A portrait should have impact. The gun sight shot certainly does. This shot had to be imagined without even seeing down the gun sight that required looking down from about 7 feet. Next, in your dreams, you can't quite see your dream man's face. Inspired when I asked her if she had a boy friend and she said she hadn't yet met her dream man. What, I thought photographers were every woman's dream man? Next a fine art business head shot that was one of 35 captured in less than an hour at their office. He looks confident and approachable. Then a shot taken in the snow. Next, a shotgun photo with a smoke ring at a Tombstone re enactor's wedding. Shot Gun Wedding? Because I take the time to know the wedding participants, I knew Doc was a joker. When his girl friend caught the bouquet I was ready when she chased and hit him with it telling him to marry her. Then a photo in a 1930's infirmary praying for what? I asked her to imagine she was getting maternity test results. In the last photo, before the shoot, I asked the boy's mother if at this age they liked making paper airplanes. They loved to. After the studio shoot, when I took them to Folsom Lake State Park and pulled out this 9x9 foot piece of paper and told them we were going to make and fly a huge paper airplane, their eyes lit up. The park ranger asked what we were doing, laughed and stuck around to watch the flight. Ever see that photo before? The boys couldn't wait to show the photo to their friends A photo shoot with me is not only be creative but also fun.