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Hot Mama!

Not everyone is comfortable in their own skin, let alone share it with those they barley know to see. Then there are those who are willing to take a shot in the dark and that's just what mother of one Felicia did. One form of photography that offers its challenges is Boudoir Photography, especially with a regular girl like Felicia. No model here, just a laid back girl with a beautiful daughter, that she loves to converse about. She took great direction and relaxed just enough to fight though her nervousness while allowing me to capture her. She hasn't spent much time in front of a professional camera or setting for that matter, although you would never be able to tell.

James

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Felicia Moore

Felicia Moore

A small slice of Havana

I got the opportunity to shoot with a couple models over the weekend prior to their fashion show at Havana Club located in Buckhead (Atlanta,GA). It's always fun to meet new faces and bump into old friends. The turn out brought new opportunities and the location offered unique shoots to be taken. I definitely had a great time and I'm sure other did too. Here are a couple images from the other night.

James

High fives, good drinks, memory cards and cameras!

We hit one of the most unique spots in Atlanta. Apache Cafe! Myself and several other photographers, models, painters, sketchers and the like met up for a classic night of artistry. Just in case you aren't aware I can't draw.....at all......so I stuck with the camera, lenses and lighting. I had the pleasure of working with Kelli Rea hopefully we can bring more to the table in the near future. I will share some other awesome images and models from this night soon.

James

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Helping Hands

A couple days ago a fellow photographer, Shoccara Marcus asked if I could assist her with a lighting setup. Well today is that day. She will be shooting some amazing dance students. Some photographers don't wish to ever be anyones assistant. "We work very definitely." Some days she's my assistant and other days I am hers. I share this relationship with other photographers as well. Collectively we all become stronger as we learn from each other.

James