I’ve been paid for photographing people for a good six months now. But until this session, I never really considered myself a “professional”.
And to be honest, I still don’t know what technically qualifies a photographer as a professional. But the fact Clarissa found me without any reference from friends or family (she’s from North Dakota), loved my work, and booked me on the spot is enough to convince me that I’m doing something right.
Okay, I have to say it. I have the best-looking clients. I mean, look at these two and their stunning eyes!
Photographing Michael and Clarissa was a breeze. I rarely had to pose them and ended up just snapping away as they did cute stuff naturally…
…like Eskimo kisses!
As the sun started to go down*, we decided to get serious for some romantic sunset shots. The sky turned all sorts of crazy beautiful colors.
So thank you Clarissa and Michael for being my first quote-unquote clients. And a big shout out to Hambrick’s Christmas Tree Farm for lending their place to me for photos.
*My favorite time to shoot is during the “Golden” hour right before sunset. The light is DIVINE (as seen in this session) and c’mon, it’s the GOLDEN hour! As in Elle GOLDEN. *winkwink*