portraits... well... pictures of people. The word portrait may
imply too much formality. A good picture is one that captures the
essence of the subject. (period.)
Sometimes the unfamiliar atmosphere of a studio can leave the subject
unreachable by the lens. Equipment and the busy confusion surrounding
it can leave the formation of a bond between the camera and a photographic
That's why we make house calls (so to speak). Location photography
can be more demanding on one person: the photographer.
For everyone else (namely those being photographed) it's usually
less hassle, less work, and more relaxing and personal. A portrait,
even a picture of the family pet, is enhanced by familiar surroundings,
especially when they reflect some aspect of the subject's character.
To see an example of the type of work
we do in session please
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