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I also talk them through how I work so that they know what to expect on the shoot.To answer your question I would say that after the first 15 minutes most clients start to relax and really enjoy themselves.

How did you make the make the leap into online dating portrait photography and what do you enjoy most about it?Before I became a pro photographer, I started off doing model lookbooks for free to gain experience working with real people (I have a whole series of work starring gorgeous shop mannequins believe it or not).I enjoyed it so much I knew I wanted to start a business as a portrait photographer.We recently came across Saskia’s work as ‘London’s only online dating photographer’ and are thrilled to be able to share her beautiful portraits with ODH readers.You can view Saskia’s photography on her new website Saturday Night’s Alright.

First off thanks for giving up some of your time to talk about what you do and the opportunity to showcase your work.We love that your online dating portrait photos are able to convey so much about each individual, from their personality and attitude to their style and posture.Is it challenging to coax clients out of their shell or do you find most people’s walls come down pretty quickly?I always try and meet my clients for a coffee before the day or at the very least just before the shoot so that we have a chance to get to know each other without a big camera coming between us.I then ask lots of questions and get them to open up about where they live, what they do, their dating history, what interests they have etc so that I can start to build a picture of them in my head.Some clients may have a vision of the kind of images they want so we spend some time talking through that.