DCP GlamourPhotographer Male Dunwoody, Georgia, US
My Website: 500px Glamour ProfileMy MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/dcfun
Mayhem # 2459203
About MeLast updated 6/5/16
A little about me:
My name is David. I'm originally from California and moved to the Atlanta area in 1998. I also spent a few years in Korea, where I first became interested in photography.
I shot quite a bit when I was overseas, but haven't worked with any models since I came back to Atlanta. I'm looking forward to getting back into it!
I'm not a pro. Photography is my creative outlet, an opportunity to work with someone to strive to make beautiful art. I do trade work with models who are trying to strengthen their portfolio. If you want quality work that you can be proud of and that will lead you to work with real professionals, then give me a try.
More than anything else, I love bringing out each person's unique personality in photos and I want us both to have fun doing it. For this reason, I don't find a model to fit my plan, I make a plan to fit the model. Make sense?
This is where YOU come in!
You're energetic and responsive. You can take direction and also have ideas of your own. If you have a creative streak or just love showing off for the camera, I want to work with you! Collaboration between the photographer and the model is fun and it shows in the quality of the photos.
Let's meet for coffee and talk about it.
I'll respond quicker if you email me directly at email@example.com.
(**Please see my Credit Notes section below for my escort policy**)
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Credit NotesMany of the names have changed, but here are the Mayhem models I've worked with:
Nellwyn (Mayhem #2639598)
Jane Smith (Mayhem #2008790)
JackTuxedoKat (Mayhem #2867156)
Brenda AZ (Mayhem #2589480)
Di La Rossa (Mayhem #2665778)
Deanna L (Mayhem #389562)
I didn't want to put this in my main profile section, but it's important enough to make clear up front, so I've added it here.
Yes, yes, I know. This is a very divisive subject and everyone has a strong opinion about it. I understand your concern for your safety. I get it. No one should ever feel unsafe. But female models aren't the only ones at risk. My safety is important to me too.
Which do you think is more likely to happen: a model being raped or murdered by a photography with a very public profile, or a photographer being robbed by an anonymous escort?
Many photographers work out of their homes. When we're working with a model, we're focused on our interaction with her and not on making sure her escort is keeping his hands to himself. There are been many, many stories of stolen equipment and other items. Funny how there are so few stories of models getting raped.
If nothing else, the presence of someone else in the room provides a distraction when all the attention should be between the model and the photographer.
When we work together, you'll have my name and number. If we work out of my home, you'll have my address. You're welcome to bring a friend to check out the place BEFORE WE SHOOT. You know, to make sure I don't have a secret dungeon or something. And my cat loves meeting people. Your friend is welcome to wait OUTSIDE while we work, if that makes you feel better. You're welcome to take frequent breaks to check in with whomever you like to let them know you haven't been murdered yet.
Above all else, CHECK MY REFERENCES! If you're still afraid to work alone, then we won't have a working chemistry anyway and you'll be better off working with another photographer.
Thank you for understanding!