Thursday, November 20, 2014 1:05PM
Well we're going to be celebrating approximately 10 years here in Rochester Hills, Our studio got a much needed makeover fresh paint new artwork and products. We feel blessed to have great clients and so many wonderful relationships with all the people in the Rochester area, thanks for supporting us out the years. Sincerely Michael & Marcy Guimond
Thursday, November 20, 2014 11:14AM
A good professional photographer is worth their weight in gold, and even if you're not in business, if you're on the job market, it can make a massive difference to whether people pick up the phone to talk to you, or send you that email that could mean a very lucrative oportunity for you.You don't get second chances to make a first impression, so make sure you show yourself in your best possible light, especially when you are likely to often be "meeting" people for the first time online these days. A professionally taken headshot is vital! The more professional, yet approachable your headshot is, the more likely people will reach out to ask you about you, your business, your products. And when people reach out to you, that's a hot lead you cannot undervalue!Communications aren't just verbal, or in text, they come in visual format too; your logo, and your headshot amongst many other visual communication tools.Invest in your self today, a dission you'll never regret.Comments by Claire BoylesPhotos by MG Photography & Design
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 9:11AM
By Mike Allebach & Offbeat Bride, It should be one of the best days of your life — not a source of disappointment, regret, and buyer's remorse. So when I saw this comment from an Offbeat Bride on 12 things wedding photographers want to tell you, but can't, I couldn't help but shudder:What to do if I really dislike my wedding photos? I've stepped away from them for a few months and come back and I still hate them. I've shown them to family and friends and they all think they aren't very good either… I hired a professional photographer and second shooter.Without seeing the photos or meeting the bride, I can't solve her problem — but I can offer advice to help brides-to-be avoid wedding photo regret. Here are 11 ways to make sure you won't rue the day you hired your photographer…1. Like your photographerNot only do you have to like the photos your photographer takes, but you have to like your photographer's personality as well. When you meet with a photographer, make sure you're meeting with the person who will shoot your wedding. Beware of wedding photography mills (they exist!) where you talk to a sales person, view their best sample images, and then get stuck with a minimum-wage photographer with minimal experience to match.To avoid getting burned:Ask to see a full wedding.Along with the photographer's personality, does their ...
Thursday, August 28, 2014 5:22PM
The 2014 Ultimate Homearama luxury home tour — returning after more than a decade — will kick off its comeback with a charity preview party on Aug. 27.The preview, to be held at the Pinnacle in Oakland Township, the site of the collection of luxury manors that will be available for viewing, will benefit Habitat for Humanity of Oakland County as well as the Rainbow Connection, a nonprofit that grants wishes to Michigan children with life-threatening or terminal illnesses.We Raised $29,700 from the 2014 Home A Rama Charity Preview Party! Thank you HBA!
Monday, March 10, 2014 2:25AM
You've always wanted something artsy on your wall, you know your family would be the perfect subject for such a beautiful design,you keep putting it off because you we're never crazy about having a single huge wall portrait. Our Canvas wall clusters might be the perfect fit for you. Give us a call today to talk about creating your own custom cluster photo session. MG Photography & Design 248.651.5070