One of the couples I met loved my work enough that they booked me on the spot. Tracy, Andrew & I met up a couple of weeks later in a quieter environment so that I could get to know them and their dog.
Anyway, we met up and discussed our goals for the session; we had a lot of wall space to fill, so the goal was some large mounted, framed metallic prints for the bedroom, a large metal print for the Man Cave, and a mounted, metallic framed print in the foyer.
Our session was at one of my favorite Raleigh locations during sunrise; Camel was, of course, an excellent model. We put him on a tracking lead (safety first!) and let him do fun Lab things so as not to bore him with the Puparrazi. There was absolutely beautiful early morning light filtering in, and we made some gorgeous images. Of course, it was kind of a given with such a beautiful family in front of my lens!
A week after our session, we met up again for Camel's humans to go over his proofs and place their order. While the humans looked over their proofs, Camel & I had a friendly game of tug, and once they were done, we were able to see exactly what their images would look like on their walls thanks to a super nifty app. Decision making is so much easier when you can visualize what you want, where you want it!
So without further ado, here are a couple of my favorites from Camel's session.