There’s no doubt that our CMpros are busy. They have families to care for, jobs to maintain, many have businesses to look after, and they all know how to take stunning photographs. Have you ever wondered what a day looks like for one of the CMpros? How do they manage their time? When do they get it all done? You loved Sara’s ‘A Day In The Life’ post so much that we decided to make it a regular new series(…)
by Lee Ann Norris
Do you remember as a kid getting your pictures awkwardly taken at school? You would have a slightly crooked smile with a deer in the headlights look. And looking back you think if they had just talked to me, and gotten to know a little about me I would have looked like a happy kid instead of the one who wasn’t sure what was really going on. It would have taken a little bit more time, but(…)
by Lee Ann Norris
When I started my photography business back in 2007 I proclaimed loudly, strongly and with great confidence I was not ever going to shoot a wedding. In fact, I was going to shoot babies, kids, and families. But weddings, I would never shoot a wedding. It was too stressful, you only had one shot, and I never wanted someone to look back and think my wedding pictures suck. I am laid-back and chill, weddings weren’t for me. (…)
Rarely do you come across someone who is completely comfortable in front of the camera, and even those people need a little direction. It can be difficult to get your subject to ease into the photography session, be themselves, and let their true personality shine. CMpro Lee Ann Norris is guest blogging for us and is sharing some of her tricks to getting her subjects to relax in front of the camera!
simple tips to get your subjects to relax