My roommate, Beymer, has a dog. She turns one year old very soon. We decided to do a Christmas mini session. Here is something to brighten up your Monday.
So, I have this very cute boyfriend who doesn't to be photographed, BUT he is a chef and likes his food to be photographed. Yesterday, I looked at him and told him I wanted to be creative. He said, "I've got spray paint." Yeah, not at 9pm. Then he mentioned dinner and I was like, "yo, food photography." Thankfully he agreed and I got a REALLY GOOD BATCH OF FRENCH TOAST!
Long story short, enjoy some yummy food tonight.
To make this yummy toast, we did: three eggs, dash of milk, cinnamon, and vanilla.
Then he added some homemade jam and pomegranates!
Hailey has been in at least one of my classes since I started college. At some point, we started complaining about biochem and became friends! Her and her man, Andrew, are adorably cute and have been dating for just about three years. I love how happy he makes her and vice versa. Every time I would say, "and KISS!" there was an epic moment awaiting my camera. I loved it and them.
We had a kind of impromptu photoshoot with one of my favorite models, Kelsey Toole. I saw another photo of a girl with striking eyes and glitter on her face, so I decided that I wanted to throw glitter on someone with beautiful eyeballs. Obviously, Kelsey came to mind! I strolled on over to the dollar store and bought spider webs in a bag and two black poster boards. After making a little box with my boards and taking a few pictures, we strung up the webs and BOOM. Enjoy the photos. I even think the non-webbed photos would work for Christmas, so I will post more then!
This is Jake Stokes. He is a smarty guitar player who will rocks your world upon meeting you. I have known him since high school and I have loved seeing him become the man that he is today. Stokes, you are amazeballs and you should keep doing you.
After each one of these people (and more) sent me these kinds of photos and videos of these on facebook, I had to do it. We sat down and carved four pumpkins and a pineapple (which didn't really work as well as we thought) and then rushed to take these before the Chronicle meeting that 3/4 of us needed to attend. The whole thing took about $10 and two hours to accomplish. So if you need a cheap and fun shot, I suggest it!
This last semester of school is kicking my butt, so please enjoy some behind the scene photos from the flour shoot! I have three shoots coming up next week, so be on the lookout for some sneak peeks of those over on my instagram!
My football game shooting friend, Caleb, wanted to learn some tips on taking portraits. He is a great sports photographer, but wants some experience in working with less sporty things. I suggested that we go out to the South Carolina Botanical Gardens with Madi and Colby (an adorable couple of which I love dearly). Madi knows how to pose and Colby does not, so it made for a great experience with two ends of the spectrum in terms of the kinds of people you could be photographing. I was too excited to share these with everyone, and now I get to share with you! Enjoy!
Since my heifer from last semester is due to calf in November, I have been assigned to a new heifer. Her name is El and she is beautiful. I know that you probably don't read my blog for cows, but who doesn't love a cow picture every now and then?? Wish us luck at the Anderson Show!