I've collected the most common questions I get from clients about photo sessions and created this FAQ. So, if you're thinking of having a photo session, you have the information easily available in one place. Let's start with the most important question of them all. Continue reading
The day I met him I could see through his photographs how he saw me. And I remember thinking, things don't get any better than this. He saw me for how I wanted to be seen. - Nate Berkus on Super Soul Sunday
It's weird how a simple thing like a photo can change your perception. I remember one occasion very clearly because it also inspired me to keep developing my photography. Continue reading
I've just finished a book about creativity called Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert, and there's one concept in particular that I liked a lot. She talks about treating creativity like an affair - sneaking off, getting glammed up, seducing inspiration and making out intensively with your creative self, even if it’s just for fifteen minutes in a dirty stairwell. Continue reading
Have you ever felt like people immediately notice a feature that you’re very self-conscious about and you start adjusting your body language?
When a woman orders a session with me, I ask her what she loves about herself. I want to know what to focus on. I also ask about the things she doesn’t like so much. It’s interesting to have these conversations. It’s an opportunity to explain that the reason why some features look worse in photographs is just because some lenses distort them, perhaps the light was bad, or the angle. Photographs are not perfect representations of reality.
Jiří Soukup is a Czech-born photographer and a dear friend of mine. I have been watching his work for some time now and I know he can take great pictures of pretty much anything - from bugs, people, buildings to moving objects. I decided to interview him about various aspects of photography. Continue reading