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today, i wanted to share a really cool post i read a while back by Zach and Jody Gray. for those of you that haven’t heard of them, you should definitely check out their work. they are an amazing husband & wife photography team who are not only uber talented, but are super funny as well! i love reading their posts and tweets every week.
so, they recently did a guest post on The Photo Life blog about “Photo Shoot Do’s and Don’ts.” some of these you may not have ever thought about before. and others you may already know. but i like their fresh approach to the topic.
here’s an excerpt from the post:
Photographers – when was the last time that you were in front of the camera? No, not for a quick snapshot with Grandma by the Christmas tree, but an actual photoshoot. Doing photoshoots is like 2nd nature to us because we do them all the time, but we often forget what it’s like actually being in front of the camera.
For most of the clients we all shoot, it has been awhile since they have had their photo professionally taken (it may even be the first time for them) and many times they come to the shoot insecure and wondering what it’s going to be like, and worried that their photographer might not get a good shot of them (not because you as the photographer aren’t good, but because they don’t like how they look or they are worried because their fiance isn’t really into having a photo session done).
Today’s post is not about how technically you can make the shoot better for your clients, but how you can make the EXPERIENCE awesome for them, which of course, results in not just better images, but images that really reflect the clients true personality.
click here to read the rest: Photo Shoot Do’s and Don’ts