Portrait Session With Local Model Laura TartaglioRead More
How it works:
We do a 45 minute photo session at my studio in New Castle. The props used, and people in the pictures are up to you. You are welcome to use any props on hand, or bring your own. I will advise on posing, offer shot suggestions, and take pictures!
After the session I will cull, and perform basic post processing of the raw images from the session, then send you digital low resolution proof copies. You pick your two favorites, and I will retouch them, and send you high resolution digital copies, along with a photo release allowing you to print them, or use them as you wish.
If you would like additional photos from the session, they are available to purchase for $10 each. I will retouch them, and send them to you just like the images above.
You can also purchase prints from the session directly from me. I have a professional giclée printer, and can print sizes up to 13x19. Print prices vary based on print size, but generally my print prices are less than professional labs, and a little more then consumer labs.
The Delaware Photographic Society's assigned subject for the month of January is 'Reflections', and Northern Delaware just received its first significant snow fall of the season. So I headed up to the White Clay Creek Preserve in Chester County, PA to take some reflection photos.
This also gave me a chance to use Aurora HDR for the first time. I am happy to say that I am very impressed. Aurora is hands down the best HDR software I have ever used. All four photos in the gallery below are multi-shot HDR images processed with Aurora HDR.
This post's featured photo (the last image in the gallery) is named Hózhǫ́. Hózhǫ́ is a Navajo word with many meanings, among them are: Harmony, Peace, and Balance.