Yay!! I love your videos 🙂
Thank you for this tip. It has driven me crazy trying to interact from behind the camera and I hate using an tripod. I would rather move around and talk:) So, I will practice “peeking” around the camera.
I love all your tips and videos. Thanks so much for sharing.
such a great tip!! Thanks ms. Brooke!!
Thanks for the simple, yet extremely effective, tip, Brooke!
very good tip! I never do this and I should try it!
Thanks for always sharing your great tips! You are the best!
Great tip… what are some great things to get a conversation going? Any tips would help. I seem to freeze and cant talk and shoot at the same time. But I want to make them feel comfortable…
Hi Bridget! I simply take an interest in them and their life. The same type of questions I would ask someone over lunch getting to know them–is what I do when we photograph. Its one long fun conversation for me. People usually love to talk about themselves and all it takes is a few sincerely interested questions about them, their interests, their life, their family, their goals, their dreams, and amazing things begin to happen.
Leaving on a trip to photograph 11 people over eight days soon. Totally going to try this!!!
Just discovered your site and I love it. All of your tips are so helpful!
Thank you Jacqueline! Welcome aboard! I hope you come back often!
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