Exposure Time 2017 – Portrait

Sat, Nov. 4, 10am-4pm
Sun, Nov. 5, 11am-5pm
$150 CAM members; $200 public
One of a kind portraits! Singles, couples, families (pets too), friends, clubs, teams… perfect timing for holiday card photos!
First come, First served, so choose a photographer and make a reservation.

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to see and learn more about these amazing artists.

Edde Burgess

Raleigh native, Edde Burgess, is a fun-loving, adventure seeking, self-taught photographer and finds no shortage of people, places or things to photograph. As visual artist, graphic designer, and sculptor, Edde uses his artistic eye to incorporate bold colors and light in his portraits and landscape photography. Whether it’s in a studio, urban environment or a natural outdoor setting, he always puts his clients at ease and captures their true authentic selves. When he’s not in his Raleigh studio or teaching a class, you can find him traveling the globe on various assignments, shooting sports photography with Ironman Triathlons or political events like the Standing Rock Pipeline protest.

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Eve Kakassy Hobgood

Eve Kakassy Hobgood is a photographer and native North Carolinian. Prior to moving to Raleigh in 2014, Eve spent 10 years in New York working as a photographer. In 2010 Daily Candy NYC named Petite Simone Best Local Photographers. Along with her own photography Eve spent 3 years working for the world wide photographers cooperative Magnum photos in Print Exhibitions and 2 years for Keith Richards, archiving his personal photography collection, for his autobiography “Life”. Prior to living and working in New York, Eve spent 5 years in Los Angeles working with legendary rock and roll photographer Henry Diltz. Eve studied photography at the Savannah College of Art and Design and the Portfolio School in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Ian F.G. Dunn

Ian F.G. Dunn is a North Carolina born photographer living and working in downtown Raleigh. Having been taught the workings of a traditional wet darkroom at the age of 10, his love of hand-printing and processing has remained steadfast throughout the infancy of our digital age. Ian’s work focuses on structure and balance found in the landscapes of rural and urban North Carolina. His photographs attempt to reveal abstractions from scenes often viewed but rarely observed. The, arguably, objective quality of “rightness” is continually sought out, kneaded, and explored. In addition to landscapes, Ian also makes ambrotype and tintype portraits using a photographic process from the 1850’s.

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James Thomas

I am James Thomas, a Beauty and Fashion Photographer based in Raleigh, NC. I began shooting in October 2012 with a strong focus on fine art nude and analog photography. Since then I have collaborated with models from across the country, local designers, and agencies to help develop talent. I pride myself on working closely with my clients and subject to achieve their desired vision.

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Joseph Rafferty

Joseph Rafferty is Creative Director + Principle Photographer at . Joseph was selected this year CLiCK! Photography Festival’s  Juried Exhibition themed: RESIST. 

Joseph has attended lectures by image/film makers: Platon, Dan Winters, Harmony Korine, James Natchway. 

Clients | Publications
NYT Magazine, GQ Germany, Oprah, Runner’s World, Bloomberg Financial, American Lawyer, Pantheon Books 

International Photography Awards, American Photography, PDN Annual, Graphis Annual, ASMP NY, ASMP LA, Communication Arts

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Chris Charles

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY with dreams of becoming an architect, Chris studied Architectural Engineering at SUNY Farmingdale College of Technology prior to a “short” 12 year stint as a US Army Paratrooper (random, but true)…all the while honing his skills in coffee making and chocolate cake eating. After some years in the private sector as an IT professional Chris then earned a degree in Graphic Design from The Art Institute of Raleigh-Durham and has been able to use his technical training and natural ability to successfully carve a niche for himself in the local and national markets. Be it full branding, photography or collateral design for corporate marketing campaigns, Chris has become well known for being a craftsman who doesn’t mind getting dirty to accomplish the objective at hand. Chris’ client list includes Red Bull, Spike Lee, Moleskine, Durham County, and many local and nationally recognized artists.

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Elizabeth Galecke

I started my study of photography with my first class in black and white photography and darkroom in high school. I graduated from college in Austin with a BA in Photocommunications and then moved to Raleigh to start my business a few years later. I just celebrated 22 years of my business here this year! I love working with people, creating memories that they and their families will treasure, hopefully for years to come. When I am not out photographing people, I am out in the world exploring and taking photographs of quiet landscape vignettes, things I notice in front of me in my everyday life. This is my #eyeswideopen project and I am super excited about it! If not out taking photos, you can find me in the kitchen trying out new vegetarian recipes or making up my own, getting out with friends listening to music or checking out the amazing art in the Triangle! It’s been super fun to see the growth and changes in Raleigh over the years and to become a part of the community by getting involved!

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Jessica Crawford

Jessica Crawford images

I am a super-fun photographer specializing candid kids, head shots, models, weddings, commercial and editorial work! While primarily a natural light photographer, I do love to mix it up with off the beaten path locations, disco music and whatever general shenanigans get me the great shots.

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John Brown

Born in Charleston, SC raised in Raleigh, NC. One would say “you are a Carolinas baby.” I acknowledged my creative mind when I turned eight years old. I loved to draw and color. I won multiple coloring contests. I always had my mind on being a NBA superstar. My mom always told me to have a back up plan. After taking my first graphics class in high school, I never knew that it would be my turning point to my success and entrepreneurship. I studied graphics while attending North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, NC. I picked up photography along the way a few years after. I have been designing graphics and photographing professionally since 2008. I describe my graphics and photography as creative love. I put my mind and soul into all of my work. My focus is to see my clients walk out with a smile full of memories. I am grateful every day to be blessed with a fulfilling job and loving family.

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Tony Pearce

Tony Pearce images

Tony Pearce is a Raleigh-based photographer with over 30 years of experience who stills absolutely loves what he does. His list of clients runs the gamut from Lenovo to Burt’s Bees to Teen People. His portraiture gets to the heart of the matter, exuding authenticity. “I find my inspiration in restraint,” he says. “Without the distractions of extra props or obvious retouching, my subjects have room to just be.” We think Tony’s humanity and humor also shine through in every one of his portraits.

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