Callynth Photography has been serving East Texas and beyond for ten years, becoming one of the top rated local photography businesses for the past five years. It moved to its new location (117 E. Erwin St.) in the heart of Tyler, on the square across from the courthouse three years ago.

With hundred-year-old brick walls, 13-foot ceilings, and swinging chandeliers on pulleys, Callynth Photography’s downtown studio is a fun, artistic, and versatile space. Clients are welcomed with drinks, treats, music, and the warm and winsome disposition of the proprietor whose name it bears.

Callynth aims not merely to capture memories, but to create them. A wet bar provides complimentary drinks to help relax clients who may be nervous about getting their pictures taken, or preoccupied with the cares of life. Pressure to perform and time constraints are removed and children are allowed to play so that shots are more organic and genuine.

Sessions may take place in the studio or outdoors. Callynth’ downtown location comes with easy access to a variety of East Texas background aesthetics ranging from developing small town urban chic to classic, historical Tyler. The green of East Texas summer, brightly colored fall leaves, woodsy winter tones, downtown brick streets, old buildings, and evening streetlights can all be components of the backdrops of Callynth’s timeless photos.

The back room of the studio houses Faces by Tasha. Tasha Meyer is a professional makeup artist and licensed esthetician who specializes in lash lifts, tinting, waxing, facials, and chemical peels. Clients who want their skin to be just right for shots can find out more and book with Tasha at facesbytasha.com.

Callynth does commercial photography, professional headshots, portraiture, events, photography workshops and private instruction.

The studio doubles as a small event venue as well with tabled seating for up to 40 or seating only for 60.