As a photographer, I believe it’s a fundamentally important piece to the puzzle of my client experience that I put myself into the shoes of my mothers on photo session day. I’ve learned, from my own experience with documenting my wildling family, that there are things we can do ahead of time to set ourselves up for success and maximize our time in front of the camera (with a mini session especially, it feels as fleeting as the baby season itself!).
It’s no secret how deep my love for Charleston runs. The sprawling oak trees, Spanish moss, and smell of jasmine make Magnolia Plantation the perfect place to spend an afternoon with family. For the Spades, these images represent the end of such a sweet chapter for their family. They have called Charleston “Home” for the […]
Photographers: You’ve seen the images, the ones that stop you in your tracks. The portraits that quickly make you “slow your scroll” and invite you to linger. So, what do you do to get there? How to lead your clients to moments where real emotion can be portrayed in their photographs? Subscribe below to get access to The Evocative Portrait Guide.