As I look back on that portrait session a lot flashes through my mind. 1) My photography studio business was in its fledgling years; 2) This was going to be a significant job that would showcase my skills and abilities, 3) I had to capture the images on transparency film (digital photography equipment wasn't invented at that time) which required precision in exposing and the results could only be reviewed days after processing, and 4) Could I handle the business pressures of dealing with a high caliber client. Not only did I nail the photography and the posing, but Sarah was quite pleased with the results, she paid me a handsome commission, and the brochure was a success. Here are images from that 20 year old advertisement piece.
The last time I spoke with her she reminded me that she was still using the same pictures on her brochure because she liked them so much. Wow! So I promised her a free portrait session the next time I was in town. Well, recently that opportunity came up and I want to share some of the images I created of this amazing woman. Sarah, you haven't aged a day and I promise you that my gratitude will never fade. We will always be lifelong friends.
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