I did a candid photoshoot of Angeline and her husband for PicTrip. It was a great experience and allowed me to learn a little more about San Francisco, the new city I'm in.
I recently had the pleasure of photographing Victoria, for PicTrip.com. Before going into how the day went, I'll tell you a bit about Victoria.
She was visiting from England. She writes a travel blog, pommietravels.com; can you say dream job?! She was also very sweet. The shoot took place early Saturday morning. This was smart since she choose Dumbo for her photo shoot.
I know what you're thinking "Dumbo?...everyone goes to Dumbo for photo shoots, be it weddings or sweet sixteen portraits." Well there's a reason people love getting their picture taken there, it's a great location!
I would have my picture taken there as well if didn't hate being in front of the camera. I love Dumbo, especially early in morning when no one is there and you don't have to fight for space with other photographers.
So, not only was she very nice, and has a dream job, she also has good taste in locations. The day went well. It was extremely cold and windy, but we braved the weather. She was a great subject to photograph, very easy going. After spending some time around Janes Carousel, we made our way to the Brooklyn Bridge. Luckily it wasn't congested with people when we got there, but we did have to dodge a few bikes, and selfies. It was her first time on the bridge. She enjoyed it. After the shoot was over, she pulled out her own camera and started taking photographs.
Spent sometime taking a few shots of the Alwyn Court building on 58th street. Its a beautiful building. We are lucky to have such a wonderful building in NYC. I adore its French Renaissance style, and its elaborate terra-cotta ornamentation. There is such a stark difference between the french style exterior and the surrounding architecture.
PS 241 in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, a second-grade class celebrating the completion of their wonderful Behind the Book project on improving their community.
Had a wonderful time shooting the 2nd grade class of PS 241 for Behind the Book. The kids wrote a wonderful book and they were very inspiring.