Lens Artist Photography Challenge #220 – One Subject 3 Ways

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”

~Elenor Roosevelt

I’ve been a little busy, lately with a couple of portrait sessions and I haven’t had the chance to join in on any of the recent Lens Artist Challenges. But this week, Patti challenges us to explore what professional photographers call “working the shot” (you can read more about her challenge, here). And since you’re always “working the shot” with portrait photography, I thought I would share with you some images from a recent High School Senior Session.

Just outside of Atlanta there is a beautiful family farm called Prospect Farms. It’s truly a photographer’s paradise with several locations to shoot photos. We were scheduled to shoot in their Zenia fields, but because they had several openings that morning, we were able to wander around to some other locations on the property.

We started at 10a.m. and had one hour to shoot. Given what I thought was a short time frame I was a little nervous we wouldn’t be able get all the photos she wanted. But 600 images (yes, 600) later we ended up with more than we could have ever hoped for. Throw in a mix of sunshine and passing clouds it truly was the perfect day for a photo shoot!

“Be bold enough to use your voice, brave enough to listen to your heart and strong enough to live the life you’ve always imagined.”


First up, the Zenia field. Cali was so prepared for this photo shoot, making my job easy! She really let her personality shine through that day.

“Take pride in how far you’ve come and have faith in how far you can go.”


Next, the hayfield and fencepost. These were fun to shoot! There was so much texture, lighting and color to work with in both shooting and in final edits.

“Believe in yourself and you will be unstoppable.”


And my favorite location was this old, blue truck. What photographer can’t resist taking photos of an old, rusted out truck, right?!?!

There were a few other locations we shot, but since the challenge was “one subject three ways” my twist “was one subject in three locations.” You can view some of my other favorites from that day over on my gallery page

Thank you, Patti for this week’s challenge. I enjoyed sharing a glimpse into my other side of photography.

Next week Ann-Christine will host, so be sure to visit her site, Leya, to see what she has in store (weekly challenges post every Saturday at 12 noon EST). 

Until next time,