Photos by Eric Bergerson.
When I bought my first camera years ago I was too young to realize just what I was getting into. Now at 20 years old I am realizing being a photographer is so much more than just pushing a button. Changing the camera settings, picking a location, positioning the model, framing, editing.. it all seems like so much work, however seeing the final result pays off in the end. Even though it is time consuming, the overall experience of a photoshoot makes it all worth it as I get to spend time with the people I am with during the shoot. Photography has made me many friends and I learn to appreciate the art more and more with every shoot.
I consider myself a versatile photographer, meaning I do not specialize in a certain type of shooting. I have experimented enough with portraits, landscapes, weddings, etc. to the point where I feel comfortable with any type of photoshoot.