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How Lisa Holloway cultivated a high-end client base


May 2019 issue Profiles

Recognized as one of the premier portrait artists serving metro Las Vegas, Lisa Holloway’s business runs off of an enthusiastic client base and strong referrals in an affluent market. Her portrait sales averages are well into the five figures. It took courage to make her way to this enviable place in her career.Holloway started out like a lot of portrait photographers who build a business through trial and error, and she experienced many of the same frustrations as any fledgling... Continue Reading >

Kim Hildebrand found her niche in in-home family portraits


May 2019 issue Profiles

About four years ago, Kim Hildebrand ditched the safety net of her studio rental and opted to photograph clients in their homes. What made this transition a gamble is that Hildebrand is located in Seattle. The challenges inherent in the city's famously moody weather are well known, but perhaps not so famous is Seattle's residential architecture, which includes charming older homes with low ceilings and small windows.Kim Hildebrand © Kim HildebrandThe studio had been a ready alternative... Continue Reading >

Amy Feick makes a mad scientist


March 2019 issue Tech

Date: March 18, 2015Location: Amy Feick’s studio in Port Huron, Michigan, and her ex-husband’s machine shopSubject: Amy’s son, AveryEquipment: Nikon D750, Nikon SB910 Speedlight for the backlight, and a Photogenic Powerlight 1250 with a beauty dish for the front lightFeick’s notes: “Avery had been a mad scientist for Halloween the year before. He played the part so well that we wanted to create a special portrait for him. The goal was to portray Avery’s lab after it had just... Continue Reading >

Tiny dancers photobook tells childhood’s many stories


January 2019 issue News

After his 2012 New York Times bestselling book “Dancers Among Us” struck a chord, Jordan Matter knew he wanted a follow-up. But it wasn’t until his young daughter hit an arabesque while shoveling snow that he had his theme: dancing through childhood.© Jordan Matter“Born to Dance” (Workman Publishing) is about more than clean lines and perfected form, though. “It gave me the opportunity to show the depth of childhood and document as many childhood experiences as possible,”... Continue Reading >

Grand Imaging Award 2019 finalists named by Professional Photographers of America

8.13.2018 News

Professional Photographers of America has announced the Grand Imaging Award finalists for 2019.The 100 finalists' images have been deemed the best of the 2018 PPA International Photographic Competition. The Grand Imaging Award finalists, 10 each in 10 categories, were selected from 5,200 entries judged by a panel of 32 jurors.At Imaging USA 2019, the top three photographers in each category will receive awards, with one of the 10 first-place images taking the overall Grand Imaging Award and... Continue Reading >

Truth in beauty: Portraits that test expectations and start conversations


June 2018 issue Profiles

Joy. The word jumps to mind when talking with Kahran Bethencourt, half of the powerhouse couple behind Atlanta-based CreativeSoul Photography. Mere seconds into the conversation, and it’s obvious Kahran is doing what she’s meant to do. She and her husband, Regis, have traveled the world photographing children and families, using their images to celebrate tone and texture, pulling what is often marginalized into full focus. Their aim is to capture the individuality, diversity, and nuances... Continue Reading >
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