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Casual Elegance Photography® has earned a reputation in the industry since the year 2000 for providing clients across the country, and as far away as Europe, with a comfortable, professional environment for their Boudoir, Glamour, and Artistic Nude photo sessions, and for the outstanding results that are produced.
Atlanta boudoir photographer Mark Anderson, owner of Casual Elegance Photography®, is a published artistic and commercial photographer based in Roswell Georgia, USA. Although he specializes in Boudoir, Glamour, and Artistic Nude Photography, he is equally involved in commercial photography, model and actor headshot photography, and model portfolio development. Mark has spent many hours working free of charge with up and coming models and makeup artists to help them get established within the industry. He has written articles on model safety and has co-sponsored model training sessions. He has also instructed fellow photographers in the use and techniques of Photoshop. Especially interested in lighting techniques, Mark has become well known with clients, models and photographers alike for the unique way he lights his subjects, and his constantly evolving lighting skills. Photographer colleagues have graciously referred to him as “a master of lighting”.
As a result of his deep appreciation of the human form, passion for photography and art, respect for his clients, and his friendly, easygoing manner, Mark’s photo sessions are comfortable, relaxed and fun experiences for his clients. They are always thrilled with their images and often come back for additional sessions (Please see our Testimonials at our website http://www.casualelegancephotography.com).
Mark’s interest in photography began as a child when his mother gave him his first camera. Throughout his teenage years he dabbled in various photographic styles, and even got Ruth, his then girlfriend, and now wife of 43 years, involved in his hobby. He shot his first wedding in 1972 and won his first national photography contest in 1973. Now the father of two grown sons, with 7 grandchildren ages 2 to 15 years old, Mark is anxious to pass on his knowledge of photography to a whole new generation. He can already see the spark in his oldest grandson and one of his granddaughters.