In the start of my photographic career, I worked strictly inside a few different portrait studios as an assistant, then second photographer and later as the main photographer. I’ve worked in very large studio settings where one studio had multiple indoor shooting areas to medium studios where you constantly changed the background and props from just a couple of sets. I slowly moved my photographic expertise outdoors and have found a love and thrill to the constant search of great new backdrops and ever moving light. The constant motion and search keep my creative juices going, keeps me on my toes and absolutely inspired. But, every now and then it’s good to go back to your roots.
So, to my roots I go. I photographed my first indoor senior portrait session a few weeks ago. Angela contacted me a few months ago regarding her senior portraits. Originally, we planned to photograph her session outdoors while she visited Portland. Unfortunately, the weather would not let down and with the amount of wind and rain we headed indoors. Within a day I was a able to locate a small studio for the session and in we headed.
Angela was not only an awesome sport but was super excited for her senior session. She’s graduating a year early because of all her hard work and is looking forward to what the future may hold. I’ll just add a few short headshot from the session.Until next blog!