They chose me.
they choose me.
Mostly dictated by my understanding of what sells in stock or by the clients
My subject are chosen more out of emotion. When I feel lonely or sad or happy, ideas then come to me on what to photograph.
If my subjects are not choosing me, I look for an interesting person that emanates a strong trait or characteristic.
It's either because I'm inspired by what I see or I have a job to do and I find inspiration in my product or object.
Most jobs find me.
I don't, they choose me. They invite me to come over and capture them. Like a dance, many angles...the light ever changing.
I have an idea or see something that catches my eye.
It just happens, i meet someone and if they turn me on in anyway i usually want to make an image of them.
otherwise its magazine, record label assignments.
By personal interests such as yoga, equestrian, people. Or by assignment.
Whatever I get excited about!
I work mostly on assignment, but when I do shoot on my own, or on a travel assignment, I generally just go after what catches my eye. Very often, a story can be told in a person's eyes- which is likely what begins my desire to photograph the subject. Other times, it's the light or the scene the subject happens to be a part of.