"We could not be more pleased with our family pictures. The entire process was a complete joy! Joey is truly a miracle worker! He never ceases to amaze us year after year" Dr. Tim & Jo Beth Shown. Jonesboro
"Thank you so much Joey! You are wonderful & we appreciate your patience" Kory & Mandy Randleman, Paragould
"Ya'll made us look happy, content & comfortable. We Love these portraits! Thanks for the quick turnaround and frames look great too. The boy's said their 10x20 print was "the bomb" Mark & Mitzi Young, Jonesboro
"We appreciate you treating us like family!" Scott & Marcie May, Bono
"We would like to thank you so much for all that you did. Our experience was phenomenal! We love our portraits!" Dusty & Megan Colclasure, Jonesboro
Portraits of family members play an important role in building a family. Portraits are a gift to yourself, your children, and generations to come. They tell the world how much you value your loved ones, and they grow more precious as time goes by. Great family portraits have become a tradition with us. We have the knowledge and patience to create a portrait that will reflect the special and unique qualities of your family while you’re still together.
Studio, Gardens & Location:
Color, Black & White or Sepia portraits are available.
We also have gift certificates available that make great special occasion presents!
Color, Tone, And Style
When more then one person is to appear in the portrait, or when special stylistic effect is desired, clothing and prop choices can make or break a portrait.
Couples and families should choose simple garments within the same tonal ranges. When subjects appear in a mixture of light and dark tones together, there is a visual confusion-as the light color comes forward, and the dark color recedes. Proper clothing selection makes the difference between a portrait that appears to be a group of seemingly unrelated individuals and one in which every member of the family “belongs” to the group. The goal of any fine portrait is to direct the viewer’s eye to the face(s) in the portrait. All other elements should be secondary. Bold stripes, plaids, checks, and prints are visually confusing and do not photograph well.
Creating Style And Personality
Our goal is to create portraiture as individual as the subjects we photograph. Our tools include various styles, techniques, and settings that make each portrait a unique artwork. Casual clothing compliments portraits made in outdoor environments. For a more formal portrait, dark tones are a pleasing choice and have a slimming effect.
Call today to schedule your family portrait session.