#SundayFunday with the fam! Photo by @emilyannhughes_. "I love for my clients to feel as comfortable as possible in front of my camera. I give them guidance with poses, while also encouraging them to talk and play. This shot is such a good reminder for me to let them do exactly that. This sweet little girl was getting a little tired and I had them in a pose to smile at the camera. Her mom took a break to sing her 'Pat-a-Cake,' and it ended being one of my favorite shots from the session!" — Emily Ann Hughes⠀
📷 on #fuji400h with a #contax645 in Charleston, South Carolina.
@sarahcarpenterphotography#pvtakeover Day 3// Travel // First of all, thank you so much from the bottom of my heart for following along with my journey! It means the world to me. 💕 For my last post, I wanted to talk a little about #travelphotography. The first books I ever read when I started photography were a series by @scottkelby. I don’t remember much of what I read to be honest. It’s been a while, and quite a lot of the information is for digital photographers, but one thing I do remember and that has always stuck with me is how Kelby talked about travel and landscape photography. He mentioned that, in order to stand out, a photographer needs to stop trying to shoot the popular view or scene or scape. He encouraged shooting unique angles and scenes. It’s so easy to want to have the perfect image of the Eiffel Tower or Big Ben, but the images I always love the most are the smaller details or the funky angles I get while wandering the quieter streets—the details that tell the story of a place and its people.⠀
📷 on #fuji400h with a #contax645 at #ColumbiaUniversity in New York.⠀