This week’s Photographer of the Week award and blog feature has been awarded to Jennifer of Quincey & Company Photography LLC! Jennifer services Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas and surrounding areas.
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What inspired this session and how was it planned?
My twin seniors were completely open and flexible. I wanted them to have a city feel but also plenty of greenery. We drove 45 minutes away to a neighboring town that offers so many places to shoot with varying looks. The girls wanted to keep all of their outfits in their school colors of black, white, and yellow. This was shot in December, and a cold front had just come through; and we Texans aren’t prepared for that! After having the second wettest fall on record in Texas, we had already rescheduled our session twice, so we kept our third (rain free) appointment. I really like the warm and moody theme with the images. I’m also a sucker for a super serious face! The girls rocked their session–chilly temps and all!
What was your favorite thing about this session/these seniors?
Abbi and Anni were my first senior twins, and they are both drop-dead gorgeous to boot! It was so much fun, and I’m sure they were tired of me saying how gorgeous they were! I was so excited to edit this session.
What lenses and other equipment did you use?
I kept my Canon 50mm 1.2L on for this entire session, and I used natural light with reflectors.
Check out the 50 mm and reflector below:
Canon 50 mm f/1.2L: https://amzn.to/2RmwDuE
Neewer 43-inch 5-in-1 Collapsible Reflector: https://amzn.to/2Ve0iVX
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8: https://amzn.to/2LGFnpX
Nikon 50mm f/1.8G: https://amzn.to/2LDAVbL
What is your #1 tip for marketing to seniors that you’d like other photographers to know?
Social media is where it’s at! I’m from a somewhat rural area, and word of mouth means so much. The majority of my clients come to me after seeing previous client work via social media sharing. I make it easy for clients to share their galleries and videos with friends and family.
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