Dustin and Noelle live in Brooklyn, so my trip to NYC for their engagement photos gave us the chance to do more than simply take a photo for their save-the-dates… it allowed us to explore the city, and capture the places they go, and chronicle this time in their life… We hit Time’s Square at 1am, China Town for a Dim Sum brunch, and walked around many of their favorite parts of the city. We even got some great shots of them at home with their cat. I love working in new places, where preconceived ideas of how I’ve used a location in the past don’t play a part. Their easy-going personalities, and willingness to pretty much go where ever I asked (mostly…) made it such a fun weekend, and gave us great photos of their life together. Check out this slideshow of their photos!
How do you capture beautiful pictures of this 10 year old girl? Simply point the camera in her direction! I think sometimes that I should pay the clients I work with to let me photograph them… I mean, seriously? Look at this one! Comfortable in front of the camera, stunning, and with a sweetness that comes through in the images, I have no doubt that Charlotte has a bright future ahead of her in whatever she sets her mind to. I just want to stake my claim as her official photographer! Check her out…
After 8.5 years in our Little Italy location, Kim Ponsky Photography has packed up and moved on up to the East Side! Our new and spectacular studio (if I may say so) is in the city’s premier shopping center — Eton, Chagrin Boulevard.
You’ll find us right next to Mulholland and Sachs, and across from Vegan Sweet Tooth and Dino Palmieri Salon. Come in at the entrance next to B-Spot, look to your left, and you’ll see us! We could not be happier to be in this fantastic new space, and cannot wait to show you around!
We’re still unpacking and hanging everything up, so bear with us if we’re a little slower in our response time… We should be up and running by the end of this week…
Come visit! 28699 Chagrin Blvd., Suite 610 Woodmere, OH 44122
Take a cute kid, and put him in a decrepit old warehouse, and you get the photographic representation of “diamond in the rough…” Not too much is necessary to help highlight the incredible cuteness that this little guy served up for his photos. Does he look familiar? That’s because he adorns our studio walls above the coffee maker! Gabriella and I couldn’t get enough of this handsome guy, and can’t wait to photograph him again!!