Sunday, March 30, 2014

Celtic Green (Part 1) | Creative | Fayetteville, N.C. Photographer

 So, I had this idea … and then it became real. And so much better than I could have imagined! With March being my favorite month, I had to bring some more emphasis to this, my Irish heritage, and well … my love of anything green, clover, or celtic!


 My idea? Celtic Goddess. And how perfect were these models? Aoife has incredible red hair doesn't she?! <3 perfect! And she's wearing my favorite crown that I made out of wire and beads. I was SOOO happy how the crown turned out … and it look FABULOUS on her!




 Then there's the beautiful, Nicolette. She was wearing my second favorite crown. Simple, yet gorgeous and it photographed awesome.


 And then there's this cloak! Beautiful right?! I mean, I simply put on my personal Facebook page, "Anyone have a cloak?" And a friend from Hawaii said her mother did … and her mother was in Fayetteville. So, Kathryn loaned me her cloak for the shoot and I thank her for that! Just gorgeous!


I also have to thank Angie at Dolled Up .Vintage & Pin Up Hair&Makeup for doing a FANTASTIC job on the girls' hair and makeup AND on short notice (our other makeup artist canceled the day prior to the shoot)


 This is the image I actually and in mind when coming up with the shoot … pretty, yet dark, and magical. ;-) Like I said, I heart everything about this shoot. I couldn't have had it go any better!


Here's a little behind the scenes fun of the shoot. I still have SO many images to edit from this shoot so there will be a part two of this!




Angie getting the girls ready! Go like her on Facebook! Click HERE! 



William from Darkroom Portraits doing his thing! Always has a digital camera along with his film!

Aoife goofing around while I'm in the others' pictures! ;-) It's always fun working with other creative people! I mean, we are pretty cool! ;-)

 Kat from Kat Squibb Photography and Tysha from Tysha Hallman Photo working as a team ;-)


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