I’m just waiting for the day when she starts picking up shifts.
They make incredible dishes that are inspired and simple. Eric Nelson pulls inspiration from both Spanish and Asian dishes while creating a menu that is wholly his own. Their cocktails are delicious and self-described as “our moms love them.” And who are we to disagree with anyone’s momma.
Restaurant sessions are some of my favorite because action shots are crucial. Food and drink shots are certainly important, but they only get you so far. When you show clients the faces behind their experience, you are giving them a chance to feel at home as soon as they walk through the door. Imagine coming into a space and saying “Hey! I know that wavy hair behind the bar!” It feels comfortable and familiar right out the gate. There is a connection between you and your client that grows throughout their experience with you. The best part?
That connection was started from the second they clicked on your social media.
That’s why you need to show your space and your team. Honestly, it’s non-negotiable for me. You just can’t convince me otherwise.
Even if you aren’t a restaurant owner, you can still incorporate restaurants into your shoots! Especially if you are a foodie or have a coffee spot that you love to frequent. It’s a great way to showcase your community and add a little extra flair to your session. Being able to grab a snack after our session is just a killer perk.
Crudo Nudo: I’ve already booked reservations with you through January. You already know I’m obsessed and not ashamed to admit it. Cheers to our next moments together. I know it will be memorable whether I am behind the camera or at the bar.