When in the studio, I try to aim for an image that you would actually use on Facebook. That may sound kind of an odd thing to aim for, but it is the perfect gauge of whether or not a photograph reflects how you see yourself.
Some couples have such a natural chemistry that taking photographs of them is almost too easy. Danielle & Michael are one of those couples. Had a great time with them this weekend! Click the images below to see them larger.
The best thing about growing in any profession is the clarity that comes with time, experience, and endless hours of trial and error. And believe me, I’ve had endless mistakes and ideas that just never worked out. But one of the things I’ve learned over time is that simple is usually the best way to go. For this image, we used gold eye glitter, gold earrings, and sprayed on gold glitter to the back of a black foam core board to use as the background.
Having taken an early retirement as a college dean three years ago, I joined Americorp as a VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) working with college students involved in community service projects.
Getting a good expression can’t be practiced. I know you all have that bathroom mirror look honed to perfection, but that hardly works in a portrait. You’d be surprised what people think looks “sexy”. In reality, it boils down to being yourself and letting go.
Hip-Hop musician from Danbury, CT; Al-Fatir stopped by the studio Saturday with his manager and marketing director. In addition to these photos, we shot an interview which will premiere in late December.