Visual Arts

Nine Favorite Photography Resources in Metro Phoenix

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5. Fine Art Framing If you're lucky enough to nab a piece by Mark Klett, Brad Armstrong, or Bob Carey, head straight to Fine Art Framing. Local photographer Richard Laugharn has run the framing shop in Tempe for years and has framed works by the best photographers in the state. Given, he might not be the cheapest option for your upcoming First Friday show or your final project, but he's the guy who guarantees to give your photograph a classic and sturdy home.

4. Snapfactory Photographers Mark and Diane Wallace run a full-service, digital studio that specializes in photographing people, but when they're not shooting subjects for a client, the photographers open up their doors for workshops for all levels in digital photography, commercial styling and video production. Classes are all hands-on and run from $150 to $500, depending on session time and equipment use. For more information, check out the Snapfactory website.

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Claire Lawton
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