The Camera Loves Everyone!
I photograph creative women who would rather have a tooth pulled than spend time in front of the camera.
My ideal client prefers to spend her time creating with a paintbrush, whisk, keyboard, musical instrument, voice, or a writer's pen.
She loves making people happy with her wit & resourcefulness, and will only show her vulnerable side with people she trusts.
The creative zone is her favorite place to be and making an impact with her inspirational artwork brings her everlasting joy. Her strong faith in God results from the many blessings she has received in her life.
I know exactly how you feel when the camera comes out. I've been shy a good part of my life, and yes, I prefer to be behind the camera rather from in front of it.
Many years ago when I worked at a film lab, I was faced with the video camera. (Dun Dun Dun). At our Christmas party that year we were to bring baby photos of ourselves. One of the bosses decided to break out the video camera as a way to identify who the baby photos belonged to.
When it was my turn to be video taped, I placed a piece of cardboard in front of me to stop the camera from showing my face. In the end, everything was fine. (My boss even had the camera on me when I didn't notice. I'll use the same techniques during your photo session because it simply works.)