lauren is a fashion designer and photographer in seattle, washington and also has a personal style blog! she booked my 5-look blogger session while i was in town visiting from new york city. we shot around seattle’s capitol hill neighborhood just off of broadway. images were taken using a canon 5d mark iv + sigma 35mm art lens. if you’re interested in booking your own session, check out my various package options here + click here to get in contact with me!
sophie is a model based out of seattle, washington with heffner management. we did a little trade for print collaboration in north bend on a very windy and sunny day! i absolutely love the way the light worked in these photos. thank you tiffany for assisting me!
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In today’s photography tutorial we cover two things: composition as well as how to make your photographs feel more cinematic. Having intentional framing and composition is key in your portrait photography. To me, having cinematic images means having images that tell a story or pull a viewer in, where it looks like the images could be stills from a movie. Paying attention to the leading lines and where you place your subject is something that will make your images stand out amongst the masses. Thank you Victoria for modeling and Susie for helping me! The digital images were taken using a Canon 5D Mark IV + Sigma 35mm art lens.
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This photoshoot in France was a dream come true! Golden hour and film photography is my favorite combo. We did this session in Montmartre, Paris which is one of my favorite neighborhoods in the city. Harriet is a photographer from Atlanta, Georgia and was in town and modeled for me. Scroll down to the bottom of this post to watch the behind the scenes tutorial from this session. I share not only what I use to shoot on, but some posing tips, working with clients, directing your model, location scouting and what to look for in a location, as well as my editing film process and how I send my files off.
I shot on my Minolta X-370 35mm film camera and with Kodak Portra 400 film. If you are interested in booking a portrait session, you can view my portrait photography packages here! Be sure to get in contact with me to schedule your photoshoot.
These images are a mix of Kodak Color Plus 200 and Kodak Portra 400, all taken at golden hour in Montmartre, Paris, France! I tried a new lab to develop the portra 400 film and i am not 100% happy with the scans. However, I love the color plus film..it is one of my new favorits! Valentin is from berlin and was so wondreful to work with! Find Valentin on Instagram here. These were shot on my minolta x3700 + minolta 50mm lens.