Family photos at Happy Camp. This was a great shoot, just letting loose, having fun and – may fave- getting shots in between the shots. Those fun, organic, takes in between poses, smiles etc, were eyes closed and laughter happens, a fun place, after all we were at Happy Camp.
It’s understandable to look at pinterest for ideas / inspiration. My Advice? find a photographer whose style you are drawn to, then show up to the set, no expectations, ready to let loose, have fun and trust them.
Tiffany is a HUGE fan of everything 70’s and the macrame in the shot is one she personally made. Sienna won second place in a hula hoop contest, and that ukulele is hers, she was a bit miffed as it was out of tune, which made for some great captures. Sienna injured her foot, and the boot was a wonderful surprise, and a must to stay on for some shots.
Greg was worried about his hair, because after all, he is a model.
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Thank you Nicole! You did an AMAZING job making us look so comfortable and happy! –Trang and Mustafa I have been shooting weddings at [seven-degrees] for some time now- and I LOVE this venue. Excited to share this real wedding of Trang and Mustafa. Second Photographer Kip Roof
To celebrate her induction into the Screen Actors Guild, Marguerite came to the studio to update her Headshots. We chose some fun colors, and of course the fashion fan was in full force.
There is something so elegant and classic with black and white images- especially for boudoir photographs. This bride came in for some images as her husbands wedding day gift, a beautiful custom album made just for him.