Street Photography Posthumous Sensation

TLDR:  Vivian Maier passed in 2009.  She was 83.  She took over 150,000 pictures.  They are now worth something.  She never married, never had any kids and died penniless.  Who should get the proceeds from these pictures? Read this article from the Associated Press...
Hiring A Last Minute Event Photographer

Hiring A Last Minute Event Photographer

An event photography does more than provide a visual record of your conference, they capture moments for those who couldn’t attend.  This is something that a person with a cellphone camera can’t really capture. Checklist to help with hiring a photographer...
A Really Good Idea — Awards AND Headshots

A Really Good Idea — Awards AND Headshots

Here’s a unique situation — a company is having their awards banquet. Since most of the employees from other locations will be present, they ALSO want to get corporate headshots. What a great opportunity for a company to save on the expense of hiring an...
Macy’s Go Red Event

Macy’s Go Red Event

Each February, Macy’s links their customers with the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women movement. Many hours go into making this event a success.  We were proud to help capture the moments.  To learn more about this event, check out Macy’s...
On The Job

On The Job

It’s NOT a headshot.  But it is a picture of someone while in uniform. Sometimes, you have someone working for you who does such a good job, they need recognition.  Take Officer Padgett with CMPD.  He was being recognized for his achievements.  The recognition...
Symphony Guild’s Kitchen Tour

Symphony Guild’s Kitchen Tour

30+ days and counting until the The Symphony Guild of Charlotte, Inc.‘s fabulous annual “Heart of the Home” Kitchen Tour! This is the Guild’s main fundraising campaign, and we were so happy to do the pictures for this event. Check out some of...