Finding Joy

When I started this exciting journey into photography I was completely fired up to photograph everyone and everything I came across.  Whenever I was asked to photograph someone or something I said yes!  I was having fun and learning lots in the process.  A few years later I found myself on a family vacation completely reluctant to touch my camera.  Here I was on a vacation working like a dog trying to finish up client files and make galleries when I should have been making and capturing memories with my family.  This was the moment it clicked, photography had become a chore and I was no longer enjoying it.  Ever since that day I have been on a mission to find joy in photography again.  I joined Conni and formed LIFEDOTSTYLE, so that I could photograph weddings and boudoir and still be in love with photography.  I started saying no when I didn’t think I was the right photographer for projects I was asked about.  I also started saying no once I was fully booked, instead of trying to squeeze in one more session (though I am still terrible at saying no).  Additionally I started taking on personal projects.  Photographing people and projects simply to make my happy and to fulfill myself creativity.  This is one of those personal projects.  It makes me happy.

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