“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” ~Aaron Siskind
My approach to photographing you, your family and/or your children is to capture emotion, relationships and overall life in a photojournalistic style. What does that all mean? It means that I walk around with you, play with your kids and talk with you while I’m taking your picture. My goal is to capture you as YOU (personality and all) so that when someone looks at your pictures, their first reaction is to say “that really does look like you and who you are.” I want to capture a memory that you can take with you at the end of the day.
When I first meet with people for their session, I typically see a lot of nerves and sometimes a few grumbles because it almost seems like a chore to take pictures. However, when it is all over, a common response is pure joy. Most people find themselves enjoying the whole experience and walk away with smiles and enthusiasm, eager to see how the pictures will turn out.
I love kids! Capturing the raw and expressive emotions is priceless. I encourage parents to not push their kids into doing things they don’t want to do. Don’t force them to smile or to sit a certain way. I will work with kids on their terms. I enjoy getting down to their level and playing with them, becoming their best friend for the time being.
High School seniors are awesome! I think High School Senior photography allows me to explore my creative side in coming up with unique poses, scenery or even situations. I believe that Seniors want to look fabulous, especially since the entire school will be seeing their picture. This is their time to shine, and I want to be there to make them shine!
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