Have you ever met a person and you instantly felt like you’ve know them for years? When silence isn’t awkward between you. The friendship is easy and the connection is like family. Well in my own way this is how the session felt to me.
I arrived to see giant smiling eyes and a wonderful warm energy. I have known the bride to be since she was a little girl but I hadn’t seen her in a while and I thought the groom to be looked really familiar. I came to find out I had know him too. Back in the days of dental assisting I actually saw him as a youngster and cleaned his teeth. This is aging me but it was over 20 years ago. His auntie and I worked together for years. So we do have this connection to start with. And the whole session was smooth as butter.
I did have a slight hiccup with bumping a button on my camera that completely shut it off. Lucky for us these days we can google anything. But you want to know what actually worked after making sure the lense adaptor was clicked in completely. I think I bumped it when changing lenses. I took the battery out and popped in back in. And it was corrected. That was something I’ve seen on numerous tutorials. So if you have any problems try that trick. And also this is a good reminder that you should always have a backup with you. Having technical problems on a shoot can really kill your creative vibe and make the clients feel you’re stress. So that’s my tip for the day. Bring a spare camera body and extra batteries.
So now for your viewing pleasure. Here is my slideshow of one of the sweetest couples I know. I cannot wait for the wedding day. https://amber-lee-photography.smartslides.com/jadyn-trevor