The Storchs in Berthoud

It’s such and honor when another photographer asks me to be their photographer.  It’s flattering, and it’s liberating.  It’s flattering because  we photographers are picky, and we all know a ton of other photographers-it’s a large community.  It’s liberating because I know that they know what to expect.  I know that they know how realistic it is to get 100 perfect images of everybody smiling and looking pretty.  It’s not.  They also trust me–knowing that what they are experiencing in front of the camera is very different than how I’m reading things behind it.  It’s a fun ride.

Susannah was great–all of the above and more. We connected as photographers, mothers of young kiddos and the struggle to balance the two.  And hopefully, we will connect in the near future over margaritas…

When I grow up, I want to be a photographer’s photographer.


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August 16, 2016 at 11:59 PM

Palomas! Thank you again Julie–we love them, everyone loves them. Thanks so much for capturing a couple hours of us playing/hanging out.

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