Joshua and I welcome you to our studio's website and want to thank you for your interest in real professional photography. To learn about our certifications, qualifications, and what makes the experience at Cline Portraits different browse over our About and CPP pages, scroll our extensive galleries, review our no surprise pricing pages, then, read helpful articles on our professionally written blog (coming in Spring 2018) and get excited for how your portrait experience with us is and ultra-luxurious one that cannot be duplicated. Contact us when you're ready to reserve your In Person Planning Consultation to get your time with scheduled. Each email and/or phone call is returned within 1 business day. Don't forget to join us on social media too for links to useful articles, Pinspiration, behind the scenes looks, and so much more! We look forward to being your professional photographer for life!
See the Difference Certified Professional Photographers Make
Every day consumers look for professionals who are certified; it's the most widely recognized credential. While they may not know a lot about professional photography, they know that hiring a certified professional ensures professional quality products and service. Consumers hire for CPAs, Licensed Contractors, Licensed Real Estate Agents, CPMs, Certified Event Planners, Certified Nurses... the list goes on! Why not hire a Certified Professional Photographer?
Consistency.CPPs know how to achieve great results every time. You get a strong collection of images that tell your story, not a few lucky snapshots, and you will work with someone who knows how to produce a quality image under any circumstances.
Technical Skills.CPPs are more than picture takers. They are students of art, lighting, posing, fashion and even interior design. They combine these elements to create images that fit your unique style and become works of art you will treasure for generations. Unique Artistry.CPPs have the skills to create unique, customized works of art not cookie-cutter pictures. They follow an artistic vision. It's your story captured as a collection of art.
Professionalism.When you hire a CPP, you know you're getting someone who is willing to go the extra mile to deliver the best possible images. They are business owners who thrive on customer service and satisfaction, and they continuously aim to produce products that exceed your and their best expectations. These images are keepsakes whose stories you'll tell time and time again and treasure forever.
We are Alisha Cline, CPP and Joshua Cline, a spouse duo who founded our studio in 2009. We specialize creative and timeless portraits of babies, children, tweens, HS seniors, and pets as well as the heirlooms our clients display in their homes.
2017 Professional Photographers of South Carolina - State Competition - Open Photographic - Portrait, Men - 1st Place
2017 Professional Photographers of South Carolina - State Competition - Open Photographic - Portrait, Seniors - 3rd Place
2016 Professional Photographers of America International Photographic Competition - Open Portrait - Merit, General Collection (Child Portrait
2016 Professional Photographers of America International Photographic Competition - Open Portrait - Merit, General Collection (Pet Portrait
2014 Seniors and Youth National Conference - Award of Excellence - Graphic Design (Senior graduation announcement
2014 Seniors and Youth National Conference - Award of Excellence - Senior Portraits, Boy
I spent the week of March 25-31 in the hospital. I was having severe problems with balance, vision, concentration/speech, numbness, heat sensitivity, and muscle control on my left side. The doctors almost instantly suspected Multiple Sclerosis. After nearly 50 draws of blood, 450ml of steroids, 4 MRIs, a CT, EKG, EDG, a chest xray, spinal tap, optic nerve scans, and PT I was diagnosed with it. MS a life changing, autoimmune disease that is invisible to the naked eye, but can be devastating to those who have it. No one really understands what causes it... environment, genetics ??? We don't know. But what we do know is that it eats away at the coating around the nerves throughout the central nervous system. Much like if you were to kick a power cord of it's plastic coating - it works, but not so great. MS affects 400k people in the United States and while it's treatable there is no cure. Research has come a very long way to finding one; but because each of us who fight this illness show different signs that makes it very difficult to pin point an exact cause to cure.
To help find a cure for myself and my fellow warriors - I am doing this workshop to kick off my studio's donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Center of Atlantawhich is the non-profit research organization and medical center I visit to keep my MS in check. I hope you join my this summer for this fun filled class which will boost your confidence in lighting in studio and on location! Plus you get to see my super stylish cooling vest - you know can't miss that fashion statement! Call me to register, the $399 can be broken into 2 payment if needed.