You may not know this but Studio One offers quality commercail photography in the Jackson area. Not everyone can do this, you must have knowledge, skill and gear. It also helps to have Studio One's master photographer Kurt Robertson.
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Creativity is a vague concept. One persons art is another's abomination. It's difficult to know what will last and be valuable in 10, 20, or 30 years. Will you wear the same clothes or have your hairstyle the same?
Studio One uses time honored techniques that are not a fad but a really well crafted representation of you at your best. Fashions change but light doesn't. Color harmony doesn't. Posing that flatters you doesn't.
Studio One also prints your order on the finest materials so they will last. Isn't that why we do senior portraits in the first place?
Call 517-782-3974 to schedule a free consultation to discuss what your senior portrait wish list is all about.
The following is an exerpt from the choosing your photographer see the difference website. My answers are put in after the questions.
They say it takes 10,000 hours of experience for someone to become a master of their craft/art, so ask how much experience the photographer has. Kurt has 31 years of experience. Be sure to ask to see an extensive portfolio of their work. Very extensive portfolio. Kurt has been asked to speak at the national SPI convention. Do they have a degree in photography? Kurt has 2 and is working on a 3rd. Are they certified? Yup, in fact Kurt proctors the certification exam. Are they a member of PPA (Professional Photographers of America)? Yes he is! PPA photographers abide by a strict code of ethics and have unique skills and training in the artistry and technology of creating beautiful images that will reflect your unique personality and talents.
Don't settle for less than your best. Call Studio One at 517-782-3974 today!
There are many important things you do in your life. We don't always realize it at the time but some of the decisions we make have a huge impact on events the rest of your life. Many decisions like where you go on to school, who your wife or husband will be, and where you will live are all really important.
One of the decisions that gets overlooked way to often these days is where you do your senior portraits. A qualitied photographer like Kurt can photograph you in a creative and flattering way that says something about you and helps capture who you are.
It's something to think about.
Well that time is upon us again. Our juniors become seniors and after that become adults. It's easy to forget sometimes that your senior is going to go on so school at a collage or tradeschool. Perhaps they join the workforce right out of high school and start earning a living on their own. One thing is for sure, they will be leaving you soon.
You will want some excellent pictures to commemorate the passing into adulthood. You may see them every day or you may only see them once a year. You can appreciate thier portrait that is hanging in your living room every day. It's once of the fhings parenting is all about. Raising your children to be an adult and then letting them go is one of the rites of passage. Get an excellent portrait, you won't regret it.
If you are a member of the Class of 2018, congratulations! You made it! You have many decisions coming up regarding your senior year and one of the first is for your senior pictures. You want someone who knows what they are doing, after all this will be the most definitive portrait that you will do in your life.
When you are choosing a photographer don't be confused about things like a person claiming to be a photographer because they have a nice camera. The gear they use is just a means to and end. Look for a photographer that is certified by the PPA and is a real business person in the community. You want a professional relationship with that person because they are the expert at their craft and will bring out the best in you. To understand why click on the link below to see a short video.
When you are choosing a photographer it's a good idea to pick one that is a real business person. What I mean by that is they do photography not only to earn a living but also to be part of the community we all live in. They should give back, not only in for form of charity but also in being responsible citizens and paying taxes, insurance, utilities and all of the things that go with being an adult.
You want them to provide you with great images but how are they going to do that for free? The answer is they can't, and if they are running a business they really can't. Photography is a high overhead business and just printing the pictures out is not ordinarrily the biggest expense.
Remember, just because you have a nice camera does not mean that you take nice pictures or run a business.