Yoga portraiture

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Yoga is a demanding pursuit with long-term benefits for body and mind. Results reveal themselves over time and they are often dramatic. As a yoga practitioner, I have an understanding of poses and posture and will work with you to produce photographs which celebrate all you have achieved through your practice.

A Shooting Session

Before your shoot, we will scout a location and help you decide which poses and which parts of your practice best tell your story.

I will develop a shot list. We will also improvise during the session. Shoots typically last up to two hours - which helps alleviate any pressure and allows for greater creativity. After the shoot, I will edit the photos into three categories:

  • The top ten. These images will receive post production editing to remove blemishes and improve lighting and color balance.

  • A group of second tier images suitable for personal or social media use (the final number is subject to my discretion).*

  • A group of black and white images (also subject to my discretion).*

When the process is complete I will deliver up to ten (10) finished images, in a digital format, for your personal and permanent use (there is no restrictive licensing). Matted prints of approximately 13” x 10” are available at additional cost. Planning, the shooting session, photo editing, and printing take approximately two to four weeks to complete at a cost of $400, plus Connecticut sales tax.

If you would like to tell your personal yoga story in a full photo essay format with multiple shooting locations I can give you a quote based on the complexity of the project.

*(Bonus images and black and whites are an extra service I provide at no additional cost to you. The number of images I provide beyond ten is subject to my discretion as the photographer).

At a city skateboard park with props.

At a city skateboard park with props.

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In nature.

In nature.

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At the beach.

At the beach.

In studio practice.

In studio practice.

A favorite place. A favorite pose.

A favorite place. A favorite pose.

Back in time.

Back in time.

One spot. Multiple backgrounds.

One spot. Multiple backgrounds.