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~ The behind scenes of the individuals I have an honor to experience their moments ~
The Virginia Arts Festival Season 2013
A Fabulous Time!
Connecting On A Personal Level
A professional photographer wants to have the abilities to connect with your clients on a personal level; clients are friends, family, new friends, acquaintances, and so forth.
It is up to us to capture the individual's personalities in that exact moment. We pretty much are "walking in other people's shoes". I believe that's the best statement for our connection with fantastic people.
I love my career and I love taking it to another level towards connecting with the situations I am photographing. One of my favorite things to do is communicate with them way before hand to know how I need to capture that situation. I want my clients hands on with me too. I love different ideas. I love challenges that come through during a photography session, but my main goal is to handle them before the session. So, I communicate to my clients and figure out certain amount of steps.
1) Who are they?
2) What each of them are representing?
3)What does the family represent as a unit?
4) What types of funny moments do they love to bring out the best in each other?
5) Any little children in the bunch?
6) Any family pets included in the fantastic crew?
7) What type of pet are they?
8) What is the genre of the kids?
9) What are the ages?
10) What type of kids and ages are they? Personalities, favorite colors, moments, how do they act?
11) What are the special quarks of each of them (even the parents)?
12) What type of event is this?
13) What type of individual will be at the event?
14) What type of musician am I photograph?
15) How many are in the group?
16) What type of personalities does each of them have?
...And so on and so forth.
After awhile you really get to know the clients on a personal bases and understand who they really are. I love to say this saying: "We are all human" and we are! We all have our moments and we all have our ups & downs. We all go through rough patches or fantastic patches! It is up to me to photograph those moments and photograph the family exactly who they are.
I am a fantastic individual who loves to know the inner person of my clients and I am lucky to have clients who love that about me.
PHOTOGRAPHING FOR COLORADO
Mileage will be added on if you are outside a 200 mile range from where I live. If you are interested of having me fly out to do this promotion you are able to call me and I can take appointments within a few day period and you will have to pay for my ticket or gas to that location. (The amount $100 will go towards the Red Cross)
Have any questions call me!
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The Al Pacino
A fantastic experience
I photographed Al Pacino last Thursday and it was an amazing experience! I am learning from everything I do. I am still telling myself, "WOW!! HOW COOL!"
I am truly pleased. I am excited that this was an experience of a lifetime.
Here is how I handled this event. I was invited to photograph and I am truly thankful! THANK YOU!
The team I am photographing with (A fantastic team) consists of about 4 or 5 of us. We are a great team. I decided to go to the 3rd balcony because I don't want to be in the hairs of the artists. I don't like having a camera in my face. I create art away. I use all of my surroundings to capture that moment. My photographs turned out beautiful and I am pleased! I could have been on the first floor and I wish I started down there, but that is OK. I stayed high and got the whole group shots. I love those personal shots, but this was my first big big big name event and I wanted to take it slow.
Well, since I am going on. I am heading to the beach today with the love of my life and I better start getting things together.
Tell me what you think. Would you rather be in the face of a big artist ( in a tasteful way) or would rather enjoy the entire event and capture the moments the audience is feeling too?
I guess, I could have had "my cake and ate it too" with being close and far away. But... this was my first big big event. I have photographed well known artists local or not, but we are talking about Al Pacino here..
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Kathryn Rincker's Photography News
Photographed the Daedalus Quintet yesterday in Portsmouth. Photographs being posted soon!
I am going to start my wedding adventures in the next week. I will have a portfolio of how I photograph weddings and the behind scenes of a wedding I am photographing!
Virginia Arts Festival is starting this week! I am excited about the opportunities for me to create beautiful art!
A big promotion is going to be placed out shortly! Please be on the look out for that!
I have started working with