The children's portraits featured in this post are what I call “studio style” portraits. I capture these "studio style" portraits on location for families all over Sonoma County.
Todays photo shoot featuring Miss B. will be a case study giving a behind the scenes look at how I create studio style portraits on location.
Today's bodega bay engagement session was for my sister and her fiancé Max. This is where the rubber meets the road for me as I attempt to create a set for them I won't hate 20 years from now. I hope they, and future me approves of the job I did!
Answers to the most frequently asked questions about a photo shoot with me. Don't see the answer to your question here? Let me know what I missed in the comments!
There's much more to getting great fitness photos than just a good diet and going to the gym. Getting the highest quality images requires planning and forethought. In this post I'll cover everything you can do to get the best fitness photos possible from your session.
It's a common misconception that you need to have access to a professional photo studio in order to create great portraits. In this post, we'll highlight a garage photoshoot with one of my clients as an example of the results we can achieve by creating makeshift studio from scratch in your home!
I create studio-quality portraits at your location. Studio portraits can be photographed on white, black or muslin backgrounds. Additionally, I'll also arrange for a hair and makeup artist to join us at your location to enhance your features before your photo shoot!
If you love my portfolio and want pictures like I show, this post will provide an overview of my process. My goal is to give you total clarity so you know exactly what to expect, when you book your photo shoot with me! Every photo shoot with me consists of four main segments: Planning your photo shoot, booking your date, the photo shoot, and your photo reveal.