7 /31 Epic Summer session | Rebecca Wang of Rebecca Wang photography

 

Is this session personal work or client work?

Personal, just because session.

Tell us a bit about the magic of summer + the connection to your lens?

There is something about Summer evenings, that really just does me in. The way the sun hits your face perfectly, and you can feel the warmth on your cheeks. The cool summer evening breeze that you feel with the windows rolled down on a late night drive. The instant happiness you feel being surrounded by the sun always inspires me when I’m shooting in the summer months. I want to really be able to capture those moments. Not just the sun, or pretty skies, but the sweat from the heat, the shirtless photos, the sprinkler shots. Something about summer makes me just want to pick up my camera and take in everything around me.

 What about this session makes it an Epic summer session?

After being around so many talented women, I really felt so inspired to step out of my comfort zone and shoot something new. My insanely talented friend, Karen and I went off on our own and hiked around the red rocks. The sun had already set, so she threw on a dress and I documented her. The spontaneous of it all made it thrilling and made me fall in love with these shots of her.

 What else is on your summer bucket list to photograph this summer?

Star trails. I have a shot I hope to capture this year when we do our family camping trip in Yellowstone. – What gear was used to achieve the video ? MARK III, and of course my trusty 28mm. -Any summer tips or photographer advice? The best summer tip I could give, and something I’ve been trying to remind myself of daily, is to try and really document the little things through out the day. What I mean by that is, try to imagine the smell of grass and how you could convey that in a photo. Capture the emotion of the moment and not just the moment. Look for the ordinary and turn it into summer magic.

What gear was used to achieve these 
MARK III, and of course my trusty 28mm.
 Any summer tips or photographer advice?

The best summer tip I could give, and something I’ve been trying to remind myself of daily, is to try and really document the little things through out the day. What I mean by that is, try to imagine the smell of grass and how you could convey

that in a photo. Capture the emotion of the moment and not just the moment. Look for the ordinary and turn it into summer magic.

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ABOUT THE ARTIST :

Rebecca Wang is a lifestyle and documentary photographer who loves to capture connection, and the little moments in both her personal and client work.  She is inspired by raw emotion, dark and moody light, and epic scenery.  In her personal time she loves to hike with her family, camp, eat all of the chocolate, and spend quality time outdoors with her family.

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