Just when we thought COVID-19 turned our annual holiday card photos into a hopeless pipedream, Teresa Taylor of T. Taylor Photography proves us all wrong!
Taking the photos from 6-10 feet away? No problem. But getting a group shot with subjects keeping 6-10 feet away? It IS possible! And, it looks completely natural, too.
Teresa easily works her photo magic by shooting her photo subjects independently of each other, and then grouping them together into one image during editing.
Teresa’s never really needed to break social distance in order to produce beautiful images, and in our current climate, that part of her process hasn’t changed. However, making her brides and families feel relaxed as they are captured on film has encouraged her to get more creative in her posing instructions and settings, and the results have been stunning!
Maternity shoots have been easy to work with, since the subjects haven’t been social distancing with each other anyway, and headshots have been a breeze with both photographer and subject maintaining a safe distance at all times.
Photography simply hasn’t skipped a beat during our current climate, and with the holidays on the horizon, and family photos gearing up, word will travel fast that shoots will be continuing! Book yours today—EAOC members get $50 off their $250 shoot by booking during August and September.
To learn more about socially distanced group photos, or to book your holiday photo shoot or corporate headshots, please visit www.TTaylorPhoto.com.