by Anthony Capirayan, SSP
I whipped out my phone and showed her a photo of a woman which would serve as our peg for the shoot.
“Okay!” she giggled and walked back to the spot where I asked her to pose.
I snapped a photo. Then another one. Before I knew it, she was posing in her own way, so I just let her do her thing as I rapidly fired away. After all, she has been a professional fashion photographer for ten years now. And she made it this far neither because she carefully planned it, nor because she tried to imitate someone’s work; she has become a well-sought lenswoman because she deviated from the “perfect career” she was groomed to have.