Natalie is another model I recently worked with to help fill out her portfolio and mine. Just another simple beauty session down at the studio. These can be anything you want – from a fancy gown to boudoir.
Morgan came to the studio after I requested somebody to use for a lighting demo. Unfortunately the demo didn’t happen but I thought she was fantastic and took the time to make some great photos and have really good conversation. She’s a really interesting young lady and I’m glad I had the chance to make some portraits of her. Sometimes things just work out.
I first met Shannon earlier this year when I took family portraits with her, her husband Jason and (my new best friend) Sawyer. We had a blast that day down in Chagrin Falls. Turns out that the entire family does a little modeling every now and then and Shannon needed new headshots. What great reason to head down to the studio and spend the afternoon taking portraits.
Nothing more beautiful than a smile and self confidence.
A corset and a pink tutu don’t hurt either.
This is the second time I’ve taken portraits of Carling and it won’t be the last. She and her fiance have selected me to shoot their engagement photos and wedding later this year!
This session was taken back before the holidays, but I’ve been sitting on it since I knew the images were going to be given away to some folks as Christmas presents and I didn’t want to be the one that ruined the surprise! The plan was originally to shoot outside in University Circle, but the weather turned cold and windy so we moved into the beautiful new atrium at CMA. I’d say that worked out pretty well for us. We all did sneak out into the cold at the very end for one picture using the building exterior.
So – here are the pictures! I heard everybody loved the getting them as gifts!