I was actually in a skirt and simple top and we did end up shooting some of me like that with this buffet I recently started. Then I changed into painting clothes and painted one of the doors. I kept half of this piece unpainted specifically for that purpose.
This is the first piece I’m doing in Florence by Annie Sloan. I love the color and can’t wait to see it finished.
The accessories are there from inside the house because we ended up moving this silver dresser out from the living room to shoot in front of the neighbor’s garage.
Here is Carol accessorizing with some weeds of all things. They looked beautiful.
This is what the garage doors look like. Some of you might think they are in need of a paint job but there is definitely an amazing texture and chippy-ness to them, which makes for a great photo.
Where I see weeds and the need for a new driveway, they saw a photo backdrop just perfect as it was.
These were the weeds that Carol clipped for the photo. Lesson learned – weeds can be beautiful, use what you’ve got.
Here is KC working his magic. And now you know what the inside of my
workshop garage really looks like.
Oh the shame, oh the mess!
During most shoots these days you’ll see photographers using their laptops to get previews of the shots. That way they can make adjustments right there.
KC would shoot and Carol would move little accessories and tell me to look over or up. These two are a great husband and wife team and do a lot of photos for local publications.
I can’t wait until the magazine comes out. This is my first press and I’m really grateful to be in this article!
Hope you enjoy the weekend 🙂
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