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There is power in picking up a camera each day — saying yes to creativity. It reminds us to explore where a story might lead, to stretch in the direction of the honest and the curious. And with that art, comes questions — whys, whats and hows. In this series, we sit down with a photographer for five minutes to find out what life is like from behind the lens.
Emilie captures our attention with every photo she takes — and whether it be the dreamlike quality of her photos or the way she highlights scale — we walk away from her work compelled to step outside.
My love for photography first started when I discovered black and white film photography in a tiny dark room in high school. I remember the moment I saw my first photograph develop right before my eyes, I was obsessed. It opened up a new world for me, and since then I haven't been able to step out from behind the camera.
Storytelling, Escapism, Dreamscapes.
One of my favorite feelings when exploring a new place is driving down new roads and not knowing what you will find along the way. I’ve captured some of my favorite photograph this way. I’m always drawn to the little things, and am constantly seeking out these kind of details while on the road — a field full of flowers, the perfect little cabin tucked away in the mountains, or the way the light is moving across the sky. These in-between and spontaneous moments always inspire me.
Always stay true to yourself and remember the reasons you love photography. It can be a struggle to not get stuck in a creative block and feel like you have no idea what you're doing. Keep pushing through this feeling, especially when you're starting out.
I am always drawn to photograph at particular conditions and times during the day (this leads to a certain type of effect in my work.) Shooting in different lighting can change everything, and I often revisit a location to create different types of moods throughout my imagery.
I love the moments just before and after sunrise and sunset, where there is a stillness on the horizon. Shooting in golden hour is one of the best ways to achieve a softness in your imagery. These natural elements keep me inspired, as it’s a part of my work I never have any control over.
I love that everyone has the ability to see the world through photography in such different way. It allows you to capture a fading moment into something that will last forever.
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