This is an abandoned homestead near Davidson College. Amazing to think that a family once lived out their lives there. Now, it is overgrown, ragged and all but completely on the ground. So I ventured out and decided to have some creepy fun with it as the setting for some grim reaper type imagery. So with a cloak, noose and the death of winter surrounding me, this is what I created.
Too cool not to share some. Peyton is starting out in modeling and needed some images for her portfolio. We spent an afternoon together to explore her talent. She was very energetic, fun and professional. I loved working with her!
Kayla wanted a sexy Maternity Session to show how beautiful pregnancy can be. We enjoyed an afternoon at a friend’s studio. The barn and field were great locations and I loved the hint of sunset we were able to incorporate.
It was wonderful to spend a little time in downtown Marietta photographing this couple, soon to be joined by Lanie. I am very much looking forward to the Newborn Session that will take place shortly after her arrival. See the full session at: http://coryographix.zenfolio.com/kathy-paul
We had a wonderful time at the Goat Farm in Atlanta during this sunset Engagement Session.
Here are some of my images from a photography adventure with the Cherokee Photography Club.
I recently purchased a Fujifilm X100S. It is a great camera to carry around and to just have fun with. Shortly after getting it, we had a snow storm in the Atlanta Metro area. This gave me the opportunity to walk around our frozen neighborhood and make a some nice images. Enjoy!