Working with Rebekah was awesome. We spent time before the photoshoot figuring out what she needed and figuring out how to use our time to make sure we could fit in as much possible.
The day of the shoot, we started at her studio to create some new photos of her in her workspace. If you're a maker, you know how important these are. People love to see the behind the scenes photos of what it takes to create what you make.
Also, Rebekah wanted updated product photos for her website as well as some more editorial type of photos, which can be great for front page sliders, press, and look books. We headed to my place to get some more natural photos on a white background with a model.
We made a checklist and a mood board using Pinterest, which helped us stay on task and make sure we got all the photos we needed. Then we headed to a local Austin green space to work on some more editorial photos where we tried different things and shot right into sunset.
I think what I love most about working with small business owners is our ability to make the most of what is available. It gives both me and the owner the opportunity to get creative and make sure we're using all our resources.
If you know me, you know I love all things geometric, so I'm a huge fan of Rebekah's work. She's local to Austin and a regular at weekly markets around town.