I’m on a roll, I made it to week number four. If you have any questions about photography please feel to comment or contact me and I’ll do my best to answer any questions.
Tip for the photographer behind the camera:
Know your subject.
Find out as much as you can about your subject before the day of the session. I ask all my high school seniors to fill out a questionnaire when they first book me. This way I get to know a little more about them ahead of time. This also give me a chance to bring their favorite drink on the day of their photo shoot. The more you know about the subject you’re photographing the better the shoot will go. This is not only for photo shoots involving people, knowing your subject works for all type of photography. Landscape photographers have to know where the sun is going to be at the time of the session so they will have the best light.
Tip for the model in front of the camera:
Props will help bring out your personality while adding a special memory to the photo session. The more unique the prop the better it is, at least I think so. The shot below was fun because Abigail wanted her dog, Tootsie, in the photos as well as her new shotgun (Sorry, I didn’t get the name of the shotgun.)
Well that’s it for now; and remember if you have any question please don’t hesitate to send them in.