What I learned (as a photographer) about how to prepare for a photoshoot…and why we shouldn’t freak out!
[vc_row source=”” text=”ABOUT CARROT SEED PHOTOGRAPHY–Serving the Long Island, NY community” font_container=”tag:h2|font_size:30px|text_align:left|color:%232f7515″ use_theme_fonts=”” google_fonts=”font_family:Antic%3Aregular|font_style:400%20regular%3A400%3Anormal” link=””][vc_column][vc_column_text] You may have noticed that I recently got my headshots done for my website and all my social media. The process put me on the receiving of the camera for a change, and it TOTALLY freaked me out. As I reflect on the experience I can easily break it down to three things that I probably should have considered to pre-empt the situation. I thought it would be useful to share them in case you have booked a session in the near future and for lack
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I know they’re out there cause I am one too– mom’s that have their own small business, working out of their houses. They often hold down full or part-time jobs outside the home, but they make it work because they’re super passionate about what they’re creating, allowing their creative juices to flow because it fulfills them. Kayla Kaye owner of The Kitch has managed to pull off this role and then some. From the moment I walked into her home I knew she had managed to be able to create work-life balance with grace and passion. I left her home
“Carrots grow from carrot seeds, I planted one to grow. I watered it, I pulled the weeds. Carrots grow from carrot seeds.” –Ruth Krauss
I’m so glad you stopped by! I’m here to create authentic, creative, joyful images of your unique family. My sessions are fun, laid back, and take place in beautiful locations in Long Island and New York City, or in the comfort of your own home. If you are looking to create some memorable art of your unique family you’ve come to the right place.