Create More Think Less

November 29, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

Create More, Think Less. 

Creation is the act of making something that wasn't here the day before. I'm trying to grow and expand my knowledge, learning different types of art and studying the masters will not only help with the composition of my photographs but I will actively think about the background, whether there are distractions that can or should be avoided so you can make a more pleasing photograph.  Vermont Engagement PhotographerVermont Engagement Photographer

 

 

 

Capturing a moment still in time is something I try to remember to always be grateful for. No one ever knows the last moment that they'll be able to capture the beauty that nature unveils to us on a daily basis, whether it's a brilliant sunrise, a baby's first steps, or father and daughter dance moments such as these are priceless to those who are in those moments as well as the onlookers of the event. Photographing these occasions is something I'm always humbled to be part of, experiencing moments of raw emotion, and what unfolds around you not only takes a keen eye and endurance to keep up with whatever kind of pace the event moves at. 

As a professional photographer, I am always striving to find new ways of capturing photographs that will be uniquely yours. This can mean many things from climbing trees or getting on my belly for the perfect shot- whatever it takes!

The point is this: if you're looking at something in one light and see another perspective, go ahead with confidence knowing there'll never again be anything quite like what came outta YOUR session because no two sessions are alike here...we do everything differently every time so as not get bored doing similar work.
 

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I don't want to be an automatic photographer, I always use Manual mode so that I'm in total control of the light, light is the only essential element to photography. Without light, there is nothing for depth, contrast, or shaping. We can modify, diffuse, soften, and reflect the light we use to create a stunning portrait. Its light that can create a vision in my mind, recreating what was seen in a dream or in wondering can be that can set me apart from others in my field.

In the photo above, I love to use an off-camera flash to balance the light so that this couple has the same amount of light falling on their faces to make sure that their eyes are in sharp focus. In my opinion, the eyes are the most important part of any portrait, without this light, the eyes seem lifeless.

I want more, I want to be the best, I want success, I'll achieve more, I'll be better every day. I'm grateful for what I've learned and I’m gaining more knowledge all the time. 

Thanks for stopping by, make sure you leave a comment if you have any questions. Look forward to talking with you. Contact Us

B. Farnum Photography 

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