Studio P.'s photographer, Priscilla, studied music for 13 years before discovering the photographic works of Richard Avedon and Nan Goldin; after that, she enrolled in photography school and never turned back. At Studio P., she focuses mostly on portraits and event photography, though some jobs bring her to fine-art installations and fashion shoots. She strives to bring a fresh perspective and look to her shots while staying true to each client's desired aesthetic.
inside Washington ArtWorks, inspiration can strike at any time. Located on the campus of the Washington School of Photography, the 55 artists studios here stay open 24 hours a day, allowing 65+ working professionals to dream up a constant flow of creativity. These men and women work in diverse mediums, from jewelry and clay to pastels and mixed media. Once finished, their realized works might grace the walls of onsite gallery exhibits or sell to collectors at the museum's store.
Although these artworks each possess innate value, some of most valuable things found at Washington ArtWorks come in less tangible forms. Many of the studios double as classrooms, where artists teach the public to paint with watercolors, fuse glass, and create other works of mantel-ready art. This sort of artistic collaboration spills over into a monthly camera club, which takes field trips to scenic locations in the area.
A team of professors, photojournalists, and professional photographers are the driving force of Ambiance Digital Photography School, teaching the fundamentals of DSLR photography via step-by-step instructional videos. Besides the online database of videos, the pros put together downloadable and printable tutorials to accompany photo examples. Any member of the school gets lifetime access to the school’s library, which includes an in-depth course on Photoshop. Some of the continually updated video classes focus on topics such as black-and-white photography, taking group or self portraits, and mastering different sources of light rather than always carrying around the same lava lamp.
Marlon J. Love, the visionary artist behind M.J. Love Photography, is all about love, whether it be his wife, his craft, or the vibrant cities from which he draws inspiration. A sketch artist and photographer from an early age, Marlon finally let his talents see the light when he decided to make photography his trade. The Brooklyn native hasn’t looked back since, mainly because he’s been busy photographing weddings, family portraits, and events. Marlon strives to capture his subjects’ true emotions in each photograph, which led him to develop a 100% satisfaction guarantee, which includes a complimentary reshoot or a full refund.
As a child, Rocky Thorpe would go on adventures on his own that would often lead him to museums where he’d spend the day photographing exhibits. As he grew up, he discovered that this habit of documenting his own life and capturing the world’s beauty around him was not just a hobby, but a passion. Today, with Eclectic Fotos, he makes photography his life, shooting everything from weddings and modeling sessions to portraits of families, children, and moms-to-be. Boudoir sessions and private events, such as birthday parties and corporate functions, are also within his scope of skills. To enhance photo packages, he offers such extras as hand-bound albums as well as DVD slide shows.
Butterfly Boudoir Photography captures moments in time, preserving and showcasing the beauty of women of all shapes, sizes, and ages. This all-female studio prioritizes comfort during its boudoir photo sessions, and parties that include makeovers and outfit changes.