Photographer in Gainesville, FL
My Studio In The wood is situated in the middle of Gainesville at the site of Shea's Creekside Nursery. Portraits are available in unique settings in the studio or created on the studio grounds. Working with digital, capturing the essence of the subject is built on knowledge of lighting, posing, angles, and getting to know the customers requirements and wants then create the best images. I have extensive knowledge in Wedding Photography, family portraits, and commercial work.
read moreA premier photography studio, where your portrait and Head shot photography needs can be fulfilled. I needed a professional photograph to add to my website as well as brochures for my business. Although I'm a little camera shy I found the experience with Mike Shea very enjoyable and productive. I was in and out of his studio in no time with my professional photographs on a disc. I have a tremendous dislike of being photographed. I have avoided doing a family portrait for years because I cannot stand to get my picture taken.
read moreCommercial Photography Gainesville Florida and the surrounding area. Commercial photography is described as any type of photography used with the express outcome being sales. You are the person to know in your company. You are responsible for sales, your head shot should represent the quality of your service/product. People buy from people that they know and trust. With the mass of information on the web, your client has a pretty good Idea if your images were produced by a professional and not by someone with a phone.
read moreHow will I be remembered in a portrait or a picture? If I had it to do again would I be remembered the same or much better? I might only have been in candid pictures at a family gathering and never in a group with the family that were closest to me. You have probably seen a picture or a portrait that even though you couldn't put your finger on why it had that something extra. Something that just captured your attention, and maybe evoked a special feeling. Let me clarify that question. Was it a planned portrait, not something that was a lucky picture.