Tracey Rice

Tracey Rice

Tracey is the photographer you can trust to understand your needs and translate them into beautiful and impactful photographs, whether for personal or professional use.
Tracey combines her unique combination of global marketing expertise from a 33-year career at Fortune 100 companies like The Coca-Cola Company and Texas Instruments, with her technical expertise in commercial photography to assist her clients to create the perfect images for every need.
She specializes in people photography (portraits, head shots, families, seniors, and children), events, and real estate photography. She also provides private photography instruction and coaching.


Tracey Rice – Mmmm
Tracey Rice – Delectable
Tracey Rice – Me and My Buddy
Tracey Rice – Riding High
Tracey Rice – The Road Less Traveled By
Tracey Rice – Which One Should I Buy?


Tracey Rice – Goin’ To The Chapel
Tracey Rice – Air Popped
Tracey Rice – Hypnotized
Tracey Rice – Seduction
Tracey Rice – Wow, thanks Mom!
Tracey Rice – Princess
Tracey Rice – Take Off!
Tracey Rice – First Class
Tracey Rice – Better Shave While We’re Stopped!
Tracey Rice – Brothers Forever
Tracey Rice – Wings, Indeed!

Tracey Rice – Pushing Back The Hands Of Time
Tracey Rice – Missing Home Already
Tracey Rice – Bygone Era
Tracey Rice – Creature Comforts
Tracey Rice – Sittin’ Pretty
Tracey Rice – See You Next Spring!
Tracey Rice – White Velvet
Tracey Rice – ‘Ello, Gov’nor!


Tracey R. Rice – Protector

Taken on 1/24/15 of Gray and Pepper (a Kuvasz dog) at Jones Bridge Park. ISO 100, 50mm, 1/100, f/4.5
Tracey Rice – Sunning on the Big Rock
Tracey R. Rice – Catching Dinner?

Taken on 6/5/15 at 6:00pm of a fisherman in the Chattahoochee River at Jones Bridge Park. ISO 200, 300mm, 1/250, f/11.
Tracey R. Rice – The Spill of Light

Taken on 3/21/14 at 10:45pm in complete darkness on one of the bridges at Jones Bridge Park. ISO 100, 24mm, 142.0 sec, f/16. Used Canon Speedlights with gels and a flashing light saber to create the light painting effects.
Tracey R. Rice – Glowing Bench

Taken on 7/6/17 at 10:00pm in total darkness at Jones Bridge Park with a Canon EOS 5DS. ISO 400, 35mm, 30.0 sec, f/5.0 with light painting.
Tracey R. Rice – How Do I Look, Mom?

Taken on 1011/14 at the Norcross Arts Fest at Thrasher Park. It shows a boy looking in the mirror for the first time at his painted face. ISO 100, 70mm, 1/60, f/3.5.


Tracey R. Rice