In Front of the Lens, Part 2

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Some of you may already know, but I loved the photos, and the experience. I loved the anticipation of waiting a week, and I loved being able to see the images on a larger scale. I was able to look at them with my husband and navigate through them on my own.   

The images are beautiful and it was great to look at them with the photographer sitting right next to me. It really shows confidence and has been one of my greatest desires since I started my business.  

So, goals from my learning experience:

  • Envision each session beforehand, not just where, but how to communicate the mood of the session and send inspiration boards when appropriate.
  • Have some sort of consultation meeting, in-person, online or even right before the shoot, to discover their vision for the photographs.
  • Ask clients about their level of comfort in front of the camera and how much direction they would like.
  • Have images ready within 1 week and invite client to view them with me.

I'd love to learn from you as well, feel free to comment or send me an e-mail about your experience in front of the lens and any recommendations or questions you may have.

Until next week,

-Jess

P.S. Apparently I lost my thesaurus, LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, me some synonyms. Just not today.