Category: REDEFINE

REDEFINE | Floral inspired portraits feature by Ellie Victoria Gale

REDEFINE | Floral inspired portraits feature by Ellie Victoria Gale

Tell us about what drives your work, How did you get started? My journey to the present feels like a long one. I started photography as a teenager and have spent many years experimenting with lots of different styles of photography, however, I always came back to portraits. I’ve spent a long time unhappy with …

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REDEFINE | Taking a creative leap doing Horse Photography feature by That Girl Pearl Photography

REDEFINE | Taking a creative leap doing Horse Photography feature by That Girl Pearl Photography

Photographing horses had always been a creative dream of mine. The initial challenge I faced was my own insecurity and fear. I was so reluctant to ask anyone if I could photograph their horses. It took five years of living by my neighbor who has three horses before I finally had the nerve to go ask if I could photograph them. I realize just saying that sounds so crazy. It is so sad how much we deny ourselves by letting fear take over the driving wheel. My approach for this horse shoot was to capture these beautiful animals in the area they call home, in the same manner, I conduct my family lifestyle sessions. Start by observing how they interact with each other at their own home and not pose them at all.

REDEFINE | MINIMALISM feature by JENNIFER MOHER

REDEFINE | MINIMALISM feature by JENNIFER MOHER

 <a href=”https://www.bloglovin.com/blog/19360811/?claim=9jgcn9ps27x”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> Tell us about what drives your work, How did you get started? A lot of people have wonderful answers to this sort of question, about art and inspiration and passion. The drive behind my business has always been financial gain. Throughout the years, many other elements have emerged and …

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REDEFINE | birth photography featuring Chinelle Rojas of Dear Little One

REDEFINE | birth photography featuring Chinelle Rojas of Dear Little One

The challenge, which is still actually a challenge, is convincing people that birth photography is worth the investment and that it’s not actually about the crotch shot. When I share what I do, I’m often met with faces of confusion and borderline disgust as they visualize me with my camera aimed at woman’s vagina with a crowning baby emerging. 95% of the time, that is NOT what I do.

I knew that births were where I wanted to be when I had the opportunity to capture the birth of a clients’ first child. For me, my first child’s birth is only a faint memory with bits and pieces missing. I captured for them what I didn’t have and that was, and remains, something very special to me. When I advocate for birth, I have the experience of the regret of NOT having a birth documented to speak on and it helps.