Emily Wilson Photography | Creative Process and One Memorable Hoop
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Creative Process and One Memorable Hoop

Creative Process and One Memorable Hoop

Before I take out my camera, I’m always interested in learning more about the person or subject I’m shooting. While I’m shooting, it’s important for me to make conversation, asking questions about what excites them, makes them laugh, places they’ve seen, and where they want to go. What is their source of energy? Their answers guide my creativity and ability to capture them as their most authentic self.

In this photo, I see Erica Ramos revealing her most thoughtful and poetic sense of self. At the time, she was working for Worldview, and now, I am sure she is somewhere making or doing great things. Our world is as big or as small as we want it to be.