Sass & Bide tee - H&M maxi dress - Urban Outfitters shoes
Vintage cashmere blazer and hat | Sass & Bide tee | Sportsgirl belt and shorts | Urban Outfitters shoes | ASOS boyfriend watch
by Amber Davies
Vintage cape | H&M dress | Photos by Elize Strydom
As a photographer, one of the most enlightening things is you could do is to spend a bit of time on the other side of the lens and feel the burning stare of the camera. Not only does it help you understand why other people can be so stiff in front of your lens (and what to do about it), but it also gives valuable insight into the minds of other talented snappers. One of the essential things I do with my photography students is take photos of them, so that they can have the experience of crossing over to the over side - they always end up the better for it.
It's always interesting to see how another photographer would approach a scene and contrasting it with your own vision. Here are a few shots from a couple of precious young ladies I spent time with recently. Hope you're as in love with their work as I am.
What have you learnt from being in front of the lens?