Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Baby in a Lightbox

Putting a baby in a lightbox may sound like a very unconventional way to photograph an infant less than 6 months old, but it worked perfectly. If that was not strange enough, we put little Dani in a salad bowl too. This is the age where babies are just starting to sit up for seconds at a time. The bowl gave her just enough support to sit up straight, and it will be a wonderful reminder of how tiny she is now. Our plan is to photograph her every few months for the first few years to record her growth.

Sunday, May 17, 2009

Atlanta Photographer's Guild

I finally made it to the popular biweekly APG meetings where I met some very interesting and nice photographers. The models are provided and everyone gets a chance to practice their technique and learn from others. For more info, check out their Flickr Group.

Here are some photos that I took that night:

Saturday, May 16, 2009

BugBand New Catalog for 2009

View the 2009 BugBand Catalog
I gave BugBand Geraniol Insect Repellent a facelift during the redesign of their catalog and retail product line. The packaging and displays were made to emphasize the fact that the repellent is made from naturally-derived ingredients, not pesticides.

To see the catalog PDF, click here. To learn more about BugBand, check out their website at: www.BugBand.net

Mother's Day Baby Portrait of Dani

Michelle came by my office today wanting to get a quick photo to give all her "mothers" for Mother's Day. Caught off guard, what was I supposed to do? I ended up throwing the kid in a box of packing peanuts so she could sit up and making something out of nothing.

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Corporate Portaits and Posters for Kimberly-Clark Safety Program

More and more frequently, clients are looking for a Graphic Design firm that can handle all of their graphic design needs from start to finish. At Graphic Works that often includes shooting the photography to be used in our graphic designs projects.

This poster includes photos of real Kimberly-Clark employees for their Safety Program. For more information on Graphic Works, check out our web site at www.GraphicWorksAtlanta.com