Turning Negatives Into Positives: Our Quarantine Project

Since the COVID-19 shelter-in-place began, Andy Greenwell has been singularly focused on a project he calls “Turning Negatives Into Positives.” Like many people languishing at home in semi-quarantine, Andy is using his free time to sort through old photos.  But the number and subjects of his photos are like no other. The range of subjects…

Greenwell Photography Studio Reaches Major Milestone

Just 18 months after opening its location in Plymouth Township, Michigan, Greenwell Photography is celebrating the completion of its 200th photo session in the new studio.  The latest shoot was completed for its new client, Douglas J Salons, a high-end Michigan-based salon group that is poised to expand nationally. Featuring models from the Ford Models…

“I HATE having my picture taken!”: Five Tips for the Reluctant Subject

  “I don’t like having my picture taken!” Those are often the first words people say when they arrive for their photography session. Many people put off having their picture taken for years. They say they’re waiting until they lose weight or until summer when they have a tan or…. And time ticks by. There is no need…

Greenwell Photography Moves Longtime Farmington Hills Studio to Plymouth

Andy Greenwell, owner of Greenwell Photography Inc., said he’s always been tugged toward Plymouth. Now Greenwell has made the move, shifting his studio to Plymouth after spending 30 years in Farmington Hills. “I’ve always felt strangely drawn to Plymouth,” Greenwell said. “I call this attraction ‘the pull.'” In fact, most summer Friday nights find Greenwell prowling…
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Why Hire A Pro?

These days, everyone owns a digital camera. Technology abounds, the economy is terrible, and we live in a Do It Yourself society. So, many clients think they can take their own photos. After all, you just point and shoot, right? And if it doesn’t look good, “you can fix it in Photoshop.” Not so fast.…
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