The most important aspect of a photo is how and what it communicates to its viewers.
You need photos that tell a story
“If you seize a fleeting moment when form, line, light, and content are arranged perfectly within the frame, then a single picture becomes a story in itself” – Henri Cartier-Bresson
Our process is simple…
We make your needs the subject of everything we do and adjust our focus as your needs change. We provide a wide variety of photographic services including Location Shoots, Travel, Product, Studio, and Specialty Photography.
We Freeze Amazing Moments In Time
“Good photographs put you in a particular moment in time, they tell a story, or they speak to your emotions. The most important element of a great photograph is that it does all of the above.”
“After spending 10 years hung up in the technicalities of photography, I’ve come to appreciate that a good photograph is one that causes some sort of emotional response. We’re bombarded with so much imagery that our most common response to photography is indifference. If an image surprises me through an unusual view, wows me through […]
“The most important element of a good photograph is the story that it tells. I don’t believe that you need to be a professional to take a great photograph; as long as you have a grasp of composition and lighting you should be ok. My favourite photographs are always the ones that evoke a feeling […]
“The ability to capture a frame with some element of intrigue is highly important when making a good photograph. This is going to keep your audience captivated. The intriguing element will invite your viewer into your scene allowing them to create their own narrative.”
“I think there are many important aspects to make a good photograph but the most important would have to be: interesting and engaging subject matter. Even if certain technical aspects are not well executed such as focus and composition, there can still be a reason for finding the photo meaningful. Ideally, engaging subject matter, lighting, […]
“The most important element to me is not necessarily tangible. A good photograph must make the viewer care, engaged. How it makes a viewer engaged can be achieved in different ways, composition, light, the choice of subject – any or all of these.”
“The most important element of a good photograph is the ability of the photo to communicate with the viewer. It should be able to tell a story through its composition, lighting, and most importantly its subject matter.”
“Light! The ability of light to transform a subject or scene from the ordinary to the extraordinary is one of the most powerful tools at the photographer’s disposal. Given all other things are equal: it is the light that a photographer shoots in that sets images apart.”