Environmental family portraits are extremely popular,
A professional photographer can create a timeless masterpiece for you to cherish forever.
|Sepia toned images a technique frequently used by pro family portrait photographers adds impact to a portrait.|
|Low key (dark background) portraits are timeless and lit with professorial studio lighting equipment, creates a classic portrait that would grace any home.|
|Experienced professional photographers can encourage pleasing expressions from their clients as demonstrated in this portrait.|
|Portraits can be created on location, an experienced photographer who understands light can capture the ambience and create a portrait study that is timeless.|
High key (white backgrounds) can produce a modern clean image that would lend itself to a portrait in any home. A professional photographer also can capture great expressions.
A toned image lit beautifully with professional studio lights create a wonderful study of mother and baby.
|Professional photographers use dynamic cropping to create powerfull images.|
|A sepia toned study closely cropped creates a powerful image|
|Professional photographers will create images which reflect the age and story of their subject, further enhanced with the use of black and white.|
|Modern closely cropped images give power and dynamics, which would look terrific in the modern home.|
A slight tilt of the camera, a technique used by many professional photographers and the ability to use light creates an image that would look fantastic hung in any home.
|Today's digital technology along with the professionals photographic skill produces images that are creative and modern|
When choosing a professional photographer look for a member of the SWPP & BPPA, a list of members can be found at: 'Find a Photographer Directory'
Photo Quote: All photographs are there to remind us of what we forget. In this - as in other ways - they are the opposite of paintings. Paintings record what the painter remembers. Because each one of us forgets different things, a photo more than a painting may change its meaning according to who is looking at it. - John Berger