Taj Shaikh takes photos of graduating UCLA students, experimenting with both traditional graduation photography, such as simple-posed smiling portraits, and more eccentric, edgy photos of her clients. She said she experiments with both traditional graduation photography, such as smiling portraits with simple poses, and more eccentric, edgy photos of her clients. Shaikh wants to use her photography to help clients remember specific quirks or memories that made their college years special. She reaches out to clients through emails or text messages, inviting them to bring whimsical, memorable objects of their choice as props, she said. Shaikh said she then meets up with clients at the Bruin Bear and strategizes photo ideas based on what they brought.
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The copyright had been owned by student photographer Toby Mather, who had taken the photos for the calendar. Three photos had been cleared with the athletes for press use, and the Mail Online just used them all indiscriminately. Sign in.