The past few months I’ve been working hard on refining, updating and improving my portrait photography services – hence why there haven’t been many updates here.
Last month I met up with the wonderful Sana, a yoga practitioner who recently moved to Toronto from Kuwait to further her career as a nutritionist. She had such amazing energy and it was a pleasure working with her on this shoot. One thing that really stuck out to me was her view of Toronto. She says:
Earlier this year I had the pleasure of photographing both a Valaikaapu (Bangle Ceremony) and Baby Shower for Sinthusha Dilukshan.
The sun is finally shining in Toronto!! 😀
If I could take every single moment of my life, turn them into candy and melt it in a pot, it would look something this – a colourful palette of happiness, love and creativity, with some darkness mixed in between. Life is a mix of ups and downs, darkness and light, and every experience just adds another colour to your palette, making it unique and interesting, and rightfully yours.
Instagram has become such a popular tool among all age groups. Although Snapchat is taking over the spot of being most popular among the younger population, Instagram is still widely used and shows no signs of slowing down, especially after all their new and exciting updates recently! (or am I the only one who got overly excited over insights? lol).
Two common tools used by photographers for post-production are Photoshop and Lightroom. Photoshop is a very powerful photo editing tool with so many features and has been around a lot longer, and because of this, it is considered the go-to software for professional editing. However, Lightroom, although more recent compared to Photoshop, quickly gained popularity, both among professionals and amateurs.
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about my style as a photographer. Every photographer has their own unique style when it comes to their work, which sets them apart from other photographers.