Consistency is the mark of a professional in the world of Photography. But to me, it means your dead.
I guess it's how you define consistent, but when I say that word it feels gross in my mouth. Like, "Complacent" or even worse "Settle". When I worked in TV I loved how no two days were ever the same. One day you would be shooting a drama on Alcatraz Island with Hurley from Lost and the next day you would be shooting a documentary on a tiny restaurant who makes the worlds only sourdough flatbread (Apparently chemistry says that shouldn't be possible). I want to bring that excitement to my wedding photography. The couples who pick me want more than just photos in a field at sunset (however its hard to deny how beautiful it can be!!). My couples want to SKYDIVE (That's right, keep an eye peeled for that), they want to go to The Talbot Art Fair surrounded by hundreds of people, or they want to be covered in paint and walk around Broad Ripple! My couples want photos that showcase their unique personalities and they don't want a beautifully consistent sunset to take that away from them.