Working on Personal Projects
WFReps Photographer Susannah Fields has recently been expanding her portfolio of London Street fashion work with a number of personal projects.
A fascinating encounter of people she engages with around London’s trendy hotspots Shot in her style that gives us a bond between the photographer and her subjects, this personal project creates an inspirational uplift and keeps Susannah on top of her game stretching her imagination and of course being social is all part of our work.
“As I do have a keen eye for these wonderful vintage fashionistas, I took off on this sunny Sunday to explore the Kings Cross Vintage Car Boot, carrying my trusty Olympus Pen (which I often take on holiday as it’s light weight and takes a decent shot in good light) I captured a variety of people attending, or selling at, the event in their fabulous outfits.“
Pushing yourself forward with personal development.
Never underestimate the value of a personal project, it’s about inward investment, expression, self development and expanding horizons. Photographers are continually evolving, experimenting with new ideas that can be tested and refined ready to be brought into a new client project, giving added value and personal touches.