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Posts Tagged ‘DornBrothers Photography’

“Exploring Light & Shadow” -A post by Proxy.

"Exploring Light & Shadow" -A post by Proxy.

On the Westside of downtown Atlanta, on Peters street, in the Big House gallery, stringing across the curves of the room, across the walls, doors, and windows, the shadows slide in.  The next block up street vendors and performance artists hastily put together last minute details with the news of possibly 10,000 people predicted to […]


“With great “Stache”, comes Great Responsibility”

“With great "Stache", comes Great Responsibility”

It probably goes without saying, but I probably should say it anyway; “With great Stache, comes great responsibility”.   An untamed, unkempt, mustache is like having a loose cannon on your face.  It’s unpredictable, it could go off at any moment, it could take control, say things… then blame it on you.  A mustache gone […]


14 Months in the EAV, The Village Calendar Rolls Out.

14 Months in the EAV, The Village Calendar Rolls Out.

2013 Village Calendar Slideshow from Dorn Brothers Productions on Vimeo. How did it start?  Well, you know, much like everything else…  A conversation was started over a part for a dune buggy that stemmed from the question of “who’s wife cut’s my sister-in-law’s hair?”  This naturally eased into “damn it’s hot this summer”, which, in […]


2013 Village Calendar

2013 Village Calendar

The 14 month East Atlanta Village Calendar is now here and ready to roll! Shot, Produced, & Printed in the East Atlanta Village, the calendar is 12×18 full color & UV coated. It features many of the business owners, patrons, and personalities of the East Atlanta Village. A portion of sales go to Branan Towers […]


The Cayman Assignment

The Cayman Assignment

“The Cayman Assignment” Travis and I were on our way to a job when I got the call.  It was a girl’s voice and she sounded pretty excited. “Nate! Please tell me you’re not booked on the 24th of March!”  She obviously knew me because she called me by name. I had recently changed phones and […]


Look’en might good in them All American jeans.

Look’en might good in them All American jeans.

All American Cotton When I first considered becoming a professional photographer/videographer, my lofty dreams immediately went to Annie Leibovitz, Terry Gilliam, and photographing girls on the beach.   Granted, I’m no Gilliam or Leibovitz and shooting girls on the beach is not as dreamy as it seems… Though they do make for pretty pictures and it’s […]


V/H/S/, Atlanta, and The Sundance Film Festival

V/H/S/, Atlanta, and The Sundance Film Festival

V/H/S Update   From scream to screen in just over 8 months V/H/S is causing the same ruckus in the film world as it did at Sundance.   V/H/S  became #1 on iTunes Horror, it was listed in the top “20 Movies to see this Oscar Season” by the Atlantic, Rolling Stone calls V/H/S the FALL’S *GNARLIEST* […]


“Orphaned Images”

"Orphaned Images"

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” -Aristotle Oh orphans.  Those loose ends, mistakes, those leftovers we find after all is done and it’s time to sweep up.  What do we do with them?  Where should they live?  Where should we place these renegade creations? These are […]


Riding with “Ghost”. On the Highway from Atlanta to Asheville

Riding with “Ghost”.   On the Highway from Atlanta to Asheville

“Ghost Images” Behind the scenes images from the award winning short film Ghost of Old Highways. from Dorn Brothers Productions on Vimeo. The LA Premier of “Ghost of Old Highways” would be pretty hard to top, but we brought it home to Atlanta where Christopher Campbell (DP) negotiated a few venues then led the charge […]


Spring in Full Fling

Spring in Full Fling

Winter always seems like a time of regrouping.  Once the holidays have passed and the leftovers are digested; we’re left with a bluish cloudy grey funk that seems to cover everything.  This got me thinking about color a bit more then usual and I wanted to try something different.  I had a simple idea in my head: […]


A Year In Review

A Year In Review

It’s the beginning of a new year and what have we learned?  Well, life doesn’t get any easier, but it certainly gets more interesting.  It seems a lot of people scoff at the idea of making resolutions or joke about the practicality of actually keeping them.  Yes, there are some of us that have the […]


Family Time in California,

Family Time in California,

Family Time in California, I promised myself that I’d take a few vacations this year, mostly to visit and catch up with old friends.  My first trip came early in the summer when I flew down to Naples FL.  It was here, where an old high school buddy of mine and I were able to talk up […]


New Adventures in Advertising

New Adventures in Advertising

The Sea Press is a beautifully put together publication for local business owners along Florida’s 30-A.  It truly is an advertising book of art, and certainly a creative way of promoting yourself.  Photographer, Tommy Crow put the concept together and in only it’s 2nd year running, it’s gotten a tremendous response. In a day where […]


The Chronicles of Follicles Recapitulation

The Chronicles of Follicles Recapitulation

Chapter one of The Chronicles of Follicles has come to a close and we couldn’t be happier with the results.  People from all backgrounds gathered together in harmony to bask in the aura of Man’s hairy gift; the beard.  Being a DornBrothers project, Nate and I felt much pride knowing that we had done our […]


The Chronicles of Follicles Photo Project

The Chronicles of Follicles Photo Project

A man’s face can grow it’s own art.  It is a canvas for which the owner can decide how he wants to present himself.  Obviously some men have more to work with than others (which can be a either a blessing or a curse).  Why grow facial hair? Why not? The associations and stereotypes that […]


“DRAGONS AND HAWKS COLLIDE AT PARKSIDE ELEMENTARY”

"DRAGONS AND HAWKS COLLIDE AT PARKSIDE ELEMENTARY”

“DRAGONS AND HAWKS COLLIDE AT PARKSIDE ELEMENTARY” Atlanta Hawks’ forward Joe Smith took a little time off to go to Parkside Elementary last March to read “How To Train Your Dragon”. This was the first time I’d been back in an elementary school since, well,  I don’t remember.  Although things have changed quite a bit, […]


“PossumDiva” -Heather Luttrell

"PossumDiva" -Heather Luttrell

“PossumDiva” -Heather Luttrell The very talented singer, songwriter, and blues woman Heather Luttrell recently contacted me to help her out with some new promotional photos for her upcoming album and tour.   At the time I wasn’t very familiar with her music or the style of photography she needed, but as she began to explain what […]