Library Systems Systems | Commercial Photography | Lifestyle

We worked with LSS recently to create some awesome lifestyle images all around their many Osceola locations.  The goal was to showcase the different locations with actual patrons using all the services the library has to offer. sums up what lifestyle photography is perfectly:

"Lifestyle photography is a kind of photography mainly aims to capture portrait/people in situations, real-life events or milestones in an artistic manner and the art of the everyday. The primary goal is to tell stories about people's lives or to inspire people in different times. Thus, it covers multidisciplinary types of photography together. A lifestyle photographer is not only a portrait or people photographer and loves/enjoys photography as art in everyday life but is believed to be talented in photography that can also do well in other many disciplines of photography at a time such as landscape, street photography, fashion, wedding and even wildlife with one's unique vision to inspire people's life."

University of Virgina Alumni Magazine | Ted Smalls | Editorial Photography

The University of Virginia called us to photograph a portrait of Ted Smalls, a lawyer located in Downtown DeLand, FL. We love DeLand! It has so many amazing areas you can't go wrong. When we work with magazines shooting editorial photography, we always make sure we leave plenty of copy space for the designers to work with when they are designing the layouts. One of our favorite images is the first one, it's so dramatic with the courthouse in the background. Check out all the rest below!

Tanzania, Africa | Travel Photography

I know, you've been waiting awhile, but when you have over 5,000 images to go through after an epic trip... it takes some time to go through everything. This is just a small sample of what we saw. When we booked our trip to Africa we knew the travel photography opportunities would be amazing, but we had no idea it would be this awesome. We were able to get so close to the wildlife it was like they were practically in the truck with us. When we woke up every morning to go out on our game drives there were often zebra munching on grass right outside of our tent. There were elephants basking in the sunlight throwing water on each other and little babies everywhere. I feel like I can almost liken it to Jurassic Park seeing these animals wandering around free. It was pretty surreal. Stay tuned, another blog will be coming up soon about the people we met and the portraits they gave us the opportunity us to take. We were extremely grateful, such beautiful people.