Hello Peeps. Been a month since I blogged. I have been busy working the fall photoshoots. My entire October month was booked and what better than fall colors session besides some product photography. It’s definitely been an exciting month since I got to sing at my first ever concert. Busy life but hey, I’m not complaining. Today I want to talk about my 1st shoot in the snow. (Literally!)
Word of mouth is very effective they say. It’s a proof of clients’ satisfaction when clients refer their friends to me. Deepthi & Arjun referred their friends to me and before I knew it we had our session planned. Thanks Deepthi & Arjun...
We decided to have a family photoshoot at International peace garden. If you know me, you know that I love that place. It’s charming and has tons of cute spots to choose from. I started discussion with the sweet daughter who seemed so excited about the photoshoot. The energy was so infectious that it got me all excited and pumped up. As the day approached, I shared some inspiration shots to get the ideas rolling.
The family was well clad in maroon on a beautiful snowy day. Snow storm had filled the park with its snowflakes. Silently,like thoughts that come and go, snowflakes fell, each one a gem. They say when snow falls , nature listens . The park was filled with white pearls and made me very enthusiastic about the session . As soon as the family joined me for the session, we discussed how perfect the setting was and started searching around for our first spot.
While we walked around, the snow gods literally poured over us making the situation a little vulnerable. I was concerned of the weather and the cold . But to my surprise the couple was thrilled and excited as they always wished to recreate the “Roja” scene. Light snow worked in our favor and we got some really awesome shots in the snow.
Although it was slightly cold the family did a great job in posing and looked lovely in front of the camera. The session definitely had a very positive aura as we cruised along capturing some precious moments. They definitely had their moments and made my first shooting experience in the snow totally worth it.
Overall it was a great shoot in the snow and I truly felt - There's no business like snow business. So long peeps!