4. You call your person on facetime video chat
5. A small white button appears in the bottom right corner and you use it to take a picture!
6. Export your photos and import them into lightroom to edit
7. Look for good light and contrast!
8. Have fun, laugh a lot!
9. Show off your photos! #TheFacetimeProject
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Another FaceTime photoshoot for the books! Yesterday Chelsey and Bryn spent the morning laughing and showing me around their beautiful house outside of Denver. On of my favorite things about these shoots is getting to see people’s homes and their pets. Giving people the time and space to spend 30 minutes away from the news and focused on each other means everything to me. These sessions have been so fun. Go check the link in bio to book a session or learn from the tutorial! #Nolawedding #neworleansweddingphotographer #nolaweddingphotographer #louisianaweddings #louisianaweddingphotographer
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