Everyone’s heard the old saying, “location location, location”. And while that is true in business it is probably even MORE true for a photography session. Location is key. It sets the whole stage and tone for how the session is going to play out.
Whenever someone contacts me about setting up a shoot my first question is always, “Do you have any ideas about where you’d like to shoot?” The answer to that single question is what will dictate the rest of the shoot: clothes, props, poses, everything. And while I like to believe that we can get beautiful images of your family anywhere, picking a great location makes it possible for us to get amazing photographs that we just might not be able to get in your back yard.
There are a million different places to shoot but generally people break down into four main categories: field, park, beach or old buildings.
BUILDINGS AND ALLEYS
Have you heard of baby Easton or EB? Like most people, his story has affected myself and my family in ways that I can’t even begin to describe in words. We’ve been following the story closely and have wanted to do something but have, until recently, come up empty handed as to what that is. Being inspired by all of the wonderful little companies trying to make a difference in his life and find a cure for this horrific disease, we have decided to hold an entire day of our holiday mini-sessions on November 11th in Los Angeles and donate 100% of the proceeds to the family.
BABY EASTON FUNDRAISER
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11th
45 minute session + 10-15 high resolution images
Price is only good for advertised day. Location will be at a TBD park in LA county. $150 deposit and signed contract are required to hold session date. Balance due at beginning of session. In case of rain, mini-session date will be rescheduled asap.