Joined 6 years ago from Roswell, GA
John Haigwood was reared around a natural craftsmanship and age-old artisanry that inspired his vision. In the early 1980s, he began mastering the art of portraiture and later studied at the Art Institute of Atlanta, embracing his passion for a mastery of all forms of photography. He founded Haigwood Studios Photography, Inc. in 1988. With more than 30 years of experience in photography, John continues to remain abreast of current trends, contributing his own unique style and helping to shape the visual evolution of the industry. John has earned quite a reputation in Atlanta as a commercial photographer for such local and national companies as Rubbermaid, Yamaha, Coca-Cola, Floor & Decor, Calphalon and The Home Depot, to name just a few.
6 years ago
Make the most of dairy delights
6 years ago
The renewed interest in resurrecting and preserving our ancestors’ foodways; and notable chefs’ appreciation for buttermilk, this thing of the past is gaining a future.
6 years ago
food photography secrets to follow for exceptional shots
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