Sometimes I feel as if my blogs here appear that I have an identity crisis. For years, people said, “Specialize, Amber” and “You need a niche.” And then, in 2020, when events paused for a while, all of the event photographers were scrambling for work. I hate the expression “jack of all trades, master of none,” but I am a photographer who knows a little bit of everything. I am aware of what I don’t know and hire a team of people to help me in the areas where I need more knowledge and expertise. I study. I consult with others in my field. I will never stop learning. As long as I’ve been doing this, I don’t know that I’ll ever master light or people, so there will always be room for improvement. What I have found over the past few years is that my clients value the relationship with one photographer to contact rather than hiring a portrait or headshot photographer and also an interior photographer and an architectural photographer and an event photographer. My team and I are equipped for all of these types of photography. This work with a Fort Worth area architectural firm demonstrates the type of projects we frequently complete.
Headshots can be bright and airy, dark and dramatic, indoor or outdoor. We default often to a plain studio background for headshots because it’s easily replicated; however, this small team’s headquarters in the Clearfork area of Fort Worth provided a beautiful environment for portraits.