|How do you choose your subjects?
Client based - referral based
Since I mainly photograph weddings and portraits, people are my focus.
within a vision in my mind
As I feel after see the subject.
I love exotic-looking people. People that catch your eye in an instant. When shooting nightlife, I choose subjects based on their actions, body language, personality, and whether or not they seem extroverted and comfortable enough for me to approach them and start blinding them with my flash in a picture bombardment.
they find me
I have been just looking through modeling sites and search for castings looking for photographers
Nicholas Viltrakis: They pay me.
I think the subjects choose us. And by that I mean, we might start of with an idea of what or who we are photographing then it changes. It becomes more than the sum of the its parts. What ever or whom ever you choose to photograph there is always a moment when you realize you are looking at something you've never seen before. There is always more. We can't freeze frame what we see except through photography, then we have the opportunity for study and contemplation; we are given the time for exploration.
where ever the action is
I already wrote in my blog, that I like to talk and to find those couples bride-groom who understand photography and want a photojournalist at their wedding.
My favorite photo session is trash the dress.
I take it one day at a time and just look for things that catch my eye or my interest.
My clients pick me!
I shoot what captures my attention.
I've asked people to pose for me, or have had friends who have asked for me to shoot them.
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