Cleveland Professional Photography

20 May

Baby’s First Year | Cleveland Baby Photography

We love when this little guy comes in to see us! We have such a connection with the newborns we photograph and we just love watching them change and grow.  This session was extra special since we’ve been taking photos of his to family for years.  We started when his oldest brother was born and now there are three handsome boys in the mix. This little one’s three month photo shoot was full of love and laughter.  He’s starting to lift his head and smile and we were lucky to capture it all.  We love that this family is so consistent with their photo sessions.  It brings us great joy to know that  they will enjoy these happy times for years to come.  They are constantly adding to or updating photos on their walls and displays and with family photos as art the kids will definitely grow up knowing that they’re the center of attention!  We can’t wait for to see what this little guy is up to at his six month photo session!  Stay tuned!  Give us a call to schedule a photo session of your own…216.229.PICS (7427).

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8 May

Update Your Corporate Head Shot at Kim Ponsky Photography

An updated head shot is a quick and easy way to get ahead in the corporate world. Investing in your image shows clients and partners that you mean business! You only have one chance to make a first impression and we’re here to help you make it count! We have the experience to know just what to do to bring out your best. Our expertise in posing, lighting and editing makes all the difference. We do head shots most weekdays in our Beachwood studio where we have different background options to choose from. Whether you are looking for a solid backdrop like white, black or grey or you’d like a more environmental headshot near a window or outside, we can accomplish your goals. It only takes a few minutes to get a great headshot so you can easily fit this into your busy schedule. Soon after your session we will provide you with an online gallery of images to choose from. Once you select your favorite we’ll edit it and get it back to you as soon as possible.   More information about individual and group head shots is listed below.

Ready to update your professional head shot?  Give us a call to schedule…216.229.PICS (7427).

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30 Apr

Cleveland Professional Photographer

Last week we shared a slideshow of some of our recent work highlighting families, babies and children.  As promised, here is a peek at some our latest and some of our greatest corporate work, events and seniors.  We’re grateful to all of our amazing clients for the opportunity to capture so many meaningful and fun occasions.  We take great pride in our craft and are dedicated to the best possible customer service experience.  From start to finish we work with you to plan for your photography session or event and we always show up and give our best.  After you session or event we walk you through the process of selecting your photos and turning them into beautiful finished pieces.  We offer  top of the line, heirloom quality products that stand the test of time.  From albums to wall art we have something for everyone!

We’d love to work with you on your upcoming events.  Give us a call to talk more about how we can help capture your special moments or we welcome you in to our Beachwood studio to meet the team and view samples of work.

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26 Apr

Cleveland Fitness Photographer

Head Shots mean different things to different people.  Whether you have a 9-5 desk job, are an artist, a doctor or chef selling yourself is always part of the job.  That’s where we come in.  We do head shots most days of the week here in our Beachwood photography studio and are happy to come to you for larger groups.  We can do a quick 10 minute session to capture your best shot or we can do a 20 minute sessionette or one hour session if you’re looking for a variety of images.   We are always happy to work with you on a special collection of photos that show the world who you are.  From modeling and acting head shots to corporate work- we do it all!

Check out some recent photos we took of this gorgeous fitness instructor.  This collection of images shows many aspects of her personality from playful to professional.  She’ll be able to use these photos to promote her new kids yoga programs, create a website with all of her training offerings and even send one out anytime she needs a head shot.

Call us at the studio to discuss your needs and we’ll help figure out the best option for you or your team.  We look forward to chatting with you!

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21 Jul

Seeing is believing

1 day, 25 opticians, over 900 patients, helping others…priceless.

I always find myself trying to help family and friends and it never really occurred to me that I’ve never made a conscious effort to help out in my own community. Kim’s brother Zac started Medworks in July of 2009 and although I assisted answering phones when they shared our space with us, I never really got much more involved. I guess the only thing I have to say for myself is, shame on me. With Kim’s recruitment of our studio for yesterday’s vision clinic held at the Quicken Loans Arena, I figured it was time for me to help out. What was my excuse not to? The whole studio was going. Along with Kim’s request of our attendance, she mentioned that we would have to meet at the studio at 6:15 am. 6:15 am is NOT a time I see very often. Regardless, I was planning on going, no matter what. I set my alarm for 5:15 am and when it went off, I was wide awake and ready to go but definitely completely unprepared for what the day had in store. As I share my story, you’ll hopefully come to see that I in no way regret my early morning start.

I guess you could say that many of my blog posts can be quantitative (see above). Calculating the amount of days left until a holiday, the growing months and years of our clients, the number of photos in a composite or even the square footage of the largest candy store. But yesterday really couldn’t be measured. Yes, of course the number of uninsured and under insured patients that lined the streets of Superior and Ontario were unbelievable, but for me, the amount of joy I felt from helping others is indescribable. The amount of happiness and appreciation could not be adequately justified by any number. And from what I witnessed, I’d say that the 900+ people that came (just adding in that number to show just how many people were provided with vision care) they too couldn’t even fully express the gratitude they had for us volunteering our time and services. Numbers give us statistics. They are a collection of data that give us a representation of something. For Medworks, knowing how many people they were able to help yesterday is a very profound statistic that they should be very proud of. But even knowing the number, being there made all the difference. Working at registration allowed me to meet the people face to face and really see (no pun intended) their need. They weren’t just numbers, they were fellow neighbors in our hometown of Cleveland that needed our help. It made me realize that I have it pretty good. If I should be quantitating anything, it should be the number of blessings in my life.

Just to give you some insight on our day…

I would say each of us had what we would call our favorite moment or even part of the day. One of mine (since I enjoyed my entire day) would be when I received a text from Kim at 7:31 am (which was only about 30 min after we had arrived). It said “Line’s down Ontario-can you shoot?”. Three of us brought our cameras with us to capture the patients, the doctors, the volunteers and all the buzzing around that was to occur until 6 pm. Kim obviously had her camera and I think intended on possibly photographing, but instead she got right to business with a mic in her hand calling out peoples’ wristband numbers from the stands of the arena. Everyone had their eyes on her, or at least had their ears open listening out for Kim to yell out their lucky number. With each number called out, it was as if a winning lottery number was announced. Once each hundredth number was reached, the crowd cheered and clapped. It was a huge milestone for those that had been waiting for hours. So needless to say, Kim had her hands full. I was placed at registration, so as soon as I finished with the person seated in front of me, I grabbed my camera and headed out. It was already hot and humid and there were hundreds of people lined outside the front doors. Some were reading the paper, while others sitting on the ground playing cards. But as I rounded the corner onto Ontario, I couldn’t believe my eyes. I kept walking and walking as rush hour traffic passed by. The line was incredibly long and dense. I guess I never thought that there would be such a huge turnout. Trying to avoid getting hit by a car, I crossed Ontario to try and capture everyone standing around the Q. Mission impossible. Without a wide angle lens it wasn’t going to happen, but hopefully the photos below will give you a sense of what I saw that morning because in this case…seeing is believing.

Thumbs up to all who volunteered yesterday

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