STP Images Recent Work

STP Images Photography Studio has never been busier!  Just two weeks into August, we have set a record for the best 3 month period (June – July – August) in our almost 10 years of existence.  We have also experienced a widely diverse array of subjects for the photo shoots that have set this 3 month record.

We have shot hundreds of individuals for headshots, dozens of folks for Business Professional portraits, we have photographed chefs and their food, we have photographed social events, behind the scenes photos for video productions and even managed a few product photography shoots as well.

We specialize in photos of people – our headshots and portraits speak for themselves.  However, if you have a need for event photography, food photography, pet photography or family photos, give us a call.

Take a look at a few of the favorite shots from some of our recent photo shoots.

 

 

 

Houstonia Texans Tailgate Party

Even though we are in the middle of our busy season for our Business Professional photos, we are also shooting a lot of local events.  STP Images photographed three events this past weekend and the most fun and boisterous of the three was the Houstonia Texans Tailgate Party.

The event was held at the Houstonia House in the Heights during the Texans – Falcons game.  Food and beverage for attendees was provided by Cyclone Anaya’s, Harwood Grill, Kroger, Odell Brewing, Slimritas, Cavalino Azteca Tequila and TX Whiskey.  While the guests, food and drink were outstanding, the Texans failed to live up to their part of the bargain when they suffered a 48 – 21 loss.  The loss didn’t dampen the spirits of the party, however.  We captured two hours of revelry and we’ve posted some of our favorite shots below.

If you have an upcoming event and need award-winning photography, head to the “Events” tab above and see some more samples, pricing and to contact us for booking.  Let us get you on our calendar!

Houstonia Burger Bash

Houstonia held its first Burger Bash on June 18, 2015 at the City Centre Plaza.  The event was a ticketed event and sold out well in advance of the event.  Tickets included all the burgers you could eat, all the beverages you could drink and some high octane desserts, too.

The competition between the Burger Bashers was tight.  Burgers were created for the event by Buff Burger, Cyclone Anaya’s, Grub Burger, Harwood Grill, Houston Texans Grille, JerryBuilt, Radio Milano, Sammy’s, Stanton’s, Straits, The Tasking Room, The Capital Grill and there was a veggie burger entry from Cook & Collins.  Drinks were provided by Evamor Artesian Water, Messina Hof Wines and No Label Brewing Co.

STP Images Photography Studio provided the event photography for Houstonia Magazine.  Take a look at a few of our favorites from the event below.  To have STP Images photograph your event, give us call in the studio or shoot us a message.

TO SEE ALL THE PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE.

Houstonia Kentucky Derby Party

Houstonia held a huge Mint Juleps and Jodhpurs party at the Houstonia House to celebrate the 141st running of the Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 2, 2015.  The event was a complete sell-out and the proceeds benefitted the Holly Rose Foundation.  To add to the buzz surrounding the event, a Bravo film crew was on hand in the packed crowd to film segments for an episode of Married To Medicine.  Tons of great food, a Mint Julep competition and a full house of beautiful people dressed for the occasion made for some great photos.

Take a look below at some of our favorites from the party.  To book STP Images for your next event, email us or call us on the studio line to reserve your event on our calendar.

TO SEE ALL THE PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT, CLICK HERE.

Event Season Heating Up

With all of the headshot work we’re shooting, we wanted to remind everyone that we are also experts in event coverage.  STP Images shoots approximately 50 events per year and our clients love our work.  We typically provide between 35 and 50 (depending upon venue and attendance) completely unique images per hour of shooting time.  If the invoice is paid on or before the night of the event, the jpg files are made available to our clients the day following the event.  We also post the jpgs online for guests of the party to view and purchase, if they choose.  See some of our events posted on our proofing website at STP Images Proofs.

Take a look at some of the photos from some recent events we’ve covered.  We would love to help with your event, but our calendar fills quickly.  Call or email today!

 

Holiday Event Season is upon us!

We’ve stayed quite busy with headshots and portraits in recent months, but don’t forget about our event coverage services.  STP Images is an award winning event photography company and our work has been featured in Houston’s premier print and online publications.  Houston Modern Luxury, Houstonia Magazine, CultureMap, Buzz Magazines and many others have featured our event photography.

The way the process works is once we agree to the date, our photographer will arrive to cover your event with two cameras.  One is set up with a flash to capture posed couples and groups during the event (the standard social page photos).  The second camera is a natural light setup (no flash) used to capture candid shots of guests enjoying themselves as well as some photos of the venue, food and décor prior to the event starting.  Our event photography is based on a two hour minimum, but some events require as much as 5 or 6 hours of coverage.  Upon the conclusion of the event, clients receive between 35 and 50 completely unique images per hour of photography time.  You won’t see four versions of the same grouping and every photo is well composed and expertly exposed.  The final images are delivered as high resolution, non-watermarked, print ready jpg files via disc or DropBox.

See a few photos from events we’ve covered in the past weeks below.  Call now as our calendar fills quickly during this event-heavy time of year.  Hoping your event is great and that we are allowed to preserve the event for you photographically.