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Jeanette-Falu Bishop | Becoming A Legendary Photographer

I want to be able to capture a genuine photo. I want to be able to empower women and allow them to feel beautiful, to exists in photographs because our children are watching. If we don’t feel empowered and confident, our children won’t either. Many of my shoots have been inspired by Pelinda. She is from Kenya. She is a beautiful person inside and out and she is strong, her strength comes from within. I like to bring that out in her portraits. When I take photos, I try to find something that is interesting. Photos change the way you see yourself. I want to make legendary photos that you can pass down through generations. Photos that you can be proud of.
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We all have our flaws but a skilled photographer is able to bring out the beauty in us all. Jeanette’s view on how she views, captures, embraces and brings out the beauty in her clients describes the passion and care she puts in every session.
 
“I want to be able to capture a genuine photo.” Says Jeanette
 
Jeanette’s passion for photography has touched her in such a way to give back to her community through self-empowerment, self-love and self-care.
 
“I want to be able to empower woman and allow them to feel beautiful, to exist in photographs because our children are watching. If we don’t feel empowered and confident, our children won’t either. I want to make legendary photos, passed down through generations, photos that you can be proud of.”

Tips & Tricks

Jeanette offers some insight on what she’s learned during her journey as a photographer.
  • “Have Fun, enjoy what you’re doing. Don’t be afraid to push the boundaries. Listen to your client.”
  • “Sometimes you will hear something that you like, sometimes you won’t. Don’t think just because someone doesn’t like your photograph, you are a horrible photographer. It’s not true.”
  • “You can ball on a budget. I don’t’ have an expensive camera. I taught myself photography off of Youtube and practiced. My very first camera was a Canon T3. I make my own backdrops. You don’t have to have a studio. Go outside. Take a picture by a fence or a tree.”​​​

As you can see Jeanette’s wisdom and experience allows her to be the photographer that she was destined to be. Many of us are passionate about something but we allow little things in life that has little or no significance towards what we need to accomplish. To know more about Jeanette and her work please follow her link below. And remember “You are good enough already”. -Jeanette

Article Edited By Emerald Taylor

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