Rebecca Loebe Portraits!

With an ice storm, a quick trip to Mexico with the family, grocery stores that are finally restocked with bread and water…and a birthday, I suppose it is safe to say that 2011 is in full swing!

“Winter Storm 2011″ or “Snowpacolypse” as the locals seemed to prefer calling it, shut down Atlanta with the efficiency that…well, only ice or the “threat of ice” seems to be able to do. The kids in my neighborhood got a full week of no school and the streets were full of make-shift sleds and laughing people. All I wanted was my new harddrives that I had ordered the previous week to arrive. But alas, national courier services and the USPS do not seem to enjoy snow and ice. Undeterred, I went with my parents and brother on a much needed trip to warmer weather and relaxation. When I returned to my house on the 21st I was greeted by several brown boxes and got to have that Christmas morning feeling opening up my new drives for 2011! Of course, this also meant that I would be archiving some 30,000 images and reformatting drives and reloading operating systems and programs…but hey, why not start the new year with clean work flow and faster computer!!! Add that in with a personal new year and that brings us to here–being back in full work mode!

As I mentioned in my last post, I did a portrait shoot with indie folk singer Rebecca Loebe a few days after her recent show at Eddie’s Attic. We chose the East Atlanta Village as our stomping grounds for the day and had a blast exploring and shooting. We got a ton of fun shots and picking just a few for the blog proved to be me more difficult for me than I originally thought! I was finally able to narrow it down to the shots that I couldn’t live without sharing, so I hope you enjoy them as much I enjoyed taking them!





If you ever have the chance to see Rebecca play or meet her, you notice immediately that she is chock full of personality and it definitely shows in these shots!



This colorful wall outside of The Earl caught our attention and provided a nice contrast to the other locations and this awesome jacket she had.





This old Chevy provided a great opportunity for a quick make-up check and shot!



If there is one thing that I love, it’s old buildings! We spent a great deal of time at this location and would’ve stayed longer, but sunset was quickly approaching.







Leaves provide fun and a quick accessory!






The above picture may be my favorite shot of the day.


And this may be a close second!





We got a few fun shots with this stage, and may have to return here soon for more!

Again, I had a great time with this shoot. This is the sort of thing that got me into photography to begin with…hanging out with great people and walking around interesting places taking pictures. Any day that involves that is an awesome day! Feel free to check out more of them on the Chameleon Red Facebook page!

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  1. Jason
    Posted February 5, 2011 at 1:26 pm | Permalink

    These look frickin awesome!

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