Were the art of photography begins with you.
We serve the surrounding area of Pierce County and South King County of Washington state.
Foto Radiant was put together to make you look and feel the experience of a professional model.
We all have it within us, and I can bring out the beauty you have inside, because this is the basic philosophy I use to photograph you. I wouldn't expect you to take my word for it. I know I wouldn't, and to expect you to do the same is nothing sort of a minor miracle. What I can do is introduce you to a handful of women who have been in front of my lens, and read their own words as to the kind of photographer and person I am.
As always there is a no risk money back guarantee on all the work I do.
I went to Savanna and asked her if she could use some help with her modeling. Yes she is a part time model, who works a as programmer, and makes a lot of money writing applications for phones. Here is what Savanna has to say about your next photographer:
Savanna Lurve of Seattle, WA
"I worked with Norman early on in my modeling to do some portfolio updates. Not only were we able to capture some good images but he also helped introduce me to finding the right mindsets for different expressions. It was a pleasure working with him."
These photos were done in a studio.
This photo was done outside at midday.
Meet Heather Risher. She is a part time model, and came to me with an idea to be photographed in a hobo's house, made back in the 70s. She wanted a Halloween look to her photos, and this is what we came up with.
Meet Courtney Something really interesting happened to this photo, but first this is what Courtney of Kent says about our photo session, "I love shooting with Norman, very professional & fun!"
Now to the interesting part. I went into the print shop to pick up my photos I printed up from the photo session Courtney and I did together. They were talking with me about the final cut of the photo around the edges, when the manager, Chris, picked up the photo to the right, and asked, "may I borrow this? I want to show this to someone."
I shrugged, why not. She took off with this16 X 24 photo, mounted on stiff foam board, and showed it to a clerk standing nearby. After showing him the photo, she disappeared in the back for about five minutes. I waited, and then decided to put the rest in the car. I took three trips, because I am really careful about my prints. Came back in the print shop, and waited at the counter, when she came up with my 16 X 24 print of Courtney and a big smile on her face.
Have you had anything like that happen to you? Email me with interesting stories about photos or photo session you have had done for you, because I would love to hear theml.
Meet Megan Elizabeth from Duvall, WA, who had this to say about my photography; "I had an absolute blast working with Norman! Such a great eye for the perfect photo. He even let me incorporate my dog into the photoshoot. And it came out awesome! I can't wait to work with him again! Blessings and all the best your way Norman!"
The photo to the right was photographed in the studio in front of a green screen. The background was then added after the photo was done. Below is the original photo with the green screen. This allows us to add whatever digital image we want.
What kind of backgroud would you want in your photos?
I asked Silvia what her dream photo session would be, and she came back without thinking about it, that she wanted to be photographed on a horse. I asked her for some more details, and she said a few photographers were working on the concept for her, but none came through for her. You see Silvia is a professional model. That is to say she makes all the money she lives on by modeling, and she is good at her craft to say the least.
Here is what Silvia of Olympia, WA has to say:
"Well I was really impressed how quickly you were able to find someone with a horse for that photo shoot I wanted to do, and you really helped make my dream photos come to life! You really know how to capture your subjects, whether that subject is a human or an animal, and the photos from that shoot are some of my favorite in my portfolio."
What is your dream photo session?
Here is what Heather Risher has to say about my photography.
"I loved working with Norman, "warpups". He was very professional and knowledgeable. He is very creative and easy to work with. I look forward to our next adventure!"
Warpups is a nickname I had on a professional modeling / photographer website.
As you can see Heather's photo has a much different look to it, because she wanted a eerie look to it.
Message me with your idea of the perfect photo session.
Now I know a photo printed up and framed at five feet tall is a little large for most living rooms, but that is the size of the photo to the left at 1/4 of an inch short of five feet in its frame! That is taller than Boo, shown here below.
Large sizes such as 20 X 30 make excellent wall art. Our typical sizes for wall art are 11 X 17 to a 36 X 24, which I have of my wife in our home.
These photos are mounted and laminated with a gloss or a mat finish, which gives the photo the ability to be displayed without glass, and allows the beauty of the image to come through.
What size would you put above the fireplace mantel?
I have written permission for all photos shown.