Teenage siblings are a difficult concept in portrait photography, especially if they are not of the same sex. Their relationship at that stage of life can be grudging acceptance rather than brotherly or sisterly love. It would be inappropriate to pose them as “cute” children and unfitting if they came over as a couple …
At Wolf Kettler Photographer, we will be re-opening for business as usual on Monday, 3 September 12, after our summer break. Over the next few days and weeks, I will be telling you about some of the things that happened during August, such as Wendy and Steve’s wedding, my visit to the beautiful island of Paxoi in Greece and why Greece is still very much on the map and as much open for business as I am.
Just so that you know what you are missing if you are not booked in for a photo session today: A cup of delicious Monsoon Malabar coffee from India with just the right quantity of frothy milk, sprinkled with a little chocolate.
The other thing that you will be missing is a set of beautiful photographs that will make your inner essence shine and your heart happy.
I am not at all technology addicted but I do believe that working with reliable, appropriate equipment is as much part of a great service as the warm welcome and the delicious cup of coffee. When I received a set of new studio lights, they needed testing and, as I do not keep models in my wardrobe (they need regular feeding and constant attention), this was a brilliant excuse for a self-portrait.