As thousands of students across the Albuquerque area gear up to make the transition from summer vacation to another year of academia, parents are met with growing anticipation of the potential the coming session's school portraits may hold in store. Students from elementary to high school endure levels of anxiety in this regard yet for different reasons than guardians. Most people have had an unflattering school picture taken of themselves and this can have a negative impact on how people see themselves. —
This dilemma is old news to the staff of Albuquerque-based photography studio Moji. Having focused on allaying these concerns for youngsters for some time now, owner-operator Paul Jew has launched the studio's latest public service effort. Explained Jew, "We're proud to announce the launch of our new website to better cater to our clients. Moji means 'to remember', and we feel our purpose is to capture our customers in the best possible light to preserve positive memories that last a lifetime. With our redesigned site, we are now able to further facilitate this process for all our visitors."
Sources indicate the overall purpose of this website revamp is to offer organizations a more user-friendly experience when scheduling their professional photography sessions as well as during the ordering phase of their journeys. Individual tabs clearly accommodate elementary and middle schools, high school seniors, sports leagues, clubs, churches, businesses and fund raising circles alike. Venue choice is also among the company's newly simplified online options.
Aside from standardized group and individual photos, family portraits are additionally included in Moji's realm of expertise. Moji's mission is to create visually stunning portraits for families that are both fun, flattering and affordable. This is accomplished by advising people on the best types of clothes and colors to wear, using state of the art diffused lighting equipment and techniques, composing the image so that it is pleasing to the eye, eliciting great expressions and making the photo session fun. In addition, Moji has a world class digital photo retouching department.
Concluded Jew, "Our passion is capturing those special moments, giving families memories to look back on whether they're full family sessions, infant and school photos, meaningful senior portraits, soccer poses or any other needs our clients may present to us. We're proud to continue offering the same high quality service upon which we built our reputation and hope our new website will make the process a great deal faster and easier for those in our community. Anyone interested in learning more about us may Google My Business Page. We also encourage the public to check out our Facebook Page to find out about upcoming events."
Albuquerque-based Moji Studios is owned and operated by Paul Jew, brother of Albuquerque photographer Kim Jew. Together, the duo propelled their parent company Kim Jew Photography into one of the largest independently owned studios in the country. Paul was instrumental in diversifying the business to cater to high school seniors, schools, athletic teams, churches and families. This growth necessitated a spin off able to focus all its attention on serving these markets; thus, Moji was born in 2013.
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