Why Studio Photography is King
I know you have seen photographers advertise that they are “available light” photographers. That’s all well and good, but what if the place or the people they are photographing isn’t in good light and can’t be moved to good light? Our theory is that any light we have is “available” and that includes our studio strobes, our continuous lights (no flashing to break the mood of a newborn session or an intimate maternity session or engagement session), off camera flashes, and reflectors.
Why a studio portrait?
There is a time for a studio portrait, and we believe the bridal portrait is a perfect time for studio work. In the studio, the bride has the privacy to change into her gown with all the many items that go along with that. There is no worry about the weather or the temperature so hair and make-up looks great from start to finish. The classic bridal portrait will never go out of style and is a portrait that will be enjoyed for generations. Remember looking at the portrait of your grandmother in her wedding clothes? The portrait tells us so much about the personality of the bride…and the photographer. It’s an interesting saying that every photograph involves three people: the subject, the viewer, and the photographer. (That is why it is so important for you to choose a photographer whose style and personality are a good match for your own–you can have perfectly executed photographs, but if you didn’t enjoy the experience, the photos will only bring back negative memories!)
Award Winning Video and Photography offers studio photography for any occasion, including senior, baby, model, glamour and family photography.