It’s easy to get preoccupied with what everyone else is shooting and how. What we have to do, as cliche as it sounds, is stay true to ourselves. Once you have the basics down, you have to shoot what you love and in your own way. Just because one photographer sees a subject in a certain way doesn’t mean that you have to see that same subject in the exact same way as there are many, many correct ways to photograph a subject. To express that point, here is another installment of our photographer shoot-outs with CMpros Lucy Baber and Nina Mingioni!
shoot-out | lucy baber and nina mingioni
Nina and I met during the ClickinWalk 2012 and we immediately hit it off! We are extremely lucky to have a very active group of local CMs in the Greater Philadelphia Area, with almost monthly get-togethers, prop swaps, group shooting opportunities, and even a book club. Nina and I have both been impressed when a large group of photographers are able to meet up in one location and find ways to capture such unique perspectives of the very same subject. So we decided to meet up one gorgeous fall day in November to explore a popular nature trail nearby. We had an awesome time exploring the great outdoors through our lenses, swapping photography techniques, and catching up as friends.
Lucy – Canon 7D, Canon 100 mm f/2.8 non-L, Sigma 30 mm f/1.4
Nina – Canon 6D, Lensbaby Edge 80, 24-105 f/4L
Thank you Lucy and Nina for sharing your amazing photos from your shoot-out with us!