Photographers in Stamford, CT
Comprehensive list of Stamford, Connecticut based professional wedding, family, commercial, event or general photographers, studios and freelancers in Stamford, CT.
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Hello and thank you for your interest in my photography! I learned black & white fine art photography at the Silvermine Guild Art Center in New Canaan, and I have been an avid photographer for many years. My work encompasses a huge array of styles including portrait, fine art, landscapes, nature, sportraits, yogatography, editorial and photo-journalism. My favorite subject is people.
Monica Rich Kosann is a museum and gallery exhibited fine art photographer specializing in creative, black & white portraiture. She studied photography at the International Academy for Art in Salzburg, Austria, at the Sorbonne in Paris and at the International Center of Photography in New York.
Hay Photographers, an award winning studio spanning over 60 years and three generations was established in 1940 by Herbert Yelin. He was joined by his son Arnold, in 1945 while finishing his high school education, and is still active in the business. In 1986, Arnold's son Robert, joined the business and continues the tradition. We now invite you to join our family.
Dan and Deborah Tual of Photographic Memories aim to make a real difference by creating pretty images that will always be treasured. Their portraiture is classic and timeless and touches the heart with emotion and feeling. Simply, their portraits touch your heart in a way no words can express. They take a precious moment and create a priceless memory.
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