Heritage Graphics can provide clients with photography in almost any style or genre, but here are some specialties, with representative images from 20th century master works to the more contemporary.
Vintage Fashion: once maligned as art's second cousin, lacking gravitas and creativity, fashion photography has found its way into major fine art galleries and museums -- and the enduring images are simply beautiful records of glorious days gone by.
Historic/Documentary: singular moments in time have been preserved forever in noteworthy 20th century documentary photography, from the archives of LIFE, Time, and Fortune magazines to the work of famous Magnum photographers.
Street Photography: most often candid images captured on small, handheld 35mm cameras, street photography documented the reality of city life -- sometimes whimsical, other times challenging perceptions or raising awareness of social and progressive issues.
Still Life: when depicting inanimate subject matter, often a small grouping of objects, photographers create their work with a refined sense of lighting coupled with compositional skills -- still life photographers make pictures rather than "take" them.
Landscape: capturing the relationships of land, sky, waters, and ever-changing light, landscape photographers are motivated by an appreciation of beauty seen in natural environments and open spaces, though both rural and urban settings can be seen as "landscapes".
Other Genres: from animals to architecture, seaside vistas to nature studies, there's a world full of eye-catching subject matter, eventually found in the portfolios of leading photographers, the catalogs of fine retailers, and the homes of art collectors around the world.