Love this image Colleen and I did together for this jewelry test shoot a few weeks back.The jewelry is supposed to be the star of the, but it’s got some pretty serious competition from the model wearing it
The stunning Amber Whitt graces the space in front of my camera in this “Classic Hollywood” style portrait. Amber certainly has some amazing photo “chops” as she really set a vintage vibe to this shot via makeup, wardrobe, and attitude!
Engagement photos are something I really enjoy doing and definitely don’t get to shoot often enough. This past weekend, however, I had the opportunity do a shoot with Caroline and Daniel in downtown Franklin. We had some planned locations but I’m always looking for that “something else” and then I saw this spot. Plans are good but be ready to change up when you happen into a moment like this. 🙂
The amazing Elisabeth Donaldson making me look good for this first Headshot of the Week! for June, 2019. No other words are really needed 🙂
Fun! It’s one of the most important goals I have during my shoots. Not everyone enjoys being in front of the camera and it can show in your final images. Keeping the session fun can be a photographer’s most important tool in capturing engaging images. I feel like this is something at which I excel but maybe I should let the pictures do the talking.
Showing your best “you” is my goal when shooting headshots. While good lighting and proper technical setup is important, a positive and friendly expression is the real star of the show. It can be tough to find that recipe to get a professional and engaging image which David is demonstrating here.
Working with my clients to get this look is what I consider my wheelhouse. I also really enjoy going in to shoots where I haven’t had a chance to meet the client(s) in person yet. It gives me the chance to ask them about themselves. While having the conversation, they can forget about the camera and just engage with me and that’s when I can find that natural and easy-going look I strive to get in my headshots.⠀