BONUS: Stop Overthinking
My techniques may not work for you. I'm not trying to convince you to use it when I'm asked to teach asked always well, how do you do this? How do you get that moment? And I'm telling you how I do it and it works for me, it works for me because this is how I figured out how to use it, so that job using who he is doesn't have to think about it because I am a thinker. My problem was always overthinking the problem, and it became more of a problem, so it had to be perfect before everything I mean, oh my god, if that boot near was out by a quarter inch, I go over and fix it. But it's not about that it's, not about the perfect photo. What I realized was my god, that thing that unfolded boom, I got it. Oh man that's what it's about that's? What it's about that's what they want they want these moments to relive they want the moments also that I captured that they were never aware of, they weren't even around it, I'm bringing him part of the wedding that they weren't pretty too that is ultimat...
ely what I'm after that that's my job on a wedding day, right? That's what I want to bring him and for job using to be able to do that, he has to stop thinking he has to stop over thinking, you have to stop trying to be in control of it all. And that, for me, is one of the most difficult things. I try to control everything in my life. I'm an aires, dang it, we control, so but on a wedding, it's, the one time in the the place where I feel freedom, because I get to exercise the right side of my brain, the artist in me, not the left side, the statistician who was that freak with numbers, but the right side, who says, you know what, let it go, just be with them in those moments, find their essence documented, that's, what I want to do, that's, what I wanted.