Bmore Exposed Photography

Baltimore, MD

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About this pro

How does your service stand out?

Ever evolving professional photography that aims to please its customers. Always searching for inspiration, while constantly working to improve and create photos with meaning and that tell a story.

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

I'm a people person, and my work allows me to interact with people from all walks of life.

Location

Baltimore, MD 21206

Years in business

6

Number of employees

1

Times hired on Thumbtack

2

Reviews

4 Reviews
  • Joyonna Y. May 13, 2017
    Easy to work with. Fun environment. Quality work.
  • Dawnetta J. May 14, 2016
    Boudoir Photography
    Verified Review
    It was my first time taking sexy photos and he made me feel very comfortable and he let me choose the way I wanted my poses and he also chose some for me and he was very professional. I would and have recommended people to use him and I would again.
  • Stephanie W. Mar 17, 2016
    I worked with Steve on a personal photo shoot to build my portfolio. I am in the very beginning stages of starting my modeling career and was a bit apprehensive when setting up this shoot. Steve was super optimistic about how well I would do which gave me a confidence boost! He was very professional, considerate and informative. My pictures turned out to be amazing! I would definitely recommend him if you're looking for quality work on a budget.
  • Joy Y. Nov 16, 2015
    Very professional and serious about his craft. He made me feel very comfortable during my photo shoots.

Q&A

What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Phone, Text or Email conversation... or we can meet face to face. I try to answer all the questions that a perspective client may have of my service(s). I also like to direct the perspective client to my website to review my work and to make sure that I'm a proper "fit".
How did you get started doing this type of work?
I've been a web and graphic designer for +15 years, both professional and as a freelancer. When I was actively freelancing as a web designer I would get clients that did not have professional or usable headshots, so I began studying photography so that I could offer that as a service as well. Now I hardly freelance for web and graphic design, because I love photography much more.