It's been awhile since I've actually blogged a session on here. I've been doing sessions still, but seem to have lost my mojo when it comes to writing and posting about them.
And well, I have a confession to make.
I'm finding that I'm liking doing portrait sessions less and less. Gulp. That's a hard thing to admit. I had a dream forever to take family and children's portraits. I love photography, a lot. But I have been pulled in another direction. I am so much happier when I take pictures out in nature! Whether it's a landscape, a macro, or even a child enjoying nature or playing, that's my happy place right now.
I am sad to write this, but I am going to be cutting back on portrait sessions, and may eventually quit them altogether. (We'll see...)
So, it's with a relatively sad heart that I'm going to pare down my sessions. I will only take past clients for future sessions. So if you've done a session with me before, you're good. If you haven't, I'd be glad to refer you to a a good photographer. (This does not affect the two people who have sessions booked.)
But there is some hope! I do love doing styled sessions with models, and in fact I have just finished writing a children's book that I'd like to take pictures for. If you are local and interested for your child to possibly be in one of the pictures, head on over to this closed Facebook group and request to join. I'll be posting dates/times/places of where I need models, and if you can come, then just reply!
I will soon be changing up my website to reflect my nature photography, and hopefully be doing a bit more on the blog here. And I'm looking at getting a store set up in case people are interested in buying prints for their walls. *Fingers crossed*
So that's what's going on, and why I've been MIA on this blog for so long. :)
Which picture below would you consider hanging on your wall?
I'm a mom of 4 boys, in love with photography, especially landscapes, macro, and silhouettes.
"To me, photography is an art of observation. It's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place...I've found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them." -Elliott Erwitt