I’m not sure if I can express how completely delightful it was to work with this family! We started out in the studio, and then ventured out into the freezing tundra to try some outdoor shots.
No inlaws in this one… Poor guys…
So “Dad” collects cowboy hats (which, by the way, I think is just about the coolest thing to collect!) and so we had to get a cowboy shot of the guys…
Darling? Yeah. That’s what I thought. I love giving a prop like this to a toddler and then seeing what they decide to do with it.
Does she look shocked or what? I think I busted up laughing when I first saw this one.
And yes. We had to do a luau shot. And for those wondering–those are not my fantastic Hawaiian shirts. Or my leis. But that would be awesome.
Oh–did I mention that freezing cold tundra? Yeah. You’ve arrived. Nah. It was a lot of fun. And I like the snow-capped mountings we get in the reflections of these windows. Kind of a cool effect.
J is into acting, so we got a couple head shots. Maybe some day he’ll be on Broadway and I can say, “I KNOW HIM!!!!”
Didn’t they do a great job pretending they didn’t have snow in their shoes? Fantastic.
Yeah. I had to throw this one at the end because I love it. I’m not entirely sure if I got all their heights correct. I didn’t measure them all before they left… so… I had to guess. Let me know what you think. Does anyone look funny? (as in too tall, too short, too small.)
Thanks again for a fantastic time! If I meet any real cowboys who are willing to sell their hats we’ll be in touch! 🙂