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ASI is proud to introduce our 2015 spokes model miss Julia Smith. Julia attends Waterford Kettering high school and is involved in many activities such as Competitive Cheerleading, Varsity Gymnastics, JV soccer and Lacrosse, womens choir and yearbook. Julia is a very active and outgoing young lady and we felt her the perfect person to represent ASI as our spokes model. Continue reading
A natural beauty through and through, Briana shines for ASI’s camera during her October 20th senior portfolio session in beautiful downtown Plymouth.
When Levi’s and his mother Trish came by ASI for their creative meeting and senior yearbook shoot we still didn’t have an idea of the environment we would end up choosing to produce Levi’s senior portfolio session. We went back and forth from a wooded location to a farm location until we decided to review some short video clips of Aurora during one of our outing to Ann Arbor. Once Levi got a look at the beautiful campus setting he made up his mind and we set the date for October 20th.
There are a lot of photographers out there today. When its time to make a selection how do you decide which one is right for you? What is the most important factor when you are making your decision? Is it the cheapest price? the best package deal? Or is it quality images that make you look great from a photographer who knows how to preform their craft well? Here is an article from PPA that can help educate you on the key factors that will produce the results you want. Continue reading
On August 24th ASI met up with the Sutherland family at Independence Oaks in Clarkston for their family portfolio session. This is one of the last chances to get us all together before things start changing and the kids started having families of their own, mother Joan told us at the booking. We wanted to make sure that we captured some lasting memories for this wonderful group and knew how important it was to nail it before 2nd youngest Adam moved out of state to pursue his career and youngest Grace headed away to collage. Continue reading