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San Diego Portrait Photographer: Models & Mentoring – Part I

Sometimes life treats me well, and sometimes it flat out spoils me…

A few months back, I was approached by a wonderful new friend about mentoring her through some of the intial steps she wanted to take in order to move her photography from a hobby to a business. While I didn’t graduate from an Ivy League with a degree in Photography, I am always willing to teach others what I have learned the hard way. 🙂 And so out of one simple request, now, has grown a sweet new friendship and two ladies eager to see each other do well and grow…yes, I learned from her as well and grow every. single. day. THAT, and so many other things, is what keeps me forever in love with what I do. Photography is a place that never stands still. Where you can continue to learn as long as you are humble and willing.

I’m excited to see more of my new friend and watch us both continue to grow. In the meantime, here are a few initial shots from the instructional shoot I did with her, and our adorably sweet model Sarah Garritson. Isn’t she gorgeous?

xo, B

  • Betsy - Siggy: I can’t wait to see what the rest of this year holds for you! Such an exciting time in your life! 🙂

  • Betsy - Melinda & Shannon: THANK YOU for your constant love & support. You are both such special, amazing women! xo

  • sigal silvers - OMG, you are a BEAUTIFUL person inside and out! I was so blessed to have met you. THANK YOU for a day filled of gorgeous country air, so much learning, a yummy lunch, amazing photos and a begining to a wonderful friendship. Your professionalism and your follow thru are impeccable. xoxo :)) mimosas next time…

  • Shannon - Betsy–These are beautiful!! Amazing eyes! What a lucky new photographer to be able to learn from you;)

  • melinda botticelli - I love that you share your gifting:) these are beautiful, Im sure your friend learned TONS from you!!! You are LOVED!!!!!!

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