August 31, 2010

Tessa | Atlanta Portrait Photography

So these are a couple months old, but I have a lot of shots from the past year or so that I would like to add to this blog. I feel I need upload as much as I can, and while I am excited about the opportunities I have coming up very soon, I do like a lot of my previous work and hopefully you might as well.

This is my lovely wife, Tessa. It took a few weeks of to finally convince her to join me at this location to do a shoot. If you are an Atlanta native, you might recognize it. It is City Hall East in midtown. The opportunities to shoot in this place are endless, as evidenced by the fact that it has been the set for many movies over the years. During this session I wanted to work on different natural lighting situations, like silhouettes, and stop motion shots. I truly enjoy photographing my wife, even if she doesn't quite share my enthusiasm! Nah, she does enjoy it. But I hope that our kids and their kids one day can look at these and see how beautiful she is!
























11 comments:

Nessa K said...

Love love love all the motion in this post.

Dennis Pike said...

These are great, I love all the backlit shots, you rocked them... and I feel your pain, it's difficult to try to get my wife to pose for me

Icy lazare photography said...

Nice set...The sitting down one is full of attitude...Great shot...

Ryan Brenizer said...

Your wife is gorgeous, and you guys must have had lots of fun with this. Everything comes together perfectly in that first one especially.

Daniel Ha said...

Great use of lighting and movement. Thanks for sharing!

Leah Muse said...

Lucky you for such a beautiful wife and lucky Tessa for such a talented husband! Wonderful pictures.

Alyssa Schroeder said...

These are amazing! Love the compositions. She is stunning.

Tracy Morter said...

Oh your wife has such beautiful eyes! Wonderful pictures.

/mariahedengren said...

Wow, cool location. So many awesome shots. She is beautiful...

Kat Braman said...

first one is perfection. the whole post is, but especially that one.

Derek said...

Amazing session! Love the color scheme, location and your composition!