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Meet Daisy Lopez of Daze Digital Creations

Today we’d like to introduce you to Daisy Lopez.

Daisy, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
Of course! About five years ago, my younger brother was a photographer, and I was his model. I use to see how excited he got each time he got the shot he envisioned. I didn’t really understand his excitement until one day I started to mess with his camera and something about it caught my interest. I let it go because it was his hobby and I wasn’t into learning “technical stuff.” About two years ago, I lost my job, and I was at home having anxiety because I had nothing to do. I decided to look into getting a hobby. I started with my Galaxy S7 for a month just to make sure I actually wanted to do this. A month later I got my first DSLR camera, and the rest is history.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
It definitely has been a bumpy road! I am constantly learning something new and trying new editing and shooting techniques. A lot goes into a photo shoot that doesn’t really get noticed. Some of my struggles have always been figuring out what angles work best on people and lighting. I’m not always available during the best lighting “golden hour,” but I try to make whatever I have work.

Please tell us about Daze Digital Creations.
I specialize in portrait photography. I do shoot all types of styles though. I have been told it’s best to pick a specific type of style and stick to it. The thing with me is, I get bored if I keep doing the same thing, that is why I always come up with crazy concepts for my shoots, and I am always experimenting with new ideas. I recently started modeling on the side as well. The main reason being that I want to be able to learn both sides of the lens. That way I know how to improve on directing my models as well as improving as a photographer. What sets me apart from others will probably have to be my colorful images for sure!

If you had to go back in time and start over, would you have done anything differently?
I would just focus on improving my work and not compare myself to others or worry about what others are doing or the “trends” that are happening.

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