In addition to teaching amateurs the ways of the camera, Hudson's Photo Workshops owner Bruce Hudson has been coaching professional photographers for over 25 years, all while being a Professional Photographers of America member, craftsman photographer author, and educator. When not teaching contemporary workshops designed for all skill levels, he creates portraits on location or at the Tukwila studio. The final images look wholesome and classic, ideal for a large custom wall display in your home. In addition to capturing portraits, the photographer outfits clients with prints and digital slideshows that facilitate online sharing. Classes elucidate photography techniques, including the rule of thirds and how to capture a 20-story human pyramid without a wide-angle lens.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
K&A Studio and Workshop, a photography service locates in Renton, Washington, empowers the community to market themselves professionally. Our wide range of quality products and affordable prices, along with advanced photographing tools suited to everyone and need.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
We know life is full of moments that can become precious memories, and a perfect picture can brighten and keep them forever.
What do you love most about your job?
Client's satisfaction and smile.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
I got really great comments on products and services from clients.
Commence Vision’s cadre of photographers and videographers intertwines its energetic and artistic visions with its clients’ to customize a product specific to them. They shoot events such as weddings and sports and frame the portraiture of families and couples with their camera eyes. Their skill set includes everything from tackling the cinematography of short films and movies to snapping off stills of cuisine and retail products.
Founder Neil Buckland left a lucrative career in advertising design and branding in 2008, to focus on his true calling and founded REDred Photo School & Studio.
Today, his accessible workshops and classes help students learn some of the trickier intricacies of modern photography with a focus on understanding classic fundamentals of exposure, creative composition, camera functionality, and more. Other classes cover more technical concepts such as studio lighting, post processing, and digital filmmaking.
REDred Photo School & Studio is available to rent for personal or commercial photo shoots of any kind, and, for additional fees, the staff can augment such shoots with make-up services, lighting assistance, models for hire.
When Photo Center NW was originally founded in the early 1980s it was known as the Exposure School of Photography. Since then it has undergone numerous transformations, some of which included becoming a nonprofit organization and an accredited member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. Now standing as a mecca for students and creators in the Pacific Northwest art community, the center hosts regular exhibitions in addition to a robust curriculum of classes and workshops. Their faculty conducts 53-credit certification programs and 10-week courses within the facility’s four labs devoted to black-and-white and digital photography. The building also houses an immense reference library and plans to add a daylight studio and a playground for the cameras to relax in the very near future.
The Pacific Northwest seems to be made for photography. Sunsets paint their warm colors over oceans and beaches. Snow-capped mountains loom for miles. Vibrant wildflowers dot field after field. This diverse and rugged terrain is what first inspired Adventures in Art's Michael and Christine Uyyek to pick up cameras, and much of their work still celebrates the Seattle area's natural beauty. But the Uyyeks have also lugged their cameras across the world, capturing diverse landscapes and even big cats doing things most people don't get to see, such as stalking prey in the bushes and making prank phone calls to local bars.
The wilderness isn't the only star of their photos. The Uyyek snap photos of people as well, capturing everything from senior portraits to family photos to wedding portraits.