Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Photography classes

Photography classes for January-February 2007 will be offered at The Art School in Sandy Springs. Classes meet each Wednesday from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. for six weeks. Class topics will benefit both beginner and advanced amateur photographers. For more information, please email me at or call 770 720-8179. To enroll, go to

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Giles and Dean

Giles and Dean chose to do their engagement session at the Square in Canton. Because it was the day after Thanksgiving, we had the square all to ourselves. And we made the most of this opportunity.
The couple will be married in December.

Jennifer & Andrew

Jennifer and Andrew had their first date in the ninth grade. Now they are both Georgia Tech students. Since Andrew is on the football team, we were able to shoot part of their engagement session at Grant Field. Their wedding will be next May.

Kirstan and Michael

It was such a beautiful day when I met with Kirstan and Michael for their engagement session. I feel certain it will be just as beautiful next May when the couple exchanges vows.
A few of my favorites.

Mandy & Adam

Mandy and Adam both live in Chicago. We shot their engagement session when they were in town recently visiting family and friends. The couple will be married in Roswell next February.

Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Sohen & Eric

Before exchanging vows at the Ravinia Club in Duwoody, Sohen and Eric posed for several pictures in Cambodian costumes. The evening wedding was followed by a very lively reception.
A few favorites.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Photographers: Canon 300mm f4 lens

Diane and I have always been committed to having the best possible equipment for any situation. Last year, we purchased a Canon 300mm lens. We soon realized that this is too much lens for most weddings. As a result, it stayed home most weekends. But recently, we photographed a wedding at the historic St. Luke's Episcopal Church on Peachtree Street (see previous post). Of course, we were required to shoot the ceremony from the balcony only. As you can see from these photos, the 300mm saved the day. The fisheye image gives you an indication of the size of the sanctuary. The 300mm got us really close to the ceremony.
By the way, my photography class at The Art Studio in Sandy Springs begins in January. The deadline for enrollment is December 8. For all the details, please go to

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Ellen & Mark

Ellen and Mark exchanged vows at the historic St. Luke's Episcopal Church on Peachtree Street. A wonderful reception followed at the Atlanta Botanical Garden. These are a few of my favorites.