>Last year I photographed a good friends dog called Bella ( means beautiful). Bella was terminally ill with cancer at the time and ended up living just two days after our photo shoot. This session was very special to me as it enabled and taught me how to feel peoples energy through the lens. That may sound a little strange to some, but during this photo session because of the circumstances there was so much love being displayed. I believe what I am capturing during these emotional moments are peoples souls. I can even feel it when I am sitting behind the computer editing such photos. These moments are very dear to me and are truly rewarding and what I want to be able to capture for my clients. When someone who looks at a photo I have created and truly feels something in their heart, I feel I have accomplished what I set out to do.
(Bella is cropped in this photo due to a tumor on her font leg.)
The happy news I want to share is this same family now has a new family member. Her name is Callie, which also means beautiful in Greek. She is a golden retriever and is just 9 weeks old.
I got to meet Callie on Saturday and she won my heart in the first second. Of course I grabbed my camera and got a few shots. It was the end stage of my son Jack’s birthday party so I was multi tasking. I am planning on a private photo session with just Callie and her Mommy over the next week so come back for a peek.
Can’t wait to capture Callie’s Soul again.