Good Friends and Golden Hour Light {Everett Portrait Photographer}

I had the opportunity to spend the evening with 6 other local photographers

and 3 incredibly stunning models.

We had the extreme pleasure of doing a mentor session with Chelle, of Chelle Nicole Photography.

Her photography is amazing, breathtaking, beautiful, unique (I could go on and on)….

and her ability to capture light is just downright unbelievable!

So, when she mentioned doing a mentor session during the golden hour light –

I literally JUMPED at the opportunity.

We spent the evening shooting, laughing, learning and facing some  fears together.

I met Chelle back in May when I attended the life changing Made To Create conference.

(Admittedly though, I’d been a blog stalker of hers for years!)

I was a bit starstruck  back when I first met her but she is the REAL DEAL!

Her kind heart and passion for not only her photography, but for other’s too,  is incredible.

Chelle – many thanks to you for your endless support and encouragement. I cannot even begin to express how much

you have helped me over these past few months.

I love that I’ve moved out of the “blog stalker” ranks and can officially call you my friend! 🙂

Here are some of the shots I got from our session.

I came away from this experience  with some new tips and tricks, a great sense of inspiration and most importantly –

an even bigger feeling of community with these wonderfully talented photographers.

One of the things I love the most about  being a photographer is that there is always something new to learn and things to improve on!


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  • Chelle Nicole - Oh my word, Sarah!!! So great!!! I’m so blessed you are not a “stalker” anymore, too, cause I so enjoy calling you friend!! You are such a bright light in a crowd and I think you have a gift for capturing amazing moments!!! You captured these guys great!!! Thanks for coming out and shooting with me!!!! Great job!!!ReplyCancel