Posts tagged family photography
Tish + Scott's Family

The reason she wanted me to photograph her family was simple. She's not in a lot of her family photos. And photos that include her AND her husband? Forget it. It just doesn't happen. 

I think a lot of us can relate to that feeling, whether we're the photographer in the family or not. In Tish's case, she has a remote, and she's working on getting in the shot more often.

But setting up your own photos isn't quite the same as having another person document your family's life. Having me there with my camera meant she could just be herself, without having to plan for a photo in the back of her mind.  She could see what I saw, without the filter of her own eye. 

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Why I'm Dedicated to Documentary-Style Family Photography

The best questions often come from children, don’t they?

Their honest curiosity gives them the ability to phrase things in a way that adult never would, and we’re so surprised by their bluntness, we’re encouraged to think about things in a new way.

A couple of weeks ago, I got one of those great questions from a client’s son. Right in the middle of painting a star, he turned to me and asked, “So, why do you like taking photos?”

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