luissnow53 asked: What was your most humbling moment as a photographer?
Wow. This is a lot deeper than your last text. There must be better stories than this, but there was one time when I took some photos that I felt were priceless, I mean, I thought these photos could define my career! But I had borrowed a faulty card for my digital camera and all of the photos were erased, gone forever. The same thing happened to a friend of mine with his film camera. He captured priceless memories over a good extent of time, but when he developed the film, it came out blank. I watched him cry. Situations like that remind me to keep moving forward, even if you have to start all over again, from nothing.
Anonymous asked: Does the amount of exposure (how well known) a model has relate to their experience in front of the lens.
I think time advances a model’s experience, however, exposure only might make someone more confident. Soooooooo my answer is probably no.
But I will say that if someone is getting a lot of exposure, they probably have already done tons of work, before everyone knew about them. Which means… tons of experience ;-)
Anonymous asked: What's it like working with big time models?
That depends whom you are referring to.