Big Outdoor Group Photographed in Black and White for Advertising
Handsome South Jersey corporate group photographed outdoors in Cherry Hill NJ.
Cape May Vacation Family Portrait
Extended family photographed in a relaxed setting at Cape May Victorian Mansion.
Kids portrait with pet Pug dog
Three siblings and their pet Pug photographed outdoors behind their home in Haddonfield, NJ.
Family Portrait Sea Isle City, NJ
Upscale family portrait taken Sea Isle City, NJ.
Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano
Black and White group photo of Philadelphia, PA attorneys photographed in conference room for website and collateral advertising materials.
Smith Barney Group
Big group photographed in lobby of office building for brochure and magazine cover.
Presentation at Heffler, Radetich & Saitta
Eight diverse executives meet in Philadelphia, Pa conference room photographed by Gene Smith Studio.
New Jersey attorneys
Regional law firm photographed in their small reception area in Voorhees, NJ. Many of these attorneys were retouched and one missing attorney was cut-in from another photo we made at a later date. Can you tell which one????
Car Dealer Promotion for Billboard and Advertising
Casual Outdoor Family Portrait
Group portrait photography seems simple enough, after all who hasn’t ‘taken’ a group photo. The truth is, group photos are some of the most challenging portraits. Different people have vastly different characteristics, and who hasn’t struggled with posing a group. It is no accident when a group photo looks organized and everyone looks their best. So many times a lovely group portrait is ruined by one of the subjects not looking their best. As you can probably guess after photographing hundreds of groups big and small I’ve learned a thing or two about holding a groups attention and making the shot. I use a classical posing style that has been proven over the centuries in both painting and photography. When you have a situation where distant or busy folks gather please remember me. Too often I hear “Oh I wish I had thought to call you”- sadly after the opportunity has been lost. When you need a group photo please think of me.