Reaching way back about 13 years for this image from my archives. This shot was taken for use as the program cover for a local dressage competition. Both subjects here showing a strong emotional connection to each other and what appears to be happening outside the frame.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Vivian is here to take our breath away as we head into the weekend and, yeah, I think she succeeded. It’s shots like this that make me feel like I’m being “spoon fed” professional models by my business headshot clients. I mean seriously, Vivian is just stunning here and this is how she came to work at her office!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
I should start offering up to do shoots for hair care products as I can apparently find some great models for them :)⠀
Justin Jackrabbit doing his part to create this moody slice of time at the Eaves Movie Ranch. An overcast day, a window, and a model that owns that space in front of the camera makes for some lovely drama here. Thanks, Jack!
After five years since we last shot together, Malea and I spent some time yesterday evening in the studio and it was long overdue! We captured some vintage style black and white portraits this time around. I hoped she would bring her magical ability to elevate my photography work with her, and I was not disappointed. Here’s the first of many I’ll be sharing from our shoot yesterday.
Rebecca really knows how to create that classic Hollywood vibe. Sure, I lit the scene and did my part in post processing, but she brought this look and attitude to the space in front of my camera.
Krissa easily takes the Headshot of the Week! spot for the second week of June with this image. Everything just feel into place with this photo with excellent engagement with the camera and the easy and natural smile she has here. Great job, Krissa!