Jan 24, 2011

Jan 13, 2011

Photo Workshop This Weekend | Atlanta GA Photography Workshops

This Saturday I'm holding my first Photo Workshop of the year in Cumming. It's not too late to join! Spots are open, and since we will be a small group, you'll have more one-on-one time with me! Here are the details:

Portrait Photo Workshop
Saturday, January 15, 2011
1:30-4:00 in Cumming, GA

Minimum 3 attendees, maximum 10. $45.00 per person
(Price includes a non-refundable retainer of $20.00.)

It's not just a fancy camera that makes a great photograph, but the person behind that camera as well. Here's your chance to seriously improve your composition, knowledge, and experience with portrait photography. The best part of the workshop is getting a chance to shoot with me and some models while I help you get great shots in real time. Awesome! Bring your digital camera (point-and-shoot or DSLR) and dress for the weather because we're shooting indoors and outdoors! 

Use the Contact page to let me know if you want to join in.

Jan 10, 2011

January Snow | Atlanta GA Photographer

It's snowing in Atlanta and my son thinks his train is perfect for the "train tracks" left by cars on the road.

Jan 6, 2011

Christmas Gifts | Custom Canvas Print and Wall Portraits

Now that Christmas is over, I can share some of the beautiful photography gifts we were able to give this Christmas. The first is a custom 30" x 16" custom canvas from my family's shoot this summer. Gorgeous! My parents live in the midwest, so I didn't even get to see the canvas before it was shipped to them. Fortunately, it turned out beautifully. Maybe someday I'll have a chance to see it in person!

The next set of gifts was two framed wall portraits of my grandparents and my aunt. They are the only family we have nearby, so we've become especially close. Their house is filled with family portraits, but no really recent ones of them. So, when Thanksgiving time came and I took their pictures, I knew that a wall portrait for each of them would be a great gift. I had the metallic prints mounted and sprayed so they didn't need glass in the frame and the linen texture would be visible. They loved them!

 Here's how it looked in the frame: