Studio 220's style is modern and crisp. The photographers are masters of lighting, composition, and digital retouching, and their images meet fine-art standards and look as if they've come out of a magazine. Their 30 years of combined experience and the quality of their craftsmanship is paralleled by their commitment to the families and couples in their pictures. While capturing the emotions of fleeting moments, they strive to build relationships with all clients so that they can be there to photograph and preserve treasured memories for years to come.
Fun is always part of their process, too. Keeping things lively and loose allows clients to express themselves—parents get babies to giggle, families huddle close, and brothers and sisters goof around. Sessions can include props such as stuffed animals or even a cake for kids to smash.
The photographers also cover weddings, but with an unobtrusive photojournalistic style. During the big day, leads and assistants are careful to capture that first marital kiss and that first dance without cutting in and dousing the couple with a cooler of Gatorade.
After graduating from the renowned Brooks Institute of Photography and subsequently working as a celebrity photographer in Hollywood, Brent Dundore moved back to his home state of Minnesota to open his own namesake studio. With a bold yet classic style, Brent brings out the personalities of his subjects with portraits of families, high school seniors, and pets, among others. But his arsenal of portrait styles is practically limitless, with experiencing taking portfolio shots for models, headshots for aspiring actors, and nature stills for animals applying for a spot at the zoo.
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At Wrigley McDevitt Photography, drivers will appreciate the ample parking options in the area.
For decades, JCPenney Portraits has welcomed families into its friendly studios, where professional photographers expertly photograph subjects of any age. Digital cameras, professional lighting, and a wide selection of backgrounds all work together to ensure a professional, personalized look for all family photos, religious celebrations, business headshots, or birth announcements. To customize the shoot even more, the staff also encourages guests to incorporate items with special meaning such as a baby blanket or a family heirloom. From a first baby photo to senior pictures and engagement photos, JCPenney Portraits helps to preserve special family memories to come.
After the final flash, clients and a team member head to the viewing kiosk, where they can select their photos and customize them. Clients can choose to receive the photo shoot via digital delivery or preserve these memories on traditional printed sheets, gallery wraps, or wall art. Clients can also save the photo shoot on a high-resolution CD.
For lmj originals owner and photographer Lisa, the best part of photography is finding an unassuming corner of the world that becomes something beautiful when committed to film. Each day, she sets out to take transformative photos, revealing her subjects' intrinsic beauty or light allergies during in-studio or on-location shoots. Lisa's natural approach sets clients at ease and helps her capture candid poses during family portraits, carefree moments at weddings, and evocative pinups during boudoir shoots.
Though VHS tapes may be of sentimental value, their usefulness is fading in the modern world. National Video Transfer’s employees ensure the memories stored within VHS and all forms of outdated or rare media devices remain intact and compatible with current technology. They can transfer and update the content of any kind of video—from VHS to Betamax—and relocate it to DVD without losing quality or the only known recording of dad dancing.