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Best Portrait Photographers in Winter Park, FL

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200 Wekiva Park Drive, Sanford, FL 32771 Rating

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5.0 (65)
4.5 (6)

Why choose this provider?

Susan Torregrosa is the owner of Studio T Photography, a photographer known for engaging portraits that evoke emotion and have a timeless, beautifully styled appeal. Susan has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography as well as a Master of Photography degree. Her specialty is creating personalized luxurious portraits for business and family clients. She speaks before fellow photographers at conventions held by the PPA. Located in Winter Park, Studio T Photography has been serving the Central Florida community for over 30 years.

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  • Children
  • Branding
  • Headshots
  • Family

Winter Park, FL Rating

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Need help contacting a Portrait Photographer in Winter Park? Call our Concierge team at 848-Book-Pro (848-266-5776 from 6 am - 4 pm PT | Mon - Fri). They are standing by to help you get the service you need.

Orlando, FL Rating

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5.0 (8)

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Rebecca Jill Photography is a full-service photography business with its own studio, serving clients throughout the Winter Park metro area and Central Florida. Ms. Jill specializes in newborn photography from her studio, which has a wide variety of props for parents to choose from. Sessions typically last 2-4 hours, and there's professional hair and makeup services available for new moms. Rebecca Jill is a member of the Professional Photographers of America and the Professional Photographers Society of Central Florida.

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5.0 (75)
5.0 (22)

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Based in Winter Park, Tuke Photography specializes in maternity and newborn photography, serving clients throughout Central Florida. The company has more than four years of experience capturing the early weeks of newborns in its studios and parents' homes. Stylistically, the images make good use of a variety of props, often supplied by the parents, to create personal and frequently fun photographs. Tuke Photography only accepts a select number of newborn sessions per month, so recommends clients book early.

3580 Aloma Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32792 Rating

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5.0 (19)
5.0 (3)

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Opened in 2007, the Dynasty Photo Studio is a Winter Park-based business that shares a location with the photographer's hair salon. Zach Taylor has many years of experience taking photographs for a range of clients, from professionals needing headshots to couples with their newborns. All sessions are conducted in Mr. Taylor's studio, which he also hires out to other professional photographers and amateurs who need a professional studio to develop their skills.

101 South Garland Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801 Rating

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5.0 (11)

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Brian Adams Photo is a portrait and wedding photography business that primarily operates throughout Central Florida, but also frequently works overseas. Mr. Adams founded the studio in 2002, since when he has worked with thousands of clients to produce portraits for various occasions, such as corporate events, weddings, and family celebrations. He works in a range of styles, including photo-journalism and fine art. Brian Adams Photo also specializes in LGBTQ weddings.

Oviedo, FL Rating

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5.0 (16)
5.0 (15)

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Jocelyn Espejo Photography collaborates with businesses in the Winter Park area and the surrounding locations. Jocelyn is a branding photographer that helps her clients boost their online presence through portrait photos. Her sessions come with a brand vision planning and strategy call to identify her clients' objectives. Jocelyn aims to empower women entrepreneurs to discover their confidence in front of the camera and share their brand stories. She has worked with several entrepreneurs in the fields of marketing, wellness, and real estate.

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5.0 (45)

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Rinat is a Craftsman, Certified, award-winning professional photographer. Her 25-year international photography career spans the globe. She has photographed portraits of high-ranking government officials & celebrities. Her photographs appeared in magazines and exhibits internationally. Today Rinat specializes in creating luxury heirloom portraits for families, beauty portraits for women, and high school senior portraits. Rinat’s commitment to excellence combined with her friendly personality and calm demeanor makes her a preferred choice by many returning clients who commission her repeatedly. Rinat turns every portrait session into an easy and fun experience while creating beautiful one-of-a-kind heirloom portrait art.

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Compare our Top Portrait Photographers

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Studio T Photography
200 Wekiva Park Drive, Sanford, FL 32771Call for Booking and Pricing
Rebecca Jill Photography
Orlando, FL
Tuke Photography
Winter Park, FL
Dynasty Photo Studio
3580 Aloma Avenue, Winter Park, FL 32792
Brian Adams Photo
101 South Garland Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801
Jocelyn Espejo Photography
Oviedo, FL
Heirlooms by Rinat - Fine Art Portrait Photography
Winter Park, FL


  • Introduction

    Portrait photography can be the perfect way to capture special moments for adults, children, couples, and families. It's a popular option for occasions, such as graduations, weddings, birthdays, and various milestones reached throughout childhood. However, you don't need a special reason to get a portrait professionally done, as there are many photographers eager to work with new clients at a reasonable rate.

    Professional portrait photography takes years of practice, and the right photographer can achieve results that go far beyond the typical selfie. A magnificent portrait can bring out the subject's inner qualities, allowing their unique personality to shine through for generations to cherish.
  • What is portrait photography?

    Portrait photography is the art of capturing a sitter's likeness with a camera. While this may sound as simple as snapping a quick shot with your mobile phone, the truth is that a truly good portrait photo is difficult to achieve. The goal of a high-quality photo is to capture the personality and emotions behind the subject.

  • What is the history of portrait photography?

    Since the invention of the first camera in 1839, portraits have been one of the most popular kinds of photos. However, way back when, photos needed an exposure time of 20 minutes or more, meaning you would need to sit completely still for that time or else end up with a blurry image.

  • Where can you learn portrait photography?

    Many art schools across the country offer degrees in photography, and some even have specialized classes in portraiture. This can be a good option for young photographers who want a well-rounded skill set. However, many dedicated portrait photographers are self-taught and rely on their portfolios to serve as their credentials.

  • How do you start a portrait photography business?

    Before starting a portrait studio, it's best to gain experience shooting your friends and family so you have a strong portfolio to show clients. Once you're confident in your work, try making a website where you can direct new businesses interested in having their pictures taken.

  • How to eliminate shadows in portrait photography?

    The secret behind many photographers' success is that photography is 50% editing. If you're working digitally, you can open up your pictures in editing software, such as Adobe Photoshop, and use its digital tools to manipulate shadows and highlights. If you prefer to work analog, the best way to mitigate shadows is proper lighting.

  • What are the four categories of portrait photography?

    The four categories of portrait photography are constructionist, candid, environmental, and creative.

    1. Constructionist photographs involve working with a photographer who will sit you in different poses and lighting to create the perfect shot from the ground up.
    2. Candid photos are taken with minimal setup, trying to capture their subject in the moment.
    3. Environmental photos try to capture subjects in their natural environment.
    4. Creative photography uses a variety of experimental techniques and elements to create an original image.