Giving It A Whirl

***Please note that my web site has moved to the following link:

Hello everyone,

Well, I have resisted this blog thing for several years, but I think it’s time to give it a whirl!  I’m not much of a writer, but perhaps that will change with time.  My main goal is to create a new forum to share some of my work and to interact with those with similar interests.  I hope it all goes well.

For my first post, I am going back to my very first shoot with a professional model.  It was the Spring of 2006, the model: Amanda.  She was traveling to my area from Ohio when I contacted her for a shoot.  Prior to this, I had worked with only friends and acquaintances.

What struck me the most about working with Amanda was her grace, and emotive expressions.  She was a natural in front of the camera, and the shoot yielded many successful images.

Today, I still enjoy working with both amateur and professional models of all experience levels.  What I find most rewarding is establishing a meaningful collaboration, where all  contribute creatively to the project.  It is quite satisfying when this is achieved.

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13 Responses to Giving It A Whirl

  1. Great start. I’ll sign up, ’cause your work is great.

  2. A. J. Kahn says:

    Thanks, Graham. I appreciate the input!

  3. Welcome to bloggie world!!!

  4. Dave Rudin says:

    Nice work, AJ. Good luck with the blog, and I like forward to seeing more.

    Thanks too for adding my blog to your blog listing. 🙂


  5. Wow =) Great shots, looking forward to see more of your work =)

  6. Andrea Kahn says:

    These images are some of my favorite that you’ve done!! I love your ability to capture the pure beauty of all the subjects in your photographic art!

  7. Vince Wolff says:

    I’m a big fan of your work, through good friend Unbearable Lightness. I love your pics of Amanda; I agree, she is wonderfully expressive, and like a nude pixie. I drew one of her fine art poses many years ago

  8. Vince Wolff says:

    thanks AJ, I’ll send you a link soon

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