We had a little shoot today for Barbara Abbott of Canton Food Tours LLC. Canton Food Tours will present small group 3-hour guided walking tours of downtown Canton, May through November. Participants explore rich local history and discover the burgeoning art scene while sampling freshly prepared food and drink at stops along the way. She has some good things in the works so check it out. First up we have Rachel Hogue of Rachel’s Ugly Pies! I don’t think the pie looks ugly and I know it taste delicious! Last but not least everybody’s favorite Cupcake Kreator. Kristina Belliveau of Kristina’s Kreations! It was a fun shoot and make sure you check these awesome ladies out.
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We do Photo ‘faux’booths! We’ve had tons of fun doing our version of the faux-booth! We shoot the photos. We provide the backdrop. We bring the fun props. We can do a photo booth for your company party or if you’re just having a party and you want to spice it up a bit! We offer a couple different options. If you’re interested, shoot us an email with your info and questions and we’d be happy to put something together for you! The following photos are just a sample of some of our fauxbooth set-ups! Enjoy and book us today for your holiday party!!!
So the bands and music stuff is usually over at the Brown Bike Blog but that is gonna change a bit. A Studio has been working with Buzzbin Magazine for the last 4 issues and we decided to start posting some of that awesome stuff here. We can shoot a pretty diverse range of photos and want to show our fans and clients what we have going on. I ( Jeremy) started my photography career shooting bands and it is something I love to do. In this post we have a musician, two bands, the out takes from this months cover shoot, and the last three covers we shot. Make sure to get this month’s Buzzbin to see our most recent cover photo! It’s out now.
Jon Risher from Into The Flood
This is my fav!
We recently had the opportunity to shoot portraits for Bradley Maxwell and Joe Martino. Bradley is a creative professional, and a free lance writer. He is venturing into a new career as a creative social media marketer. That’s why we did our portrait session. Joe is primarily an abstract expressionist artist, from time to time he paints in a more realistic or impressionistic style. Joe is being published (again) and needed a bio photo. These are the kind of portrait I really love to shoot. It lets me sit and have a conversation and capture their personality. A Studio Photography can take your artist portrait or head shots if you need them. Just contact us and we can set it up. ~Jeremy~
I’m going to just take a moment and tell you about photography. I sometimes sit and think about how I became a photographer and what interested me the most about photography. I get asked that question and sometimes find myself speechless. I know this is a question I should have an answer for, right? I mean, I’m suppose to say that I love capturing moments of peoples lives and how passionate I am about what I do and blah blah blah …. Well I think I have suddenly realized what truly inspires me to do what I do. I was reading another photographers blog this morning and in her blog she had written a letter to her dad who had passed away when she was only 14. It was a letter to him on his birthday. A letter she knew wasn’t going to be read by him. In the letter she talked a lot about spending time with her mom and sister going thru old photographs and watching old videos he had taken of their family while growing up. She posted these photos on her blog and I think it was after seeing these photos with her story I realized that what we do for people, as photographers, is very real. It’s powerful and full of life. I mean, what a gift that we are entrusted with … giving people the gift of memory. I hope that I never take that for granted. I believe this is why I love so much what I do for people and I just found it hard to put into words … but seeing that letter and photographs pretty much confirmed that this is what I want to do for the rest of my life. These photographs of Cash and Jeremy are my most favorite pictures – ever … and I know I will always look back at these and remember everything about that day – the smells and the sunshine and just how much that little boy loves his daddy!
We did a shoot for moms and their kids during May First Friday and it was really nice! There’s nothing like watching a mom enjoying the company of her kids! We don’t just do these in May – we will do them anytime, anywhere … It is really worth the time and effort that it takes to schedule a shoot! You’ll have these photos forever!
First thing is first! Congrats to Cindee for winning the “Friday night shootout”. She had her game face on fo sho! There are more great events happening Downtown Canton this weekend. Art Is Alive is on Friday and Saturday. Here is a brief description: Art is Alive is a 2-day show where one can purchase funky art, fine art, fun jewelry, gorgeous ceramics, cool clothes, phat photography, and some things we can’t begin to describe. We’ve got a cool Live Paint thing going on with 5 local artists AND loads of live music. Food and free parking, too! A Studio Photography had the opportunity to shoot photos for the 5 live artists. We were super excited when we found out it was the cover of The Ticket in the Canton Repository!!! Having not met some of the artists we didn’t know what to expect. They are some fun talented people who we are glad to be hanging with. Here are some of the pics… of course
The cover shot
Some of our faves of the group
David McDowell is a CHARACTER!
Erin Mulligan: Yes those are Moon Boots
Steve Ehret has a sweet mustache
Joe Martino is a good dude
Joseph Close: His art is hanging on Court check it out
This is Bradley Maxwell. He orchestrated this whole thing and is doing a short film piece on it.