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Introducing | Season [SeVen]

30 Jan ’12
Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship

After two weeks of Intern Applications, and then a crazy 36 hours for the 2nd round Applications – we finally arrived with our list of 8 interns… which turned into 7 interns – which is completely appropriate since this is the Seventh Season of our Internship.

We also moved into a new studio space at the Atlanta Goat Farm – a mid-Victorian industrial site on 12 Acres with 12 turn of the century brick structures. What we lose as far as indoor studio space (our last one had roughly 10,000,000 square feet) we gain in… ridiculously amazing outdoor shooting areas (the Walking Dead and a few other productions film there every now and then.) We’ve actually photographed at the Goat Farm several times in the past:

[Blood Wedding] [Clockwork Carnival] [Back Alley Food Photos] [Low Country Boil] [Lighting 102]

Some are brand new applicants, some applied four times, and some took +Jo out for drinks to be here. Whatever it takes.

Oh yeah. This is Season [SeVen]

Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship

They’re all standing in the ‘set’ designed by our new stylist – LoriGami. Um. What you see up above with the 7 Interns is what it looks like when the lights are all turned ON. What you see below is what it looks like when we do our jobs and make the lights look like something worth seeing.

Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship | LoriGami

LoriGami’s going to be working with us throughout the season, designing and styling a few more shoots. She’s a professional stylist that works on you know, serious photoshoots – so we’re ridiculously fortunate to have her on our team. (We’ll do a proper intro post later this week.)

Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship | LoriGami

(Just a note about this light setup. LoriGami created the shadow of the pirate ship to show up on the back wall – and originally our lights were overpowering it. So we used a softbox, and feathered the light just enough to ‘light’ Lindsay (the model) and control the spill and not washout the pirate ship shadow. If you refer to the photo up above with the Interns – you can see that we didn’t have much ‘room’ to work with – only about a foot between Lindsay and the back wall. So the light had to be sharply cut and controlled. I think it worked out.)

Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship | LoriGami

And now…

Introducing Season [SeVen] (click here to view all of their blogs)

Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship | Elaine
Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship | Edwin Kang
Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship | Marie-Alice Menager
Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship | Erik Meadows
Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship | Matthew Druin
Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship | Krista Iacono-Turner
Atlanta Photographer | LeahAndMark.com | Photography Internship | Nnenna John

 

 

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3 Comments

  • Reply Lorigami 30 Jan ’12 at 2:55 pm

    Thanks Mark! This season is going to be fantastic!

  • Reply Elle Sunkara 30 Jan ’12 at 9:31 pm

    Awesome! Hope to work with this set of fantasticks :)).

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