Images by John Alexander
Category: New Scenes, Scenes of the South
Tags: Forsyth Park, Park, Photos, Picnic, Picnic in the park, Scenes of the South
The Time Machine Portrait Co. opened it’s doors on October 31, 2009 and introduced Savannah to a new, exciting way to become a part of the past.
Before The Time Machine came to fruition, owners Maria and Kefren Arjona were insurance claim adjusters in Miami, Florida. Although they adore Miami, they yearned to try something drastically different and immensely fulfilling; something that made everyone, including themselves, smile.
Category: Guides, Shop, South's Hottest Gift Guide, Variety
Tags: photography, Photos, Portraits, professional, Studio
We are a full service, high-quality digital printing company that specializes in offset lithography, large and grand format, digital printing, graphic design, services and more. From concept to delivery, Image is Everything will cater to all of your printing and display needs!
Category: Guides, Live
Tags: image, Photos, printing
Halloween is the chance people have once a year to show how far they can go with their imagination. This year was no exception here in Savannah. I expected a lot from the fine people of this city and they definitely took the challenge and ran with it. I often saw people with homemade costumes that really utilized what they had lying around the house, which implies that they took a lot more time to develop the costume rather than going for the store bought witch costume (even though there is nothing wrong with that!) I hope these Halloween pictures give you ideas for next year or just inspire you to think outside of the box for your next Halloween costume and start planning now!
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Category: Blogs, Media
Tags: Halloween, Photos, Shopping, Style Blog
Here in Savannah, we have a different definition of what fall weather means. From one day to the next we find ourselves in a different weather pattern—from cool and cloudy to hot, humid and sunny. That doesn’t mean we don’t want to celebrate the awesomeness of autumn: the changing leaves, the warm night fires that begin again, the smell in the air signaling that summer is finally at rest. The way in which we traditionally define these changes varies from person to person. Over the past couple weeks I have photographed people that love the traditional fall garb of sweaters, jackets and scarfs with mostly grays and blacks as the basic colors. Others have chosen to rebel against the coming season by featuring summer-like colors in their getup which is so much fun to see. So how are you “falling” this year? [Click through for a full gallery of images!]
Category: Blogs, Media
Tags: clothing, Photos, Shopping, Style Blog