In honor of New Year’s resolutions and making goals moving forward, I thought it a good opportunity to look back at where we’ve come from. Deep in my Photoshop files, I found one of my all time favorite shoots.
Long before TJ knew about reflectors or the difference between a full frame and crop sensor camera, before I knew about layer masks, spot healing brush, or cared about what my hair did, there was Worcester, and a red polka dot dress.
TJ and I spent a sunny September afternoon- another sign of our armatureness- walking to our favorite sites in downtown Worcester, me in classic Mary Janes with a vintage suit case as my only prop, him with a Canon Rebel T3 and 50mm f/1.4 lens.
They may not be the most sophisticated of images, but they were certainly inspirational. That one day (spurred by the need for a completely non-photography related business card) was the beginning of a love for photography beyond pretty pictures of food and fun random moments. The shots TJ captured are still some of my absolute favorite, iconic, Bowker House photos.
Though, to be honest, I still don’t really care what my hair does…
Happy New Years!