Meet Ginger. She is my mannequin. She is often my model when I cannot get a human in front of my camera. She always nails her poses.
This week I decided to show you a shot I got from Miles' senior session. He has an older BMW and wanted some portraits taken with it. His mamma likes this one.
A young girl admiring her beautiful necklace.
I took this at Merle Norman's at the makeup demonstration table. The funny thing about this shot is the little girl thought that I would be in the photo too! hahaha
Here is our sweet Ozzie!
I have an old dusty mirror that is propped up against a wall in my headshot room. My son, Chance, has been asking for more photos of Ozzie. He was in the room, had a reflective surface so, I thought I can kill two birds! I then smeared some good ol' peanut butter on the mirror. That's how I got this shot. Peanut butter! lol
Nothing like a healthy challenge for myself at the genesis of 2020! My mission is to become more creative with what I have in and around my studios while using reflections. I plan to post a new photo every week. Please comment and tell me what you think of the photos.
My self-imposed rules:
I chose two portraits... just because I like them both. lol No particular reason I chose a faux flower. It was handy. I do love photographing cameras. :)
Questions for you: Which photo do you like most? Why? Do you prefer color or black and white?