I'm typically scary when it comes to even the thought of having to pose. So I generally try to moonwalk my way out of certain opportunities. I'd much rather chill behind the camera and let a person do their thing. In my particular case, my client’s thing is generally love, romance, celebration, joy and the like. I get to document couples ready to declare their love and vows to each other, and document those who may be at a place in life where their heart may be the warmest it's been in a long time.
In steps my dope photographer friend, Lindsey, and one of her best friends, Lauren. We happened to bump into each other at a local spot we frequent. A little bit of creative minds clashing and the next thing you know, Lauren — upon just meeting — agreed to be a source of inspiration for Lindsey and I. We're taking turns, asking Lauren — who swears she doesn't take pictures or models— to do this or that, and she does it effortlessly.
A little police, a little rain, a little allergic reaction for Lindsey, but I enjoyed it all. Thank you Lauren for your friendliness and welcoming demeanor. Your creativity was bliss! Lindsey you were like a child's blanky helping me to be much more comfortable as I had opportunity to feed off of your creativity, and time to think of ideas when you were being creative.
Had a blast!