On Wednesday I had a portrait session scheduled with a young lady who is the younger sister of someone I had photographed a few years back. I waited at the Washington Park Rose Gardens for her to show up, enjoying the warm sunlight and the scent of the roses. After a while, her mom walks up to me, and asks if they might reschedule their portrait session for a few days later. It turns out that there was a little relationship trouble that day in her daughter’s life, and she just wasn’t up for it. So I went over to the car to talk to the daughter.
I wish I could have photographed her right then, with tears streaming down her face, dripping onto her shirt. It’s hard to concoct a good crying picture, and this was the real thing. But, even though I’m a guy, I do have enough working radar to be able to detect when is a good time to ask for such things, and when not to. This was a definite ‘not to’. So we rescheduled for today.
And it was worth doing so. Natalie is about as easy to photograph as they come. Here are some favorites:
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