Don't finish that sentence.
So Sarah and I got together last night and had one of our infamous brainstorming session and an interesting topic came up. What kind of photographers were we? Yes we technically offer pretty much everything, but when it's all said and done, if there was only one field left in the entire world to be a part of, which would either of us want it to be?
While we differed in our choices (i'm all about the romance, she's all about the togetherness of family) I found it interesting how we work together. We've done a few sessions in the past couple of months (ranging on both ends of the spectrum) where I was utterly amazed at how easy it was to work beside her. We never tripped over each other or had to question who was directing. While one was adjusting or thinking, the other easily took over the session and continued the flow. It was fascinating that the way we communicate to each other in our every day lives continued even when we are working.
Now don't get me wrong, I never expected us NOT to be able to work together. I just am surprised at just how WELL we do.
But we still went back to that pivotal question. What kind of photographers were we? And it came down to this.
Hi, I'm Ariana, and I'm a wedding and lifestyle photographer. And my best friend? She's Sarah, and she's a family and portrait photographer.
And that's Faces in Focus.
I think I just came up with our new tagline.
Thanks for reading!
And for the sake of having a picture, here's a picture of Shelby (left) & Bentley (right). They're brother & sister. Bentley lives with Sarah and Shelby is my baby girl. They both think they are human and at the time being are satisifying our desire to have children! :)