Janyce Okamoto

My approach was to slow down. I had a model that needed to be comfortable in front of the camera. Janyce and I know each other from the gym. We do burpees together. I knew I had that connection. Still I know it can be difficult to have a camera in your face. Keeping her warm and comfortable was my priority. I chipped away at my location. When I was satisfied with what I captured...I moved on to the next idea.

My mind kept switching from what I wanted to what I felt my client would like. I also only took about 150-200 frames which is not a lot for me. I looked at histogram a ton too and not really the image. I hope it's some type of break through. I bet it was from all my iPhone photos lately. (seriously)

Loved how everything turned out. Thanks Brady Stephenson for assisting me during my shoot.


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