When I first started my journey in photography, I would photograph nearly every job I was approached with. Special events, birthday parties, business head shots, in addition to the usual weddings and portraiture. I wanted to soak up my art and have exposure to every situation possible. I’ve learned that while that was great when […]
In my opinion, second shooting is the best way to gain experience in the wedding industry. There is an enormous amount of pressure when shooting a wedding, and the only way to get better acquainted with the ebb and flow of the process is to practice (and by practice I do not mean learning how to […]
I spent the majority of the afternoon covered in Oobleck. If you don’t know what Oobleck is, you are probably a grown up. Teachers are grown ups, but they don’t count because they’re slightly cooler with their child-like spirits and great senses of humor. Today was Dr. Seuss day at our school, clearly visible by […]
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.