"Aqua Woman"

ANGIE IS BACK!!
On Monday May 29th I finally got to see my favourite girl Angie after months of not seeing one another and we had such a blast! When Angie texted me to meetup and catch up and presented the idea of a pool shoot, I was ecstatic! I hadn't done a pool session before (not for professional purposes anyways) and I was finally getting the chance to see this chick and collaborate on something we both loved! 

Our day started off at her lovely home where we fired off so many photos and a couple different outfits. I'm not usually one to do a shoot in direct sunlight because as photographers, we are taught in school and out in the real world that "direct sunlight is bad" but after this session I really beg to differ! We managed to achieve the vibes and look we were going for and actually if it hadn't been for the direct sunlight, I don't think the images would've been the same! So I was already SUPER happy with how these were looking. 

Once we finished our little session, we proceeded to lunch at a cute little vegan/vegetarian place in Tecumseh called "Healthy Mama". We both ordered the "jackfruit pulled pork sandwich" and we both gave it and the restaurant a 10/10! So if you're in the area and haven't been to that place yet, GET YOUR BUTT OVER THERE! It was delicious and the service was lovely! 

I was SO excited about these photos, I had completely culled, edited, retouched and delivered them that same night and anybody who knows me knows that this is normal for me, haaha! I can't help myself! I think one of the best things about the way I run my business is that my clients can expect their images - in most cases - that same week. I like to post BTS (behind the scenes) images on my Instagram story during sessions, and it just doesn't make sense to make people wait weeks or even months before they can see the final product. That is just my personal opinion and the way I like to run my business, so if you do this and like doing it then keep doing you! 

As for the title of this blog post: usually during my editing sessions, I enjoy sending little sneak previews to the client to give them a peak into my process and because anticipation always KILLS them. Giving them sneak previews can put their mind at ease knowing that I'm working on their photos for hours at a time, and gives them the opportunity to give me feedback as I'm going along. ANYWAYS, as I was sending Angie her previews, she made a comment that made me laugh out loud. She saw the first photo in the collection (view below!) and said "WHO IS THAT AQUA WOMAN?!" and it stuck. I thought it was a cute little comment that fit quite well.

SO WITHOUT FURTHER ADUE, HERE ARE A COUPLE OF PHOTOS FROM THAT DAY!