Chapter 9. A Session on the Move


Nature is by and large to be found out of doors, a location where, it cannot be argued, there are never enough comfortable chairs.

—Fran Lebowitz

I think of my family photography sessions on location as mini field trips. That’s a rather apt take on it because we really are taking on an adventure of sorts. And, from my perspective, if it doesn’t feel like that, we’re not maximizing the possibility of this experience. I believe we should be exploring, we should be finding new areas to discover, we should be alternately blending in and standing out from the backgrounds, and we should be finding a spirit that is unique ...

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