She wanted to get the most out of our time together.
When someone outside the area reaches out to me to do a session then I know I must be doing something right. Miss KJ is such a person. She lives almost two hours away from me so, during our chats, we decided to maximize our time together with a Super Session.
I’ve talked about Super Sessions on here before. In a nutshell we start at one place, either here at my place or on location and then, halfway through, transition to the other. What we end up with is two completed sessions with a break built in the middle for food, rest, touching up make-up, the drive to the second location, et cetera. This is easily a half to three-quarter day event.
In this case we started here at my place for a boudoir session and then moved to the beach for a sunset session.
Now this might be for everyone. Typically, I like keeping things broken up as a single session is enough to do us both in. However, if someone is in the area for a limited time and understands that future opportunities could be limited, then I’m all for it.
Mark Knopp is a Virginia Beach-based boudoir photographer covering the Hampton Roads community and beyond. Make sure to follow this page for alerts when it gets updated and leave him some love in the form of likes and comments. Contact him at mknopp1(at)cox.net with any questions you might have or to book your session today.