Telling A Story With Photographs
Editorial pieces are one of my favorite types of photography because they tell a story. Stories bring emotion to the photographs and emotions create feelings to the viewer. Recently, I collaborated with two very talented models for a personal project performed as an editorial. I believe that people relate in different ways to photographs and often relive past experiences both good and bad. I hope you enjoy this black and white journey.
The initial feeling you get when you first connect with someone can be addicting. The butterflies, the curiosity, the happiness all wrapped up into one experience.
The First Connection
After we connect comes the relationship building phase. You now become a couple and often sacrifice some of your individuality. You love sharing experiences together and start documenting your lives as one.
The New Life Begins
Like many relationships, there are rough patches. There can be mistrust, infidelity, or even abuse. These are the times that change us or our perspective on life, love and relationships.
At times relationships move to another level, whether trying to fix something that is broke or spicing it up, change is often necessary.
Relationships nearing the end of their journey are exhausting both mentally and physically. It takes a lot of work and sometimes that is just not enough.
In the end, the test of love will be tried. Nothing is more joyful or painful than the feeling of love.
Love Conquers All
I hope that you enjoyed this little journey. May you find peace and happiness in your lives.
Model: Ana Thomas IG @the_lovely_ana
Model: Dan Brown IG @danieltimothybrown
Makeup: Lacey Wimble courtesy of Cosmix School of Makeup Artistry www.CosmixInc.com
Photography: Yours truly IG @JeffRemas
Keywords: Boca, Boca Raton, blackandwhite, camera, lighting, photographer, photography, relationship, studio, workshops
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