynamic images at sporting events.
With a sharp eye and steady hand, Michael Zero has developed a respected name in Cincinnati’s photography community. He has taught thousands of students in his photography courses, guiding them through topics such as techniques and composition, allowing them to feel confident using a camera to best photograph their subjects. When he's not leading classes, he captures the best angles of individuals and wrangles entire families for annual portraits, as well as for larger companies.