Photographers in Ellington, CT
Comprehensive list of Ellington, Connecticut based professional wedding, family, commercial, event or general photographers, studios and freelancers in Ellington, CT.
Our studio, situated in Ellington, Connecticut, consists of two 20' x 40' image production areas. One studio is a daylight studio while, the other utilizes total dark. The exterior area is landscaped in many different styles including a fish pond. All of these areas are well fitted for both product and portrait photographs.
Kelly Cardona is an on-location photographer specializing in maternity, baby, child, engagement, senior, pets and family portraiture.
Trust an expert, top-quality photographer to capture it right the 1st time. Whether you need photographs of products, executives, or machinery, Timothy Becker of Creative Images Photography can assist. With more than three decades within the industry, Tim has the technical skill, array of knowledge, and enthusiasm that is needed for your on-site commercial or industrial photography.
The Jorgensens are a wife and husband photography staff specializing in lifestyle events, weddings and portraits executed with style skill and passion. Don and Rosie have found that blending their styles, they have created a whole new style that flirts with fun and fashion. They believe that photography is not only a profession, but an opportunity to be capable to see the finest in each person.
Jodi Engelmann is one of Connecticut's premier portrait and wedding photograpers. Her style is traditional with a touch of photojournalism. Jodi Engelmann Gallery is located in Windsor, CT, but serves all of southern New England and beyond, including Massachussets, Rhode Island and New York.
Professional photographic printing services in CT and surrounding areas. Specializing in digital reproduction and film processing- huge format printing, canvas prints and stretching, photo retouching, logo design, photo tshirts, FTP site equipped.
As Connecticut Wedding Photographers, we are often asked to define our approach to wedding photography. Do we photograph weddings in a photojournalistic style? Is our wedding photography digital or film based? Will our photographs capture all the events of the day candidly and spontaneously, documenting things as they unfold?
Studio K was established in 1971, by Gary M. Cohen. His main objective was to provide clients a best quality product and service, at a competitive price. In 1981, Phil Cohen joined with his father. Although the popularity of video had not yet peaked, they both realized it would soon become an important technological advancement in the photographic field.