IF you think you're work is great and its because you have the camera and hit the shutter, or because your a model and your pretty...think again. There is a huge list of people I've learned from and who have encouraged me and gave me raw, invaluable critique. But at the same time, kept me on the path I started out on, making me a bit wiser. They've heard me say " I might as well give it up, its not happening " and they've seen my work along the way and still said to keep going. They saw something inside me that I didn't see. A hunger. A burning desire. A passion. They fanned that fire and kept it going, when I almost let it go out. Those people are my TEAM. They got me here. Without them, encouraging me, listening to me, looking at my work even though it was, I'm sure, hard to do so for very long, without them, I would have given up. I didn't see everything they did. I couldn't make it here by myself. I needed a team.
This month, me and my TEAM were published in Ellements June 2013 ISSUE
I'm so proud of everyone for all their hard work and creative talents. Its because of all of you, that made all of this, possible.
I just wanted to take a moment and thank my TEAM. They did an amazing job, professional, creative, awesome! Did I mention, PUBLISHED?? Oh...nothing. Make up Artist- Damaris De Angel, Hair Stylist- Ann Loperena, Designer- Kitty Dymn, Photographer assistant- Kyle Fleming, Model-Stephanie Ambjornson Schroderheim, Project Manager- Francesca Greenwood
It was certainly a lot of hard work that went on this shoot. You can't tell that from the photos because the team had Damaris and Ann on location to assist Stephanie with all the environmental factors. All the work paid off - Congrats to all - Kyle Fleming
Only two things are important for me in a photo. The first thing is that the model knows its work and the message that photographer, the second thing is that the photographer knows its camera to be able to use a good skill(technology). Nothing inside the photo has to be clear everything has to be a mystery for the one who observes the photo
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