Oh would you look at that, a photograph that isn’t black & white. Miraculous. So, forget about the overly sarcastic introduction, here’s another shot from a recent photo shoot. And as I said before, feel free to check out my last few posts, where I have discussed this photo shoot, in detail. And yes, I cannot seem to stop talking about this photo shoot, but I’m just so proud of how far I’ve come, so please bear with me. It’ll be over soon, I promise.
I feel as if this shot appears more editorial, in ways. The inclusion of all the jewelry enhances it completely, and of course, the interesting posture of the model (Amelia Comeford). I have to say, fashion photography is actually appealing to me at the moment. It’s definitely something I want to consider, and have options. Throughout this photo shoot, I shared such enthusiasm with the idea of photographing fashion pieces, that the question sparked a flurry of ideas. I could pursue fashion photography, and delve into the creativity of the fashion industry, but should I take the chance? Should I stick with what I adore most? Or should I reach out and grab what could potentially be life changing? Portraiture and Landscapes give me such drive, that I cannot seem to fathom moving on from it. I suppose I should reside with what pleases me most, and what allows me to share the beauty of nature and people. Fashion is very particular, and fashion photography is a whole different ball game. The fashion industry has it’s ups and downs, but I struggle to imagine myself immersed among it. Albeit, my creativity will be enhanced entirely. I suppose, it’s important that I have options, and whether I choose to go with it, shall be a whole other story. Perhaps, I’ll just think about it, and if another photo shoot, pops up, I won’t deny the chance.
Anyway, why do I always ramble? I didn’t know I could. This blog is really encouraging me to completely open up, be an open book. Typing little things like this, really relaxes me. Sharing my photography with all of you has been such a treat, and I have found so much joy in doing so. Whether I pursue fashion photography, or just stick with what I prefer, I hope you’ll stick with me on this enticing journey. I have FINALLY discovered my true passion, and what gives me the most joy out of my life. To think, I could have been somewhere else and be so unhappy. I’m beyond grateful.
‘We are Photographers. We are not here to show people what they can already see. We are here to give them experiences they would otherwise never have experienced. We are here to preserve the moments that otherwise would have been forgotten.’