Childhood Through Photography

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Iman is a photographer who, through her unique process of coaching and photography, can show a woman what other people see when they look at her. She is passionate about teaching other photographers how to live and be a professional and making change in the world. She dreams of changing the way women look at their bodies and how the world defines beauty. She also thinks being an instructor on CreativeLIVE would be incredible. Iman battles Lyme disease and shares her unique view of dreaming while fighting for her health. Her post day is Wednesday. [email protected] Iman Woods If you aren't sure how to comment on this story, click here.


My dream to heal with photography had a reinvigoration the past two weeks. The workshop with Tamara Lackey opened my eyes to so many ideas I’d never considered. It’s no understatement to say I feel reborn as a photographer. I used as much as I’d learned possible while working in Colorado the past week.

A highlight from my trip was photographing my dear friend’s daughters. The excuse for the photo shoot was a tatted dress made by her great-grandmother. They had photos of her mother, herself and her first daughter in the same dress. It’s exquisite. My last day there we found time to photograph her second daughter in the same dress.

All images taken with the Canon 5D Mark iii and the 135mm F1.8. Edited in Lightroom using a custom sepia preset I created. It was overcast that day. ISO 400. F2. Shutter 1/2000.

I’m letting the images speak for themselves. It’s always incredible to capture childhood through photography.