Saturday, June 26, 2010
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
One of my very first professional portraits, and still one of my very favorites of all time. It has come to represent crib tales photography, and the story I try to tell with each and every client. I often set this pose up for the families I shoot, it is a favorite of mine, and each time it tells a slightly different story. How a couple holds hands tells a lot about them. Do they intertwine their fingers? Do they grasp palm to palm? How their children react to being separated - even momentarily from their parents - tells a story. Each time the set up is similar, but the outcome is always completely different. It is what I love about my job. Each portrait session tells a different story. And each family has a story to tell. What will your story be?