Mary and I met years ago at a photography retreat, and I have enjoyed watching her work and life evolve over the last few years. She possesses a talent for documentary style photography that comes naturally; that kind of proclivity cannot be taught. Not only is she an incredible photographer, but she’s also got this unapologetic […]
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.