With this new loft - and the epic miles of vertical space that comes along with it - I keep thinking about artwork on the walls. (Is it like books and music and necklaces, Briana? Can we ever have enough?) Thus, I am starting a series of posts showcasing how client images would look as actual wall pieces. While I don't have anything against sharing one's photos on the interweb - let's agree how nice is it to experience image enjoyment screen-free?
One of the things I aim for in any photo session is to get a hero image that sums up the event. With weddings, and engagements these tend to be atmospheric and show the emotion and setting of the day.
Here is one of my favorite images from this summer. It was actually shot in the hospiral room, backlit (obviously one of my go to lighting scenarios) and profiles times three. Can it get better than this?
I went back to do a second shoot for these same clients and saw the deep and lovely custom shade of purple they painted one of the nursery walls. I imagined how beautiful the black and white image would look over the crib. And here you are - the hero on the wall!
Inspired to start living with fine art photography? - Drop me a line.