When I first started out, I was the photographer who didn’t think before clicking. I was usually pretty nervous working with clients during a shoot, and rapid fire just seemed like the easy way out. Months went by! I kept my trigger-finger pretty busy and soon enough I had amassed an incredible volume of images. It wasn’t until I stopped one day to evaluate my own work that I realized how random and unoriginal my photography truly appeared. There was little consistency in terms of style, and my work really didn’t seem any different compared to the photographer next door. Something had to change!
I immediately began to dissect my images after every shoot. Over time, I became much more critical of my work; asking myself questions like:Which images was I really proud of? Why? Among these images, what seemed to work? Was it the location, posing, lighting? Would it be possible to