I haven’t photographed a human in-person since the beginning of March. It’s currently the middle of May and I miss photographing people, interacting with them, laughing with them, witnessing their true beauty come out as I pose them, talk with them, and photograph them. In this digital age we live in, however, I’m thankful for the opportunity to still photograph people via FaceTime and these FaceTime photoshoots have been giving me life lately.
Recently I photographed three different FaceTime photoshoots with friends and clients and I’ll tell you what – my cheeks hurt by the end of each session from smiling so much. My spirit was lifted in ways I didn’t know I needed and I’m so thankful we live in a world that allows us to photograph others through our computers.
Interested in booking a FaceTime photo session?
They’re easy and fun! To book a FaceTime photo session, all you need is an iPhone, iPad, or MacBook that we can use for the FaceTime photoshoot.
When we’re ready for the call, I’ll call you, we’ll chat a little bit, and you’ll show me around your place so I can get an idea of what we’re working with. Then, when we’re ready, you’ll set up the phone / tablet / laptop wherever it’s needed using tables, stacks of books, those puzzles you’ve been completing during quarantine, or anything that holds your device level (and, if you have one, a phone or tablet tripod is ideal but it’s okay if you don’t). Once the device is situated, I will guide you and ease you into the pose and photograph you through FaceTime’s camera button – it’s that simple!
If you’re ready to book a FaceTime photoshoot with me, I currently have donation-based gift cards available, which you can purchase here.
I can’t wait to work with you!
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