19
Sep
LeahAndMark.com | Southeaster Railway Museum | Atlanta Photographers

Composition Exercises

– Posted by Mark I’ve been through this Internship six (6) times. It means that along with the high volume of shooting I do with just the paid gigs (weddings/family portraits/events) – I’m shooting almost every week with the Interns. Sometimes multiple times a week. And although it felt like I was pretty busy during […]

16
Sep

Friday by +Debra | It’s Not About Your Camera

 A great photograph is not about the camera that captured it.  The 6 inches (that’s your noggin I am referring too)  behind the lense is more valuable than the camera could ever be.  I have heard alot of people go on and on about cameras, and technical talk, and this, that, and the other.  I […]

15
Sep

Thursday by +Raven | You Don’t Have to Get Married

You don’t have to get married. Right now, or ever, if you don’t want to. I know. Sounds like blasphemy coming from a wedding photographer. But it’s true. There is no ticking clock, counting down until your expiration date. The time when you become unlovable, a spinster, destined to spend your life alone and lonely. […]

15
Sep
LeahAndMark.com | Atlanta Editorial Photographers

Dead Body Exercises

– Posted by Mark  You may have seen in previous blog entries where go on and on about how we shoot many different things. We don’t just photograph weddings, or babies, or family portraits. Our reasoning (and excuse) is that we think it helps to keep things fresh, and to make sure that we don’t get […]