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Best Portrait Photographers in Spring, TX

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Tiffany Harston Photography

Houston, TX Rating

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5.0 (66)

Why choose this provider?

Tiffany Harston Photography offers professional portraits of families, seniors, and business people. She took photos during her school years and in medical and corporate environments. Her passion is family portraits that convey a sense of joy and togetherness. Harston goes through a process of consulting with customers, advising on locations, and assisting with outfits. During the photography session, she strives to help her subjects relax and have fun. Software lets her show customers the results, and she installs the photos if needed.

Humble, TX 77346 Rating

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5.0 (53)

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Atascocita Photography is locally owned and operated by lifetime resident Stephanie Clark. Atascocita Photography provides professional photography services and beautiful portraits to showcase in your home or office. A P specializes in Wedding Photography, as well as Family Portraits, Graduating Seniors, Children, Headshots, and Newborns. AP also photographs Destination Portraits, Special Events, Quinceñaras, and Teaches Classes for aspiring photographers. In addition, AP offers a la carte and package options for ordering, printable digital files, framed prints, canvas, metal, acrylics, and other types of custom wall art. Owner and photographer Stephanie Clark is a Humble High School Alumni and graduated from The University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design. Stephanie took her first portraits in 2004 and discovered her passion for capturing memories beautifully through photography. Stephanie offers portrait sessions in her studio, on-location, and outdoors.

Houston, TX 77073 Rating

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5.0 (4)

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Trevoy Kelly Photography is a studio that has been serving clients in the Houston, Texas area for several years. Trevoy is an artist who is committed to capturing each client's unique personality and purpose. Whether shooting for engagements, weddings, graduations, corporate events, fashion portfolios, or personal portraits, Trevoy specializes in capturing the energy of all of his subjects. Trevoy is also active in his local community, and he hosts a paid photography internship program for young people from the greater Houston area. A year-long program, the internship offers traditional classes as well as hands-on experiences in the field of photography.

Humble, TX 77346 Rating

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5.0 (1)

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Since 2010, Diane Meredith Portraits has provided the professional services of photographer Diane Meredith. Located in Humble, TX, she specializes in fine art portraits of families and children and executive portraits. The styles that she offers are environmental portraits, modern classics, and fine art black and white portraits. She is also available to shoot in-studio or on-location and provides a variety of sizes for her photos. Meredith graduated from Brooks Institute of Photography. She also has extensive experience in her field including working for Gittings Portraiture in Houston and photographing executives for Forbes magazine. She is committed to her craft and continues learning by participating in photo workshops.

Compare our Top Portrait Photographers

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
Tiffany Harston Photography
Houston, TX
Atascocita Photography
Humble, TX 77346
Trevoy Kelly Photography
Houston, TX 77073
Diane Meredith Portraits
Humble, TX 77346


  • 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.

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