Sunday, January 23, 2011

New photography studio offers custom digital photography

Conveniently located in the Great Lakes Bay Region, Signatures Photography Studios has opened its doors in Auburn.

It provides an inviting, friendly, and unique atmosphere and will shoot on-location or in the studio.

The "Signatures Difference" is the blending of traditional photography with the edginess of graphic design and creative lighting, according to their release. Their retouching services are designed to enhance the features of each of our clients/models. The owners take a black box approach, continually changing the studio to suit the needs of our clients. The studio also offers digital photography classes, studio rentals, and photo modeling courses.

Signatures, collaborates with local salons for hair and makeup artists and event organizers to create opportunities for the models. To try their one-of-a-kind photography studio, call (989) 545-1488 for reservations.

The owners are Terry King and Sean Jacobs. King founded Action Leaders (www.actionleaders.com), a Success Coaching company, and also teaches photography courses along with organizing The Great Lakes Bay Digital Photography Group.

He also helps small companies with social media and business solutions. He earned a bachelor of arts in accounting from Michigan State University. He is a former paramedic and former director of education for Mid Michigan Health. Terry is currently an ambassador for The Great Lakes Bay Region, Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, and the Midland Area Chamber of Commerce.

Jacobs, a Midland native, founded Heavy Into Design Studios (www.heavyintodesign.com). He attained an associate of applied arts degree from Delta College, and later attended The Art Institute of California-Orange County where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Graphic Design with an emphasis in photography. While residing in Southern California, Jacob captured moments everywhere from editorial photos in Compton to picturesque views atop Laguna Beach

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