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With employees and jobs changing constantly these days,  executive and staff headshots quickly become outdated. Many companies use these images to promote their personnel to their customers and other businesses, so staying current with a good headshot should be important, especially for a company website.

We recently updated some staff photos for a manufacturing company and a doctor’s office in Gainesville in just a couple of hours.  We can put up a professional set on location and get images that are quite a few steps better than those snapshots taken with a phone camera that you often see on many company websites.  Give us a call at 404 408-7526 to see what we can do to help improve your business image today.

2017 – Getting back in the groove…


Keep your eyes open for changes in the Neil Copeland Photo website. After some time away to concentrate on caretaking for my Mom, we’re ready to get back to business. We’re taking care of some behind-the-scenes upgrades and will be relaunching this site soon to show what Neil Copeland Photography can do for you. Thanks for your patience and your patronage over the years and we appreciate your support during the hiatus while we took care of Mom!

Mothers Day 2013


Had a great time on Mothers Day joining up with the Ken & Gail Beasley family for a brunch at the Achasta Golf Club in Dahlonega.  Good food and fun talking and catching up with my brother Randy’s in-laws and kids.  I put together a little slideshow of the day.  Enjoy!

Professor Wiley Sanderson


I know that I’m a little behind on my posting lately, but I’ve had a lot of irons in the fire and just haven’t taken the time to catch up until now.  I’ll probably be posting almost daily for the next week or so to get caught up again.

Since my last post, I received the sad news that my first mentor and photography teacher, Professor Wiley Sanderson, had passed away at the age of 93.  Professor Sanderson had been head of the Photography department in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Georgia for many years before his retirement.  He became an integral part of my life in the 1970’s when I went to UGA to study and be influenced by him along with countless other students during his tenure there.

Many of those students and colleagues from UGA along with many members of his Beechwood Baptist Church family gathered in Athens, GA with his family for a memorial of this great artist and friend earlier this fall, just as we did three years ago to help him celebrate his 90th birthday.  Here are a couple of photos from his birthday celebration, one of him and another of him surrounded by many of his former students and friends.  I’ve also included a few shots from his memorial service this fall… Beechwood Baptist Church where Professor Sanderson was a member along with his wife, Mary, a shot of the church choir singing one of their beautiful songs (and one of Wiley’s favorites), plus friends and colleagues, Dr. Robert Nix and Mary Ruth Moore delivering eulogies and favorite stories of the man we all loved. Rest in Peace, Professor Sanderson. You will be missed.

Hannah at the Falls…


2012 Johnson High Senior Hannah Hall and I spent a couple of hours in early October at a waterfall in northeast Georgia shooting photos for her Senior photos.  She had been there a few years ago and thought it would make a great location for some really cool shots.  She was right!  I had never been there before but it’s a great spot in the late afternoon.  I had googled the place earlier and seen some photos taken by other photographers, but they didn’t prepare me for what a great location it was.  I posted a couple of teaser shots last week, but now I’m including the slideshow I made from a few of the shots we took.

By the way, fall is here and the color in the leaves won’t be around long, so if you want a photo session for either a Senior or a Family, you’d better call soon.  It’s a good time to be thinking about Christmas and other Holidays now, both for gifts and cards to send out.  Call me at 770 869-0110 or email neil@neilcopeland.com for more details. Meanwhile, enjoy the show! (You may have to hit pause for just a bit if you have a slow connection).