Not sure she quite qualifies as a “photographer” given this particular photo; but I must say I’ve never seen a woman take a picture so stylishly with such a piece of hardware. Those shoes speak loudly, too. Beautiful piece, as always.
OK, so I’ve gotta say something about the series title…given the outrage and brouhaha that the word ‘curvy’ provoked a few months back, I’m surprised that the title ‘all the pretty photographers’ hasn’t elicited a grumble or two. Maybe since I’m not a fashion insider, but a photo historian, the word curvy doesn’t evoke a value judgement, but boy does ‘pretty photographers.’ how about: ‘women behind the lens’ or ‘elegant women behind the lens’ or something that doesn’t belittle them as ‘pretty photographers’ –the object of the gaze rather than the agent behind a gazing camera. Jeepers, that all takes one right back. Celebrate their skill and their fashion sense! But please don’t reduce them to pretty, particularly since you’re such a successful (male) photographer yourself!
Absolutely perfect style ! I really love it.
Just one mistake in my opinion : the french chignon is a bit too messy. I mean, it needs to be messy, but not that much.
Yet, the shoes and dress are perfect, and I suspect the bag is too.
She’s not a professional photographer, but she’s still a photographer. Anyone who uses a camera to compose photographs is a photographer. These snipes at the ladies’ photographic techniques are rude, and not without a tinge of envy.
I like the contrast of loosely tied-up hair with a simple, classic, structured dress as much as the next gal, though I think her hair is a bit too messy for this look. Love the outfit, shoes, and the whole photo-taking aspect of this shot is purely incidental to me (just read the comments).