The most basic photography pose is a portrait: a head-and-shoulders, close-up look at the model that capitalizes on their smile. It’s my most-requested image, something all mothers and grandmothers mention. And with good reason! The basic portrait is made for the fridge or a gallery of photos on the mantel. It showcases their child or grandchild and is something they can refer guests to.
Since portraits are so often requested, it’s my policy to capture at least two per session. Artistic shots are important, but not like traditional portraits.
The tagline of my business, “Capture the Details,” is about delight. It’s also creating high-quality photos that are valuable to you!
Photography has a unique way of seeing beyond the big picture. It snags and freezes small moments, the special blips in time that might otherwise be missed. (An infant’s smile, an unplanned moment between siblings or an engaged couple, the details on a dress or wrinkles on a hand.)
It’s those pieces that compile the whole. In addition to the big picture, I am committed to capturing each special detail so your memories can be sharper.
So if I ask to take a picture of your shoes or the bracelets on your wrist, don’t be surprised! I’m capturing moments for you to remember later on.
It’s that time of year. You high school senior is finishing their final semester, choosing a college and getting ready to shop for a dorm room. In a couple months, you’ll create a display for their graduation party… and you’ll need a few updated pictures!
If you’re running a little behind on getting pictures done, don’t worry. Spring a great time for portraits! Contact me to book a session today!