Hour-long photo sessions with Montenero's sensualist shutterbugs yield tasteful, alluring images. Sprightly retro pin-ups recall a time when exposed knees were thought to incite Communism, while more concupiscent boudoir photos awaken subjects' latent sultriness while they pout, preen, and lounge in lingerie. Budding vixens can choose between either a shoot at the photographers' Lawrenceville studio or one within the comfort of their own homes, finally unlocking the eroticism lurking within old leather recliners or double-basin bathroom sinks. Basic retouching services are included with the deal, which is personalized according to each subject's areas of confidence and results in an 8"x10" print.
The mind tends to tamper with memories, embellishing elements while skirting around the fine details. Mega Pixels’s team of creative photographers knows that details are what make memories spring to life, what cause long-forgotten stories to be remembered and relived. They yearn to capture those details and hidden stories in every image they frame, wrangling symmetry, texture, depth of field, and a clever use of line into evocative shots. On-location photo shoots lead the photographers throughout Georgia and neighboring states to destinations chosen by their clients, who pose during scenic wedding shoots, graduation shoots, and portraits for the cover of their upcoming novel about a boy who learned to be more sensitive.
Mike Moreland's portfolio bursts apart at the seams with the work of more than 15 years in architecture, fashion, and advertising photography. The award-winning photographer's three-hour workshops, typically lead by two–four expert shutterbugs, teach neophytes and hobbyists the tricks and tools to snap professional-grade shots. After 45 minutes of instruction, students spend just over two hours honing their burgeoning skills, capturing images on their own DSLRs or with a chisel and stone tablet. Guests walk out of the sessions knowing how to manipulate light sensors, how to adjust shutter speeds with a special emphasis on nature photography, and the basics of studio lighting, wedding portraiture, and shooting in urban settings. Read the FAQ to learn more.
The flashbulbs inside Moments in Time Photography’s studio spark to capture the moments in time that photographer Margaret A. Lemke creatively orchestrates. Amid her studio’s professional lights and backdrops, she snaps photos of everything from group portraits to boudoir photo shoots. She also brings her gear to various area locations to capture high-school-senior portraits, engagement photo shoots, or to teach her camera how to climb a tree.
Michael Drewitz's eyes are in high demand. Since opening his studio in 1980, the award-winning photographer has been booked to inspire other expert shutterbugs, speaking at engagements for the Northwest Georgia Professional Photographers Association and the Tennessee Professional Photographers Association. His flair with a lens has also nabbed him a job from former Georgia Governor Roy Barnes—Michael snapped stills of the politician's daughter inside the governor's mansion. His reputation for sophisticated shots stems in part from his time at the University of Memphis, where he studied art. Today, this training enables him to both plan and retouch images with creative cleverness.
Michael's wedding shoots combine formal and more casual poses, and his corporate portraits frame subjects against dignified backgrounds, such as bookcases or a conference room where even the table is wearing a tie. He also preserves images of family groups and children, from infancy to high-school graduation. With a variety of portrait finishes, he can imbue his creations with the look of a renaissance oil painting, adding an ethereal or classic ambiance through practiced brushstrokes.