David Sutphin Photography Studio
About this pro
David Sutphin Photography Studio provides commercial quality headshots for actors, business and industry professionals, as well as the highest quality in contemporary and classic portraiture for families and high school seniors. Your are professionally photographed by David Sutphin and your selected photographs are retouched to perfection. The best way to really appreciate David's masterful photography and retouching artistry is to visit his website. Browse his portfolio so you can see for yourself the attention to detail that goes into every one of David's signature-quality images. David maintains a private, commercial studio in Englewood that provides a quiet and relaxing environment for studio clients. He also photographs outdoor location sessions in Highlands Ranch, Englewood, and the great Denver area.
Great job, loved my photoSep 23, 2016Verified
Amazing photographer! Had so much fun! Definitely great experience.May 4, 2016Verified
Photos and Videos
39 photos and 2 videos
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Before deciding on a photographer, look closely through their portfolio. Viewing small photos on a computer monitor can hide lots of flaws like photos that aren't actually sharp enough to make quality prints, or, blemishes that look subtle on that tiny image on your monitor but become glaringly bad on even a small 5x7 print. You should look for consistent quality in the photographer's portfolio too. With today's cameras, anyone that clicks the shutter enough times will eventually end up with a photo that "looks nice." That's probably a bad percentage for you to gamble on though. And it's a really bad gamble if you're relying on that person to photograph a special moment that won't ever happen again. Is everything in the photographer's portfolio "Photoshopped" with special effect filters? It may be a style and there's nothing wrong with that if it's done in a style you like. But you should take a close look at the portfolio to make sure those special effects aren't being used to put some "wow" gloss over what would otherwise be poor work. And, along those same lines, the word "retouched" is very subjective. What one photographer may call retouching; another photographer might think is not enough and another photographer may think it's too much. And then there are some that think that running some cool color changing Photoshop filter is their version of "retouching." Again, you should look carefully at the photographer's portfolio. It's also probably a good idea to ask them what they mean when they say "retouched."