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bloom: H's Photography.

Friends, it's no secret that photography is challenging, & perfecting photos that you want to develop - or, in this day & age, download - is just plain-old hard. But thanks to a little bit of Googling & a LOT of sessions, I have figured out it's about three things: the quality of the camera, the details of the shot, & the person/people you're capturing. 

I've gotten really lucky with some of my images, & there is no secret around that: my sister, who is my muse, is the perfect photography model. The camera is good, & my basic knowledge around golden hour is so-so, but she makes my dreams come true with her outfit choices pairing with venues, & her candid and effortless poses.


But for a while, friends, I did not think that I was a great photographer.

This isn't me being humble; I genuinely did not think that I had what it took to capture portrait images that people would want to pay for. And then my sister-from-another-mister asked me to take her college graduation photos. And it turns out, I'm okay at capturing people. So much so, in fact, that one of the pictures that I took from that session ended up on the university's social media page.

Below are some of the images that I took on campus in her graduation regalia. We then moved locations to a beautiful canola field tucked in the valley. And overall, this shoot, with two locations, & a lot of outfit perfecting, took less than two hours.

So, I've decided that I am going to start posting my images on my website, & basing my cliental around high school and college seniors who need graduation photos and a graduation photographer. I want to make sure they feel that their accomplishments are captured as they grow from little caterpillars to butterflies. So, without further ado, friends, you are looking at the start of my new photography page, fittingly titled, bloom. If you're ever interested in working with me, please feel free to reach out, & we can discuss options, venues, outfits, & more. I'd be more than happy to work with you, & make your visions come true.

Thank you for your support of my mediocre artsy love.


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