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Throwback Series Part One

Updated: Jan 30

As I mentioned in a previous blog post, I thought it would be fun to re write my blogs for the people I have shot over the years.

Last summer I really was ready to try and take my business to the next level. I always had a way of shooting envisioned for my business, but my courage to just to take control and direct more was shotty at best. I was stuck between wanting to only capture organic moments and not come off bossy and wanting to create images that told a better story with just a slight arm adjustment.

I chose last summer to start doing more of the latter, I had specific ways I wanted to capture your love story and I knew I needed to work on changing it up if a kiddo was not feeling the session.

Thus began my summer of the model calls, it went really well although I have learned SO MUCH MORE this last year, I wish I would have started learning more and then held the model calls. Anyway, I think one of the hardest things to do as a photographer or creative person is value your worth and time.

I have really been able to see myself in such a better light this last year and I know my time and value are worth something now. I can't thank my model call clients enough as they helped me get to this spot that I am at now. Without them I would still be looking to get more business so I can get the setup of how I want to photograph clients more in motion.

SO, as my throwback series starts, I thought it would be fun to go through these lovely families. One by one.

First up: in no particular order, Morissa.

Morissa is one of my husband's friends friend. We have had a lot of fun nights together hitting up breweries and one night in particular that I think we both pretended to be 21 again.

I love that I was able to get a sunset shoot in with her!

Thanks, girl, for all the fun.

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