This is a time when clients send me their cards created with photos made during our family photography sessions. With that stated I am pausing for just a bit with US champs of freestyle slalom for the observance of the Holiday time and Winter Solstice. I welcome more light with each day from now on and gear up for a busy 2016. But for now: Happy Holidays from Anita Nowacka Photography!
Proud to be included on The Photo Argus ( a photography resource ) among 15 professional photographers providing their tip or technique when it comes to making portrait images.
Advice from Professional Photographers on The Photo Argus.
Photographing families and children involves both the predictable and the unknown. My objective in every family photo session is to create images that display spontaneity while also expressing the beauty and temperament of the subject. I am not people-shy. I am agile, involved, and active throughout the session. I focus on the unexpected, humorous, or touching moments that arise during a session. This spontaneity naturally occurs but can also be instigated through direction by me, the photographer. Thus I call my style “directed photojournalism”- a balance between the carefree and the guided, with attention to composition and the uniqueness of each subject. My family photo sessions take place under natural light. Photos created during a session are a medley of each child’s individual portraits, the child(ren) with each family member and the family together. Please, take a look at this family portrait slideshow:
Today, Stacya Silverman Fine Art Photography Gallery is hosting an opening reception for “The Portrait Reframed” – an exhibition of photographic portraiture by local Northwest artists – this Sunday, March 8th from 1pm to 4pm.
I am honored to be invited as one of the artist showing my work.
Here is the article about it on Queen Anne View and I hope to see you there!