About

My name is Darryl Brooks and I am a photographer and writer living and working in Atlanta, Georgia with over eleven years experience in corporate, commercial, portrait, and stock photography. My equipment consists of a Canon 40D, Canon 20D, Canon 17-55 f2.8 IS, Canon 50mm 1.8, Tamron 90mm, and a Canon 70-200 f4L. I also have studio lighting and background for portraits and corporate headshots.

I currently have over 14,000 images in my portfolio some of which can be viewed from the galleries link on my website at http://www.brooksimages.com.

I am available for contract work including everything from individual portraits, family and pet photography, to large corporate and commercial jobs. For any questions, please visit my website at www.brooksimages.com, or email me directly at darryl@brooksimages.com

I have written over 800 articles on a wide variety of subjects with word counts from 200 to over 2000. My personal expertise includes construction, photography, computers, travel, and running, and I have written many articles on these topics. Rights available on these articles range from First Serial to Exclusive to Reprint, and I am also available for work on assignment. Many of these articles are available for sale at Constant Content

I have also written several dozen short stories.  Many of my articles have appeared in various formats on the internet for clients and agencies. In addition, my non-fiction work has appeared in print in Writer’s Journal Runner’s Journal, Washington Running Times, and the Foliate Oak. My fiction has been printed in A Long Story Short, and Flasher’s Dozen, ManStory, and Mystery Anthology Magazine.

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