IT'S ALIVE!

Hey everyone... I am very pleased and proud to announce that my newly designed from the ground up Portrait Photography website is now live and online!  I've switched to a cleaner, Black & White themed look to make reading the content easier. Brand new Gallery designs to showcase the many samples, both old and new, sharper and BIGGER than ever!

The new site is also "Responsive", meaning that it will automatically format itself to the size of screen, such as iPhones and other SmartPhones, iPads and Tablets, in either the vertical or horizontal positions. Go ahead, try it out!

With the new design also comes a refocus on my photography (pun intended!). You'll find a menu item titled "Genres" which highlight the areas I'm pursuing. The one of note is the Fine Art Black & White Portraiture. Black & White Portraiture has been a long time favourite, but with the advances in digital B&W printing, I am now confident I can produce a better B&W than I ever could in the darkroom. The work is simply stunning!

The Black & White Fine Art Portraits are available only on our Heirloom, Fine Art Textured Matte papers or Archival, Museum Grade canvas, and rated to last not just years, but Generations.

Of course we still do outdoor or at home Environmental Portraits as well as our Studio Classics in colour. The three Genres, or styles, may be applied to any category of portrait we offer including Family, Children, Couples, and yes, Dogs (or any pet for that matter). Our Boudoir portraits are still popular and are in a category all it's own.

This Blog will also become a regular feature where we'll highlight what we're doing, information on having a portrait made, and other tips and such you may find useful. You can subscribe with confidence knowing we're not going to spam you with ads or become a nuisance.

Please take the time to explore our new site. You may leave comments below, and if there's something you'd like to see on our site, please let us know. We're always looking for ways to better inform our clients on what's possible in portraiture today.

Thank you,

Mike Guilbault, MPF