This deal invites you to choose from three classes. The What Does This Button Do? class works through the camera's essential functions; Why Do My Shots Stink? covers the basic elements of composition and creativity; and I See the Light! is a crash course in how to utilize the lighting that’s available to you. Byars caps each class at around 10 students so that she can spare individual attention for each and every participant. The first hour of the course is lecture and the second involves hands-on picture-shooting practice. Classes are offered Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in the morning and early afternoon. Check the schedule for individual class times. As the scheduled sessions fill up, additional times and dates will be added.
DR Photo Studio's celebrity photographer DeWayne Rogers, who developed his aesthetic chops as Director of Television for Rolling Out magazine, lavishes everyday women with star appeal during one-hour boudoir photo shoots. Having honed his technique shooting Beyoncé, Alicia Keys, and Queen Latifah, Rogers knows how to capture women’s best angles and ignore crowds clamoring for autographs. After a professional makeup application that dramatizes subjects' best features, Rogers spends 60-minutes capturing classy, seductive poses similar to the ones in his online gallery while subjects sip champagne. A lightly retouched 8”x10” print commemorates the session, making a loving gift for a romantic partner or an awkward gift for a favorite dentist.
It's not every photographer who can list National Geographic on their resume, but Don Sparks has that distinction. He worked there as a photographer/editor at the young age of 22, eventually leaving to expand his skill set within various photo studios across D.C.. At Boudoir Photography of Atlanta, Sparks channels two decades of experience into one role: boudoir photographer. But while his style may be singular, his sessions are never stagnant. Each one is tailored to suit varying comfort levels and any food allergies that prevent the saying of "cheese." They feature custom backgrounds—from solid-colored backdrops to a tulle-festooned bed—and lighting that minimizes imperfections. The result is a saucy, powerful image that clients can treasure for years to come.
Snapdragon shutterbug Jennifer Schwartz has been snapping mugs, as well as faces, for more than 15 years. Jennifer's own two youngsters have taught her how to work flexibly with time-pressed families, so she specializes in capturing the captivating spontaneity of expectant mothers, playful tikes, four-legged friends, training montages, and notoriously difficult-to-photograph vampire toddlers.
StudioWed is a collection of Atlanta's finest wedding vendors. Meet with a photographer over coffee in the morning and enjoy a glass of wine as you chat with a florist in the afternoon. Best of all, there's no cost to you to use StudioWed's services.