Tell us a bit about your approach to the work you do, your time in the business and a few personal facts about you.
I began Diana Lubbers Photography 2 years ago following the birth of my daughter. Family/Lifestyle Photography is my main focus. I love creating memories with families, their connection and sharing their stories. For me, family photos are my most cherished. I was born in North Vancouver, BC and raised on Salt Spring Island, BC. I worked on cruise ships for 7 years, traveled to every continent, except Antartica and visited 68 countries. I met my Dutch husband, who was working onboard, 10 years ago. I moved to The Netherlands 4 years ago, we purchased a home built in 1902 and call a historical town Maassluis our home. We have two children a girl, 3, and a boy, 3 months.
When working with other small business, is a there-a change in the way you approach a session?
We really work hand in hand to ensure that we are on the same page with their vision. We work together and create Pinterest boards and have Skype/phone conversations beforehand.
What makes you the most nervous during a session?
Not executing my/our vision 200% + Memory card failure
What about this session was most memorable?
I absolutely love working with Cat, the owner of BlueBird. She is so fun, creative, talented and easy to work with.
Were there any hurdles?
Your best photographer/session advice?
Practice. Practice. Practice. Educate your clients and open communication.
What is one goal for your business?
To be published, in print, by my third year in business
What gear was used to achieve these?
Canon 50mm 1.8
Any presets used or hand editing?
LXC 04 (Thrive Archipelago)
ABOUT THE ARTIST :
Canadian gone Dutch, West Coast girl for life, wife to a handsome Dutchman, mama, world traveler, lover of the sea and adventure, coffee addict, foodie, craft beer connoisseur