Author Archives: Anthony S. Torres
About Anthony S. TorresAnthony is a professional photographer specializing in custom family wall portraits, and has helped decorate the homes of dozens of families in NJ, NY, CT, MA & PA. He also creates a luxury boudoir experience for women, and assists companies with their web presence through custom design and photography. Anthony resides in Bloomfield, NJ with this wife and little girl, who constantly climbs all over her daddy and his him wrapped around her tiny finger.
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What you should look for, and the warning signs to be aware of, when choosing the right portrait photographer. This is a special occasion for you and should be treated as such, so be sure to take the time when researching your photographer. Continue reading
It’s the standard response in photography forums and comment sections: “Prints are old, prints are dead”… They’re not. It’s our job to explain to clients why they’re so important. Continue reading
Capturing a little nostalgia for this family by revisiting Taylor’s Ice Cream Parlor, a place where Emma would take her granddaughter for a treat during those hot summers. Emma attributes her long life (102 at the time) to her love of ice cream, and watching her enjoy it was hysterical. I hope I am this cool of a person at 102 years young! Continue reading
Sometimes you really don’t need to travel too far to find a new world to photograph. Use a macro lens to explore the world around your home to find a new perspective when photographing for fun. Here are a few photography tips to help you get started. Continue reading
This great couple from Springfield, NJ had worked with me for their engagement photos, and now they came back to me to help toast their marriage a couple of years later back at Nomahegan Park. Continue reading
For my annual update with this great family, we head over the state lines this time to be closer to where the parents lived previously. Now the kids can see the park that the parents enjoyed before. Continue reading
Lately, I’ve noticed in many photography and art forums that the notion of critique has taken a hard turn, a turn where simply criticizing a shared image is the norm. Continue reading
Check out those awesome smiles. All genuine. Nothing like everyone in the family having fun. Many times I work with families in the middle of a big move, so we try to decide if we want to remember the old … Continue reading