Tony and I don’t have many photos of each other. That’s mostly because I’m always the one behind the camera. There are many photos of him, when he’s volunteered to be in front of my cameras when I’ve wanted to try out different techniques, but not so many of the both of us.
When I found out not only that Tony gifted me with a couples session for Christmas, but one with Steven Fairfield, I just about died with excitement. I’ve admired his work for about year now and was thrilled that Tony also loved his style.
Steve is nothing shot of amazing, and I can honestly say that I wouldn’t be an ounce upset if any of my potential clients booked with him. That’s how much I like him and his work! He was personable, helped us adjust to being in front of the camera (it WAS weird at first! Heck, now I know how some of my clients feel), and he spent so much time with us making sure each shot was perfect, unique, and reflected who we are as a couple. I noticed these things in Steve because they are the main tenants in how I work with my clients/couples, and he’s inspired me to work even harder with my wonderful clients to make sure I squeeze as much out of each session as possible.
Here are only a few of our very favorites from the session so far. We’re going to print a few on large canvas gallery wraps (because, yes, in photography bigger is just about always better!) and there are definitely a few in the running– have any favorites you think we should definitely hang up?
See the full portrait session here. THANKS, STEVE! Can’t wait to see you soon :).
PS– I have not taken any of the photos in this post. That gal is me!