You can hire Denise Batiste Photography to photograph:
weddings, engagement portraits and surprise proposals
headshots, family portraits, senior portraits and model/actor portfolios
parties, reunions, mitzvahs, graduations, baptisms, quinceaneras, conferences, showers, gender reveals, galas and funerals
product literature, real estate ads, magazine covers and books
Selecting a photographer to capture your special moments is an important decision. Sometimes there's just no chance for a "do-over". That's why you should choose a professional who is experienced and passionate about their work.
My parents gave me a camera as a Christmas gift when I was seven. I've loved working with photos ever since. In high school I enjoyed editing photos while working on the yearbook staff. In college I did summer internships at Eastman Kodak Company. I spent my lunch hours honing my skills by developing images on film as part of the Kodak Camera Club.
I started my professional photography career by photographing a fun couple in a beautiful, foliage-filled autumn-themed wedding in November 2003. Over the course of my career, I've photographed hundreds of weddings, events and portraits. I feel blessed to be asked to document key moments in people's lives.
I LOVE what I do & I've been told I have a warm personality. I bring a fresh energy to everything I photograph. I am passionate about using photography to capture moments that last a lifetime.
* Do you have a studio?
No. I shoot on location or outdoors in natural light.
* How long have you been in business?
19 wonderful years!
* Are you vaccinated?
Yes, I'm double-vaxxed & triple-boosted.
* Do you travel throughout New York State?
* Do you retouch the images you deliver?
* What payment options do you accept?
Cash, money orders and checks
* Have I seen your work anywhere?
My work has been published in numerous local & national magazines and newspapers along with a billboard and two books. I've also had my prints displayed in several photography exhibits including "A Day In The Life", "The Heart Gallery", "Kids Talk About Race" and "The RED Show".