Layla Photography Services’ versatile shutterbug applies his passion and fervor for the art during on-location portrait sessions as well as special events such as Sweet 16 parties and banquets. As a member of the Professional Photographers Association, he makes photography his life, working with each client closely to achieve exactly the kind of photo session they have in mind.
Photographer Amy Kilgannon snaps classic portraits against simple white backgrounds, which can be left blank or filled with digital textures and images in the cutting room. She retains authentic colors by keeping her exposure at an even keel, and captures natural smiles by keeping her sessions relaxed and tailoring them to her clients’ interests. During teen photoshoots, clients can nestle their iPhones safely in the studio's docking station, which is guarded by an aggressive hen, as Amy snaps photos while they strike poses in their favorite outfits. She also hosts parties for children with costumes and snacks before sending each guest home with their portrait as a keepsake. For athletes, dancers, and sports teams, Amy crafts portraits and documents events before adorning each shot with team colors and logos or arranging images into a yearbook. When Amy isn't chronicling her clients' life stories, she teaches photography classes that touch on creative and technical topics such as composition and lighting.
Most Popular Service: Photography packages
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 30 Minutes or Less
Pro Tip: Call to discuss ideas and thoughts for a more personalized session.
Visit Fine Art Productions in Edison and allow your creative juices to flow as you browse unique forms of art.
With food just the way you like it, this museum elevates your restaurant experience just on the level of taste.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So when you need an escape to discover something new, this art museum is awaiting your visit.
Retouch Factory is committed to serving its community, whether by helping clients preserve cherished memories through photographs, by strengthening local businesses with logo-design services, or by donating 7 percent of its proceeds to charity. The founder, an active member of the United States Air Force, strongly believes in the Air Force's values and strives to work hard for each client.
Retouch's photographers snap pictures of weddings and families, and they particularly love capturing candid moments of wedding parties sharing a laugh over an inside joke or babies throwing an adorable tantrum over not having coconut water on set. When creating business logos, Retouch's designers don't just do something because it looks good—they do extensive research on the market they're designing for and on the product itself in order to create the best possible design.
Though his experiences have included two stints in the army, graduate school in behavioral neuroscience, and a doctorate degree in computer science, photography has remained at Johnny Sandaire's core. A former staff photographer for his native Haiti's tourism department, he still draws inspiration from his travels; Johnny has snapped landscape, architectural, and still-life images everywhere from Poland to Brazil. He applies that same eye for detail to portrait sessions, during which his combination of candid and posed images have captured color and black-and-white pictures families, newborns, and stars such as Jim Carrey.