Natasha Vaughn Photography
We strive to provide our clients with not only one of the best up and coming professional photographers Calgary has to offer, but also the best service possible. We firmly believe that a successful photo session is one in which a high number of technically and compositionally excellent images are produced, coupled with the highest possible level of client satisfaction. This means that the client experiences as much comfort as possible during the shoot, being able to enjoy the fun that the unique event can bring, be it a wedding, engagement session, personal or family portrait session, boudoir shoot, or a pregnancy and newborn experience. In every case, the shoot is based around supplementing an already special experience that will be remembered forever with professional quality visual documentation that can be used as an aid in bringing a little piece of that wonderful time to others; as well as serving to enhance the existing memories of those who were present, making them that much more vivid.
Jill of all trades....
We’ve all heard the saying Jack of all trades, master of none, and feel intuitively that this is something of a reality. Given this apparent truism, would it not be prudent to hire a photographer that specializes in only one area of photography? Perhaps someone specializing as a Calgary Wedding Photographer, Destination Wedding Photographer, Calgary Baby Photographer, Calgary Maternity Photographer, Calgary Newborn Photographer, or Calgary Family Photographer would be the best choice to ensure the highest possible quality. We at NVP are compelled to disagree for the following reasons:
- A large part of what makes an excellent, creative photographer is a great eye for composition, and this quality, whether natural or developed, is universal, carrying over nicely to every area of photography: if you’ve got the eye, you’ve got the eye.
- Photographers that specialize in only one type of event can often (although by no means always) be plagued by the inability to produce unique compositions, because there is a strong compulsion to follow more traditional methods. Of course, there is nothing wrong with traditional methods per se, but the wonderful challenge for every cutting edge photographer is to take what has been done and revolutionize it by finding compelling twists and innovations, all the while still working within the constraints of the field. This is where a multi-disciplinary photographer may gain the edge. One of the greatest methods of innovation is to combine the best features from seemingly different fields. A portrait photographer with a solid background in landscape photography, for example, can produce some very interesting and innovative portraits. In the end, it may be that within the field of photography being a Jack of all trades actually provides the special ingredient necessary for true mastery.