When my favourite little model got a red dress from a jolly, old, portly fellow in a red suit, I decided this would be perfect for a photo shoot. The bright red dress would add a splash of colour to the otherwise dreary palate of the dead of a snow-less winter.
Farmland has so much to offer. It is there that the food we eat is raised and grown. But I saw this farm as more than that, I saw it as a background painted with a glorious palette of varying shades green, red, and brown, mixed together so masterfully—I saw it as the perfect setting for a photo shoot.
I do not condone the world of supermodels. It’s a fast, glamorous life, but it is not what I want for my daughter. However, when I am always with camera in hand, she can’t help but learn to work it for the camera and I can’t help but teach her how. Here are some highlights from the past year…the year of my little three year old supermodel.
Prom is the precursor to a wedding day, with designer dresses and suits, limos, and extravagant evenings. Most go all out to make this night one of the most memorable in their lives, well until the next milestone.
Some say that she has the voice of an angel. Now I don’t know about that, I’ve never actually heard an angel sing, but I will say that she has a sweet, mellifluous voice.
The intersecting of nature and art present at Guildwood Park create a stunning backdrop for portraits of Cindy. Ah yes, spending the morning in a beautiful park with a beautiful girl…it doesn’t get much better than that.
The first thing you notice when you see this beautiful girl is her blonde hair…a gorgeous mop of all natural curls that quite literally stand out.
What better way to start the prequel to the trilogy at the very beginning, before Lisbeth Salander had a dragon tattoo, played with fire or kicked a hornet’s nest, when she was simply the girl with the white dress?
One look at the pictures, and you can tell that this is one beautiful, confident girl. What you probably can’t tell is that she only just graduated from grade 8. Check out some of the pictures from the meadow, the railway tracks, and of course the portrait studio.
We did some pictures in the studio with white back ground and we also did some low-light black background pictures that look great with the guitar. Then we even ventured outside for some portraits.
For over an hour, Laclin braved the thistles, weeds, mosquitoes, but most of all the camera and my incessant instructions. What a trooper!
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