The power of good karma
I had a recent shoot back when I was home in Denmark for a visit.
This girl is amazing. We also had a session in April where she explained to me why she wanted me as her photographer.
Years back, I was hired to do a session for an author. I took him on a trip around Copenhagen and his then girlfriend tagged along. She and I clicked big time. It was such a fun session, his images turned out amazing and one of them was used in the novel he was about to publish.
I didn't think more of it really, but just remembered it as an awesome session.
She proceeded to follow me on social media and as years went by, I managed to forget her name.
Then one day, a few days before I was set to go to Denmark again, she writes to me. She wants a session and miraculously I had time in my extremely busy DK schedule. Everything just added up. She had followed my work all these years, wanting to book with me one day. Life had happened, and I had moved to the States, but she never stopped wanting that session.
When we were done with our session in April, she proceeded to not only upgrading her package but also booking me for my next scheduled trip this July. And when we were done with the session in July, she proceeded to want to book with me next time I come in December.
I can safely say, she is one of my biggest fans. She loves the way I see her with my camera. She feels feminine, sexy and extremely beautiful and she sees the beauty that I see.
I am proud and happy. She is one of the reasons why I love my work. Showing women their beauty and strength. Adoring what they see so much that they must have more.
I would love to hear your opinion, why is portraits so incredbily valuable?
Tell me in the comments below