She spent the entire week as a student, but yesterday she transformed herself into a teacher.
We had a little fun shooting a "Back to School" session and this was a role that Miss Sarah was happy to play.
Even though apples are probably her least favorite fruit, she agreed that every teacher needed an apple, or two, or three:)
I had planned to bring the apples, globe, and the glasses...
but she insisted that a teacher needed a notepad and a freshly sharpened number 2 pencil, so the prop list grew.
I have to admit, the notepad and pencil worked really well and she looked very teacher like. I love how she sits with her legs crossed so prim and proper. I don't ask her to sit that way, that is just how she sits most comfortably with those long lean legs of hers.
After the novelty of the note pad and pencil wore off, we tried a few other things like balancing an apple on her head.
We lost a few apples in the process, and this is about as close to balancing as we could get!!
Then she begged me to let her act silly for the camera. I agreed and this is what I got as her best silly face.....
Oh my heavens! Have you ever seen anything so funny?
Pat and I could not stop laughing when we saw this photo of her!!
I am sure there are many teachers out there that feel the way she looks in this photo after a long day of school.
And that is how the shoot ended, because there was no bringing them back after this.....it was a true free for all at this point:) I only posted the photos of Sarah today and I will do a second post this week to share our other teacher, "Miss Reagan".
Hope you all have a fabulous Sunday!
I am off to "2 Hip Chics LLC"..... we are officially opening the doors to the boutique this morning and we are very excited!!!
Will post photos and an update soon....and if you are local, you might want to swing by and see the shop!
Camera: Canon 5d Markiii
Lens: 50mm f1.2
The settings for the top photo were:
I recently drove by an old victorian home that totally inspired me. It appears that a new business is moving in and they are renovating the building as I have seen construction crews there during the week, so I waited until the weekend and took the girls over so we could use the steps and the porch as a backdrop for this photo shoot. I am in love with the old brick and something tells me that it won't be that way for long..... I believe they are getting ready to paint it:(
This series was processed with Matte Film and a touch of Alabaster and Antique Pink from the new Florabella Colorplay Action Set. I then added just a touch of texture to them as well.
Make sure you swing by Stef's blog to see more Sunday Snapshots.