Going with the flow

May 25, 2015  •  8 Comments

As a commercial photographer that covers wedding photography, family portrait photography, headshots, maternity and infant shoots and product shots in North York and Toronto, there's a certain level of professionalism that one needs to maintain.

We did a photo session with Arham, it was his first professional photoshoot and understandably he was probably wondering what on earth was going on.  There were times when he would cry on end and we simply we need to capture some of those moments and then allow him to calm down.

Each and every photograph will capture every nuance that's happening in someone's face and body language.  Not only will it do that to babies, it will do it to us adults as well.  The photograph cannot and will not lie.

As a photographer, you need to put your clients/models in a comfortable and confident state of mind.  That is up to you.  You have that control.  You do it through encouragement, through sincere compliments, to making them feel comfortable with you.  That is the photographers responsibility.

We were able to get Arham nice and comfortable and he looked straight into the camera for this shot.

I have a passion for capturing beautiful moments and we have many more after they're processed in the editing room.

So remember...go with the flow :) and sometimes, more often than you know. You'll have to create it.

 


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