“There’s so many things you have to think about,” he said looking through the lens. “Just tell me what to do!” I would yell back, feeling naked with that thing pointing at me.
In the small amount of time that we had to shoot, because of our opposite schedules, I was very proud of the images he produced. Not because I thought I looked so good but because I know he has the eye and he can do it. He’s definitely creative and that’s something I love about him. This was, needless to say, a good opportunity for us to work on our communication skills and plow through we did. And I am loving my new lens. It is my new baby. Sorry, Lucy. You’ll see why I love it so much in the session I will be posting soon…it produces yummy goodness. But for now, this is what I think about being on the other side of the lens: