Upcoming Projects

Charmar Graphics often has the need to test equipment or studio techniques. Some photographs that I have taken before, can be done better. Others can use a different twist, such as a change of background or a different lighting technique. And most of these redos require the help of models. Charmar offers Time for Prints, Portfolios or Pay for models that help on our projects, primarily based of the experience & requirements of the model. Though there are only one or two images of men in the galleries, guys are welcomed to participate as well.

To inquire about how you can help – as a Model, go to the Resources menu link and fill out the Models Information Form. If you are a Make-Up Artist or a Stylist, please fill out the Talent Info Form. Then e-mail me at [email protected] or tm me at 404-803-0913, and I will get right back with you.

Looking forward to helping you build your porfolio!
Charles Williams, Owner / Photographer

Only 3 or 4 of these photos are from Charmar Graphics. The balance are downloads from free image sites. Choose from one or more of these themes (or suggest your own), and lets imitate or do better than these samples!

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Project Three

Beauty Dish Lighting

Lighting from a Beauty Dish or from a Spot source, will usually cause harsh shadow on or behind the subject. This effect is desired in some cases, not so much in others. Make your determination based on the look your are trying to attain.

Special Effects

Either as a part of the shooting process, or in post production in PhotoShop, the additon of Special Effects, be it sutle or bold, add interests to the image.


A private & professional boudoir styled photo session, adds the sensual side to your portfolio. Designed with the collobration between the model & the photographer, Charmar Graphics creates a comfortable environment to capture an exciting set of images.

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Project Five


LightBox Or Umbrella

If you want a square, rectangle or octagonal shape to the catchlight in the eyes, use shoot-through or bounce umbrella technique or use a light box. Furthermore, shadows are significantly more feathered.

'Against The Wall'

Don’t have a fancy studio nor an elaborate environment to shoot in, no worries! Head shots or three-quarter takes, are a breeze. And where the wall meets the floor, doesn’t have to be a big problem.

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