“Shooting a session in San Francisco with crazy weather was awesome!
The couple was up for anything. I had a hard time watching trough the viewfinder because of the fog, rain & crazy wind.
I read somewhere that bad weather equals great images so we decided to go for it!”
Fer’s Photography Tip:
The best tip I can give is to never stop shooting & let the couple feel your love for photography!
Ross, the client in these photos, blogged about the experience of being on the other side of the camera.
Here’s what Ross had to say:
“Within minutes of meeting Fer you are already heavily engaged in conversation, laughing and feeling his positive energy radiant from his excitement and passion for his craft. This was our first touch point with his brand without getting to his craft. By the time we got to our first location the weather had taken a turn from bad to worse, though we went for it. Not only did I learn that Fer hadn’t done a session in the rain before, though he gave us the confidence to focus on what the session was about, that being “us” and not the surroundings.
The key points are that as a photographer, social interaction, support and motivation are just as key as your craft which lend itself to the final product. These are also add ons to the brand that you can only experience within the internal process, which add to your hidden brand culture and client excitement.”
You can read more about Ross’s thoughts as a client behind the camera in his blog post here.
Fer used a Nikon DF with a Sigma 35mm f/1.4 lens to capture these images.
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