Getting in front of the camera can be a scary thing. Believe me I know, I have used my own camera to hide from others many times. I'm sure there is some sort of psychology behind why most people are afraid of being on the front side of a camera. Although I won’t be able to completely take away your fears, I hope to make them subside a little bit.
The first thing I try to do before booking any session is to have a conversation. On the phone. Yup, you read that right. I want to actually speak to people! I know it’s a little strange in today’s society, but I feel that it’s the fastest way to answer questions and even set up the session.
Having your photo taken is a personal thing. Getting to know a subject is always important. Maybe you’ve had a bad previous experience and don’t like your current photo. Maybe you have even had a photo taken of yourself, paid for it, and you never even used it. If this sounds familiar at all, or even other situations similar this is why I want to talk to you first. It’s not a long conversation, just enough to find out what you would like, what went wrong last time, and how can we work together to make it better this time.
You came to this post for the 5 tips so without further ado here they are:
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