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Phil Cantor Photography is now offering a new service: Photo Restoration!

2020-04-21T13:14:38-04:00April 10th, 2020|assignments, Montclair, Photography|

You’ve had that box of old family photographs tucked away in a closet, gathering dust. Photographs of your parents, grandparents— memories that are LITERALLY fading away. Well, now that we’re all stuck at home all day, maybe it’s time to digitally restore those precious family heirlooms and bring them out of the closet.

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2019-11-13T17:55:43-05:00November 30th, 2019|assignments, Headshots, Montclair, New Jersey, Phil Cantor, Photography, portraits|

Behind the Scenes of another wonderful business portrait session. Amy is a school principal with a lot of style and energy!  We had a great time making a variety of photographs using all of my backdrops. Call now to learn more about BUSINESS HEADSHOTS.   Brought to you by Montclair, NJ Family and Headshot Portrait Photographer Phil Cantor.                    

BEHIND THE SCENES at a headshot session

2019-11-13T17:02:22-05:00November 16th, 2019|Corporate photography, creative, Family portraits, Headshots, Montclair, Phil Cantor, Photography|

Had a wonderful headshot portrait session with Kevin. (Why do you need a headshot???? Click here!) This is probably my favorite lighting set up for business headshots. Notice the small light behind his head, this is what’s known as the rim light, or edge light. It provides a beautiful outline around his figure allowing him to “pop” from the darker background and giving a much stronger shape to his form. Need a business or family [...]

Line of Work: A Gallery Exhibition of Portraits by Phil Cantor

2019-11-07T12:02:59-05:00May 10th, 2019|art photography, creative, Essex County, fine-art photography, Montclair, New Jersey, North Jersey, Northern New Jersey, Personal, Phil Cantor, Photography, portraits, Studio|

Opening June 1st, my latest personal art project will be on view at The Gallery at Berkshire Hathaway in Montclair, NJ. "LINE OF WORK" is a series of portraits highlighting the jobs that we choose for ourselves and how they shape us into who we are. The exhibit consists of over 40 portraits of working men and women who live or work near my studio in Montclair. I am drawing a straight line from this [...]