Nakhi🥀🖤

Nakhi🥀🖤 (@nakhiea)

Bio:Finding beauty where others see chaos Sony A7rii NYC | NJ | PA 📲 Prints | Shoots/Collabs 📥

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4 years, 3 cameras, 200 posts. 
This is going to be a very different post compared to my usual "weird quote and hashtags" description. Here a a few photographs that I feel helped define my style and taught me something that I continue to use today.

Photographs 1 and 2 are of none other than @sabrinalliu . Sabi has been one of my closest friends for many years, and photographing her throughout those years has taught me how to capture true beauty in many ways, locations, and times. Sabi is by far the biggest reason as to why I love photography and portraiture so much.
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The third photograph is of @princess_sleia_ , and shooting on this day showed me the importance of including your location in your photographs for a more impactful and visually pleasing photograph. •
The forth and fifth photograph taught me that lens balls aren't actually as cool as I thought and it was time to move on from them and be more creative. •
The sixth photo is of @angelinaa_marieee and the editing style that I used for her entire set is the same basic style and workflow that I apply to almost every photograph I work on; this shoot definitely solidified my own style. •
The seventh photograph taught me to just go for the shot if I see it in my head, no matter the risks. •
The eighth photo showed me that I really don't enjoy shooting in large groups are "photo meetups" and that I really hate working with the modern trends of Instagram photography. • 
And the final photograph taught me to embrace being alone, and to take pride in being able to create on your own. I wonder where I'll go for the next 200 posts, but for now, here's this.

4 years, 3 cameras, 200 posts. This is going to be a very different post compared to my usual "weird quote and hashtags" description. Here a a few photographs that I feel helped define my style and taught me something that I continue to use today. Photographs 1 and 2 are of none other than @sabrinalliu . Sabi has been one of my closest friends for many years, and photographing her throughout those years has taught me how to capture true beauty in many ways, locations, and times. Sabi is by far the biggest reason as to why I love photography and portraiture so much. • The third photograph is of @princess_sleia_ , and shooting on this day showed me the importance of including your location in your photographs for a more impactful and visually pleasing photograph. • The forth and fifth photograph taught me that lens balls aren't actually as cool as I thought and it was time to move on from them and be more creative. • The sixth photo is of @angelinaa_marieee and the editing style that I used for her entire set is the same basic style and workflow that I apply to almost every photograph I work on; this shoot definitely solidified my own style. • The seventh photograph taught me to just go for the shot if I see it in my head, no matter the risks. • The eighth photo showed me that I really don't enjoy shooting in large groups are "photo meetups" and that I really hate working with the modern trends of Instagram photography. • And the final photograph taught me to embrace being alone, and to take pride in being able to create on your own. I wonder where I'll go for the next 200 posts, but for now, here's this.

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