Wow, it’s been since Nov. since I’ve posted! I’ve been busy with photos to say the least. And I also took a week (9 days actually) away from the computer to give my self a chance to really think about where I want to take my photography.
I had a chance to think about what kind of photos make me the happiest. What kind of photos clients are really wanting. Overall, I know that there are a million ways to look at the camera and get a photo with everyone smiling. But that isn’t really what we want.
The beauty in photos lies within the story of the people. The interaction, the relationships, and the feeling we have when we are with these people at this second in time. In a world of photoshop, pinterest, and image saturated social media there is a pressure to be “perfect”. But what is real isn’t perfect. And what is real is what we crave and what we love.
So I am excited to take our photosessions a step further. I look forward to being a part of the tiny details and the uniquely you specific moments that you will feel every time you see the photo and will become even more powerful in the decades to come. It’s going to be fun.
More details on the new photosessions, art inspiration and inspiring people, coming soon.
Here are some black and whites from a few of the sessions I’ve done over the past 2 months.