realized we lived across the street from each other, I was sure it was meant to be. We quickly met up
and I began to second shoot with her pretty often for the next two years. She taught me a lot about lighting, getting those classic moments and also being very organized. She was really patient and lovely with
me, and our friendship grew as time went by.” The experience paid off for Walker—she is now a principle
shooter under Ira Lippke Studios in Brooklyn.
The photos I chose of Rebecca’s show the very small and intimate things that happen at a wedding.
You need a keen eye to go to these things when so many other bigger things are happening as well. In my
opinion, the body of work is more interesting when you vary the way you see and crop. You take a long
shot, show the landscape, feel the day, and also remember to catch the faces and the emotions to tell the
story. Then if you can also go in for these little emotional details, it’s precious.