Hey fellow creative!
Thanks for dropping by.
When I first got into photography, I was figuring things out on the fly. I had no idea what aperture, ISO, or exposure was--I just knew that if I scrolled this way or pushed this lil button it would do certain things aesthetically.
Because of that, it took me FOREVER to grow my business, find my style, and improve my work.
While I always want to keep growing as a photographer, I hope that what knowledge and info I can bring to the table may be of help to another creative just tryna figure this whole thing out!
This is where I will post links to workshops, tutorials, and blogs about the 'how' behind what I do.
Got a question you don't see answered here? Shoot me an email!
NIKKOR 24-70mm f/2.8
NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4
KUVRD Universal Lens Caps
Felix Gray Non-Prescription Glasses (for editing)
Seagate 2 TB Portable Harddrive (3)
Shadow Session - Graduate
This online shadow session is a great way to invest in your business and maybe answer those questions you have like "how did you get that shot? what do you say to your client in between locations? how do you make someone feel comfortable?"
Not only does the session include a six minute highlight video from one of my graduate sessions, it also includes an in-depth review of my process and gives tons of tips and tricks about topics like how to prepare for a shoot, contracts, client interaction, gallery delivery and more!
If you're new to the photography industry, this senior shadow session is a great way to take your photography and customer service to the next level.
Shadow Session - Couple
This online shadow session gives you a peek into the adventurous portraits world. This session takes place in Palo Duro Canyon State Park, and goes into the planning and location-finding that I do before shoots, and tips on how you can do it yourself!
If you're looking for a more comprehensive shadow session, complete with posing and clothing insights (and gorgeous scenery), this is the shadow session for you.
There are few things I dislike more than seeing trash on the trail, names carved into sandstone walls, or rocks stacked across the desert. As photographers and creatives, we often get invited into wild spaces to make our art. Keeping wild spaces as wild and as true to character is important to me.
So, if you have no clue what I'm rambling on about, check out the link below to learn about LNT Ethics and how you can purposefully work with your clients to leave places just as they were.