Category Archives: Human Expression

Setting up a Successful Headshot Session: Part 1

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In my newest article on Fstoppers.com I start a 3 part series on steps I believe can help ensure you create a successful headshot session. If you are a photographer who is just starting out, this is a must read. It is a culmination of many questions and conversations I’ve had regarding how I started, and what I do for each session. When I first began shooting headshots, it was a daunting task. Figuring out a rhythm for how a headshot session should go felt like an overwhelming problem. Head over to Fstoppers to read part one of this series.

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Investigating the Human Expression

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My first article, Investigating the Human Expression, is up on Fstoppers. I talk all about learning to see perceived thoughts, and emotions to make us better at capturing the best expressions from our clients. It’s the study and observation of people that I believe takes an “ok” portrait photographer to a great one. Sometimes we as photographers are self serving when choosing images for our portfolio. We want the best technical image, and sometimes we forget that a boring expression can kill the whole thing. The only thing that separates my style from everyone else is the moment I choose to press the shutter. Check out the full article over at Fstoppers.comRoundButton-1024x1024 Investigating the Human Expression

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