A gallery of my work organized by year.
Every year my wife and I host several friends who come into Atlanta to attend DragonCon. Finally, after several years of just not having a moment to spare before, during or after, this lovely lady and I managed to carve out barely an hour for a quick shoot before she had to dash for the airport for her flight home.
Back in June of 2011, I had a fun couple of hours in the studio with two of my favorite models from that year. I’ve gotten a higher percentage of good shots out of that session than just about any other that year. A couple of those images even became the centerpiece of three different gallery shows.
As anyone who follows my work knows, I’ve spent a good portion of this year going back over my entire body of work and pulling out those gems that just did not have the tools or techniques to polish at the time. I also have been revisiting the “finished” pieces to see if I can get just that little bit of extra shine from them. This shoot is one of those that I have gotten both new images to show and been able to really refine the quality on some of the ones already deemed “finished”.
Only one of the shots I worked on tonight is work safe and you can see it up top. The rest are behind the fold. As always, use your discretion when viewing.
Back in 2011 I posted this shot of Jessica and a few people asked me to detail how I accomplished it and how much editing it took. I realized that I never actually made that post. So, here’s that post.