When I started my photography business many years ago, I was SO excited to finally be doing what I loved. I would (literally) shoot ANY project that came my way. At one point, I was shooting weddings, head-shots, school graduations and soap. (Yes, gorgeous, homemade soap for a company’s website.) Then, after juggling all of that, I was thrilled to start working with two children’s magazines covering their events and sponsors. Needless to say, I got so busy shooting anything and everything, I quickly forgot what I was MOST passion about.
But after a year of saying ‘yes’ to everything, I found myself having to turn down sessions with children because I was too busy photographing the outside of swim schools. That’s when I decided I had to stop shooting everything, to be able to shoot with I was the MOST passionate about- CHILDREN.
So when Daniel and Jenna asked me to do a session for them (post-marriage/pre-kids), I politely told them I was a Children’s Photographer and they’d have to find someone else…
As much as I LOVE shooting kids (and have been told I make it look easy), it’s REALLY, REALLY, REALLY hard work at times!
Shooting a gorgeous couple in a gorgeous location (thanks, Mary Anne!), was a GREAT way to end an awesome season!