This week’s Photographer of the Week award and blog feature has been awarded to Shunta of Pink Lilly Photography. Shunta services the Houston, Texas area.
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What inspired this session and how was it planned?
This session wasn’t actually an inspired session like I usually do. Raven was due for one of her individual rep shoots; and between the weather and activities, we could never get a time together to shoot. The outfit was a last minute decision that she made after we had talked about a different one, and man oh man was I excited to see her get out with those overalls and that black long sleeve top on! I can’t even begin to say how much her headband played a part in her whole look.
What was your favorite thing about this session/senior?
My favorite thing about this mini session was the fire she had, and the way she nailed every single pose I directed her through.
What lenses and other equipment did you use?
The lens that was used for this session was my 75-300mm. Natural light, no reflector or other equipment.
Check out the 75-300mm & other recommended lenses.
Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6 III Telephoto Zoom Lens: https://amzn.to/2CyjTJe
Nikon 35mm (for crop frame cameras): https://amzn.to/2RbJgIQ
Nikon 50mm (recommended for full frame cameras): https://amzn.to/2BCIwCO
Canon 50mm (recommended for full frame cameras): https://amzn.to/2Rkjdiw
What is your #1 tip for marketing to seniors that you’d like other photographers to know?
My number one marketing tip I would give photographers about their seniors is really get to know each and every one of them–form a different connection with each one of them, so that they are always wanting to come back and shoot with you.
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