Torrey and I have worked together several times; we’ve found our groove, so-to-speak. Each session genuinely seems to get better and better. This is a testament to sticking with a photographer once you find one you like. I wrote about this in my last blog post as well. This is one situation in which comfort does not breed complacency! Check out these other posts that feature Torrey, one with images from a park in Helena and the Birmingham Museum of Art and another post featuring photos from the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. We began our session at a local park and ended it at Dread River Distilling Company. If you haven’t been there, you must! It’s spacious, gorgeously decorated, comfortable, and they have the best Brussels sprouts you’ll ever taste. I know that’s a strange thing to say about a bar, but although I’ve been there twice, I’ve yet to have a drink. I’ve only been there to photograph so far. The drinks looked great though! And the people I was with who had them, loved them. I really like these moody portraits of Torrey in all that luscious dramatic lighting.
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