I try not to be a gear freak. I live and work by the belief that you can do amazing work with minimal gear and tools. I try not to fall into the trap of marketing: you are only as good as the latest camera or gadget. This simply isn’t true, but judging by how fast new camera bodies are released and how much money and sales digital SLR cameras are generating, I’m in the minority when it comes to this belief.
Saturday August 14th saw another Portable Portrait workshop out of the studio here in Nashua NH. The 2010 workshop season is starting to reach the finish line as there are only 2 more workshops out of the studio for 2010!
Here is a quick behind-the-scenes shot from a Senior Portrait session from a few weeks ago. I’ll be posting about it soon. I love this location we were in. Its like Paradise!
Thanks to Gary for letting me post this!
I want to talk a little bit about finding the right creative person for the visual needs that you desire. In our current economy, I receive many email and phone inquiries where only one questions is asked:
“How much are you?”
I’m trying to jot a list down of revelant topics to discuss on this blog, as well as photo-updates, but things have been nutty around these parts.
In the meantime, here is a quick session snippet with singer/songwriter Liz Longley during a session we had a few weeks ago. I love working with Liz, she’s such a sweetheart.