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How to make your photo sessions more effective…

Familiarity – Shoot in locations you know well. This will keep you calm and relaxed and remove the element of not being familiar with your surroundings… To be even more controlled, when possible try even to shoot at the same time of day, so that you’re familiar with the light conditions…

Breathe – If you start feeling frantic and out of control, take a breather… Put your camera down, shake it out and calculate your next shot…

Resist – Mostly when you resist the impulse to just “grab” this certain shot and actually more “handcraft” the portrait you’re after, you’ll feel far more deeply satisfied with the end result. Because no matter how magical the “grabbed” shots may ever have been, you’ll always know that you didn’t make those photos, you merely captured them…

Challenge – Set yourself a challenge… Plan a shot… Go out and take it… Don’t shoot anything else… Dedicate the session to taking that one perfect shot and once you think you’ve got it, go home and revel in the beauty of what you’ve accomplished… You’ll get addicted, promise! And next time, try two ideas and then three…

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