Pittsburgh Portrait Photographer : Laurie

March 4, 2013

Wrapped in tulle and a crochet blanket, she took shelter from the bitter cold between the branches of a tall Pine. We laughed, shared stories and even attempted to catch a loose dog – which we failed at, but luckily his owner found him shortly after.

It’s amazing how quickly you can connect with a person. It’s one of the many important lessons I’ve picked up as a photographer. During a simple shoot, you can learn so much about a person. If you make someone feel comfortable enough to open up to you, (because you genuinely care and enjoy their company,) there’s a good chance you’ll leave that session with a new friendship.

Pittsburgh portrait photographer: Veronica Varos

Kelsie Taylor 17:48 March 4, 2013 Reply
love these! so gorgeous.
Priya Patel 18:11 March 4, 2013 Reply
These are gorgeous! Love the light and your processing is perfect.
Thomas Lester 18:43 March 4, 2013 Reply
Nice work! She's really pretty.
tim riddick 18:49 March 4, 2013 Reply
um yeah Veronica as always you are totally crushing it...
Julianne 20:08 March 4, 2013 Reply
lovely work Veronica, and she is so beautiful!
Sarah 21:25 March 4, 2013 Reply
Beautiful, I love her dress!
Albert Palmer 11:07 March 5, 2013 Reply
Very nice Veronica - love your processing
David Campbell 11:56 March 5, 2013 Reply
Awesome work. Love the colours!
Natalie 13:04 March 5, 2013 Reply
Wow... Simply wow!
tim 13:04 March 5, 2013 Reply
great work Veronica. love that little double exposure b&w
Sinereh 21:44 March 6, 2013 Reply
These are so pretty! The black & whites are sooo good.
Stephen Shefrin 00:49 March 7, 2013 Reply
Very cool double images. Nice work
Dale Lempa 19:31 March 7, 2013 Reply
Interesting concepts. Cool scenes.
Very unique shots and great use of location. You did an amazing job.