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“Can you capture the essence of a person/object’s personality in a photo,
given the right tools and combination of artist and muse? Can you? Can you really?”
who is a great friend of mine (also
a writer and fantastic swing dancer), recently visited Ann Arbor for a swing dance exchange. When she approached me and asked if I was interested in taking her picture, I could
tell that she
was really excited. So in-between dance events, we scheduled some time to have a photo shoot in the heart of Ann Arbor – the Law Quad. This is where some of the brightest students in Michigan go to study law, and the majestic English Gothic architecture is a hotspot for photography.
Whenever I do a portrait session, I always keep in mind that my goal is to bring out the essence of a person, to capture their personality through the mood of my pictures. This dynamism is part of what I enjoy about people photography. I prefer to exercise creative freedom in my shoots, and simply guide the subject with some input. Therefore, a photo shoot is very much a unique experience in which a person’s personality shapes the direction that
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Her concern is definitely genuine, especially with the recent trend of ‘oversharing’ on social networking sites. In this age, we are used to our friends tagging us in completely unflattering pictures on Facebook. A photo could be taken from the worst angle and revealing an awkward face during mid-expression, but our friends will (for some reason) still tag us in it. No wonder that many people feel mild anxiety when canadian pharmacy king.com being photographed. Even more, some people are genuinely afraid that pictures of them paint them in an unfair light. Naturally, I aspire to make shoots as friendly as possible, but let’s face
it – most people are not used to being professionally photographed. So, in an effort to combat her fear, I did my best to make the shoot as pleasant as possible.
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Here, Stephanie is sliding down the railing at Angell Hall. Look at her balance!
Thanks Stephanie for a great shoot, and I wish you luck with your goals!