On my list of things to do in 2020: Stand in a field of flowers.
Not on my list: Survive a pandemic. I can’t even say I’ve survived, yet, because we’re still in the throes of it. So what does that mean for portrait sessions?
If you’re thinking about scheduling a portrait session, do so based on the following:
- Updated health orders by county. For example, Alameda County allows outdoor business activity if social distancing measures are respected.
- Your own personal level of comfort.
- The number of people that will be on the session.
- Time of day you want your session. (Mornings are much less crowded on principle.)
Of course, orders can change, and the good thing is that a session can be rescheduled. I will work with you to make sure that it happens.
On my part, you can expect from me during your session:
- I will be wearing a mask, of course.
- I will not accept any work done indoors.
- Typically on portrait sessions I will make adjustments to hair, clothes, and posing. Given the circumstances, I will not be doing this, but will direct you to make the necessary adjustments!
- I use a medium-telephoto lens for all sessions (this was before COVID as well). This means that I can keep a fairly good distance while still making the photographs I love and you expect!
Please reach out with any questions!
Francophile; lover of ice cream, ballet flats, and skirts with pockets. Photographing light, life, and JOY in San Francisco and Paris with my film cameras, Norman and Cecil.