Friday, October 31, 2014

Halloween Images from Biz Chicks Network

The people attend this ghoulish event to network but to also have some fun with the holiday Halloween theme that surrounded the room. Colorful ornaments and items were for sell and to eat. Each person had time to make an elevator pitch about their business. The guest Ben Alexander showed his video from the Shark Tank show which seen by millions of television viewer. He rans several companies and has expanded to different states. He was not pick on the show but he learned valuable experience. The audience in the room asked questions thorough out the event. He gave them his personal suggestion on what it takes to for be an profitable entrepreneur. He person were told to talk for only 2 minutes.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Burlesque for Breast Benefit for Breast Cancer Awareness

A review of Burlesque for Breasts event in Atlanta,Georgia to benefit I Will Survive,Inc at the Westside Cultural Arts Center. A variety of entertainment included dance,music, fashion show,fire dancing, body painting, and more. E37 Photography captured event produced by Stephanie Cottle.   
BURLESQUES FOR BREASTS by Ralph Williams on Exposure

Friday, October 24, 2014

Halloween Photography at Oakland Cemetery Atlanta, Georgia by E37 Photography

The photographer Ralph Williams took about 30 minutes or less to photograph model Patronia Bowen at the well known spot in town called Oakland Cemetery which is the resting place for some very established prominent citizen of the past in Atlanta, Georgia. On this bright sunny afternoon, we photographed in several areas. The color of the trees hint the season of autumn in the surrounding. Fortunately, the model wore something that would blend with the background of warm brown and green of the trees. The tombstones were usually in the backgrounds along with brick pathways. The interesting note is that we arrived just in time to quickly photograph the images and leave before the nightly visitors arrived to tour the grounds. This was my Halloween photography treat.

Mehron posted E37 Photography image of the 1st Winner of the N. American BodyPainting Competition

Special thanks to Mehron one of the companies who sponsored The Living Art America N. American competition in Atlanta, Georgia. E37 Photography photographed many of the body painting artist use their product hours before the judging. The final photography images were taken after the body painter had a chance to showcase their models body art work with who walked the runway. Notable judges like Craig Tracy, Scott Fray, and Madelyn Greco where on hand for this world class body painting events. Mehron is scheduled to appear in Atlanta at the PMAC conference which invites members who use makeup and body paint for weddings,movies,body painting, etc. E37 Photography plans to photograph this event. Local body painting artist Stephanie Anderson is schedule to attend. She also participated in the Living Art America.

This is a recent example of Stephanie Anderson work at the Burlesque for Breast Event held in Atlanta, Georgia. The fire performer was painted live for audience to view.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Our "Future Vision" BodyPainting Living Art America image by E37 Photography

Our "Future Vision" bodypainting entry for Living Art America "Bodies as works of art" North American Championship in Atlanta, Artists bodypainters Lana Chromium (San Diego CA) and Dewayne Flowers with model Jessica Desai for Living Art America championship. ‪#‎northamericabodypaintingchampionship‬ ‪#‎livingartamerica‬ ‪#‎bodiesasworksofart‬ ‪#‎bodypaint‬ ‪#‎bodyart‬ ‪#‎bodypainting‬ ‪#‎LAA‬ future vision, bodyart, bodypainting, the Chelko Foundation, LAA, bodypaint, make-up

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Living Art America N. American BodyPaint Competition BodyArt Atlanta, Georgia

The Living Art America N. American BodyPaint competition reviewed artists and models in two categories Emerging and Professional Categories judge by world famous Craig Tracy, Scott Fray and other well known artists.  Atlanta, Georgia hosted the event at the Georgia Train Depot located in downtown Atlanta. The Saturday event began from 10 am to 12am. The artists painted the models for over 5 hours till judging time. Afterwards the models on  performed on a long runway which featured acrobatics, skateboarding,ballet dance and much more action. In addition to the elaborate body painting the some models and performers wore elaborate head pieces. Some head pieces had lights on top or inside them. Each model performed to their prospective theme. The photographers captured artists who covered models with spray paint guns, and paint brushes. The models used earplugs to listen to music and spent time on cell phone to stay occupied while enduring the long session.

The photographs that follow show notable well known body painters who worked as judges.