Douglasville Ga

When you know your model is LEGIT

Me and a couple of photog friends were scouting models for a weekend shoot. We already confirmed one and were casually looking for a possible second. Mychael reached out and messaged a model who said she was from New Jersey and would be in town over the weekend. She wanted to meet up with local photogs to shoot.

Fast forward to the day of the shoot and everything's going as planned. Shoot #1 is just about over and Mychael shows up with the out of town model. Now after lugging gear around this park and a few outfit changes we are beat! Shaheedah Miles shows up and shows out! She immediately asks for music and begins to move and contort her body from one beautiful pose  into the next. 

Click the pic to see what I was able to capture. Shaheedah whenever your in town we have to do it again. 

IG: https://www.instagram.com/shaheedamiles/

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The Snowmageddon that wasn't 2 of 52

Atlanta is an interesting place to live when a winter storm has been announced. Schools will be closed, some won't have to work, you'll be warned not to not drive and most important you may want buy meat and bread as soon as possible before the shelves are emptied.

My preparation for Snowpocalypse was different. I charged my batteries and planned on getting out as soon as the sun came up to capture unbothered snow. I hoped to get a shot of either a totally empty interstate or a roadway full of cars abandoned by their owners in order to save their lives. (We can be a little overdramatic when it comes to snow) 

The end result was NOTHING like meteorologist predicted at least in my area it wasn't. I woke up to find the ground barely covered. I mean you cant even call it a dusting. Hours later I went outside and I saw a good opportunity for my photo project. I give you Week 2 of 52. 

 

D700/50mm Afs

My cant do 365/52 week project post 1

Here she is pic 1 of 52. I will admit after deciding to do this my mind was spinning on what to shoot first! Should I shoot at 1.8 and show big beautiful bokeh? Should I go black & white for a dramatic look? Naaaaa, I was about to sabotage this project before it really begun. I then went and picked up my D700 which I haven't used in months(notice the durrty sensor). I went outside and simply took a shot. I ended up taking 3, my camera was set to bracket shots.

D700 Tamron 17-35 @ 17mm f/13 Manual 3 shots merged.