New Post on Soft Boxes has just been published. Read about Soft boxes in our new section of Current Events. In the past year, our Burlington Photographers we have been published in several magazines and have incorporated the following services to our lineup. We have opened "Studio 4100" which accommodates private sessions for New Born Photography, Engagement Sessions, Family Photos, Corporate Photos, Headshot Photos, Passport Photos, Citizenship Photos, Maternity and Boudoir Photos.
Over 25 years of excellence. We know Weddings Photography. Trust this AWARD WINNING TEAM to creatively photograph your Wedding Day. We offer several packages starting at $799! We encourage you visit our showroom to view our work and delineate details of your Wedding day. With CMP, ALL your images are completely edited and without watermarks.
Passport Photos, Citizenship Photos & Permanent Residence
Passport Photos, Citizenship Photos, Permanent Residence Photos Remember to wear solid light colours for your passport photos. Serving Mississauga, Burlington, Oakville, Milton and the Hamilton Area for your Passport Photography needs. The process takes about 15 minutes.
Workshops June 17th
BIG NEWS FROM CMP!!!!
Next Magazine Photoshoot June 17....Text for Details
Our upcoming Photoshoot with Biz and Fashion will focus a Retro Look....Stay Tuned as
we will post some photos in the near future...
Biz and Fashion Magazine
We offer corporate looking Headshot photography along with an artistic flair too. With various light modifiers, CMP will be able to sculpt our lighting to provide you with both a conservative or contemporary look to your Headshot Photographs. Starting at just $99 we can come to your location or visit us at our headquarters, "Studio 4100".
We encourage you to bring your Furry Friend to our Pet Friendly Studio. "Studio 4100 will have professional lighting and a very patient photographer to work with your special friend to ensure we capture the perfect picture. Session is about 20 minutes and includes ALL the IMAGES taken during the session AND they will be fully edited. Book your appointment!
My Pic Has Been Published! Yay...What a Feeling….. (Magaznine) Biz and Fashion
It is a pretty good feeling to be published as a photographer. A few things happen emotionally when you hear the news. The first reaction is “WOW” I have published! There is a sense of pride in acknowledging a magazine has selected your visual art to be portrayed amongst the masses in either print or digital form. Secondly is the immediate rush to see what picture or pictures have been selected. It’s interesting to compare your interpretation of the photos that you think
will be submitted to the editors choice. In my experience, the pictures are a pretty close reflection to what I thought. But this doesn’t happen all the time. Sometimes I have been shocked at the selected choice for a magazine. Obviously, the Editor of a magazine will have a vision of the theme of their magazine for that particular publication. So unless you are on the same page, it would be hard to interpret the end result. Thirdly is the hmmm,...”how did they edit that”? Sometimes the editing job is so
amazing with the 3 dimensional lettering and vibrant backgrounds. For the most part, there are touch up programs out there to soften skin, whiten teeth and eyes and reshape parts of the human body. For the most part that is accessible for all but the fine tuning is sometimes in another league. After all, as a photographer, nailing the image with the proper lighting is one thing but the art of artistic editing is another. Editors these days have an extensive background with graphic design and the programs from just 5 years ago are quite antiquated in comparison to today's technology. Manipulation of the backgrounds, foreground, lighting and lettering surrounding the image(s) can be breathtaking. So both professions are capable of producing their masterpiece on the image that is set before them. One in real life and the other in digital format. In conclusion, being Published is quite a compliment and really achievable. Does it qualify one as a bonafide photographer? Well, I will let every photographer answer that question for themselves. As for myself, flattering but not at all necessary to validate my talents.