It's finally here! Our big announcement.
*Drum Roll, Please*
Charity Jean Photography is proud to announce an all new photography shoot concept for our studio. We are going to start a collection of fairy tales, children stories, and just generally creatively themed shoots.
We have a handful of ideas brewing already for photo shoots along this theme-- everything from the Little Red Riding Hood to superheroes to The Princess and the Frog to woodland/cosplay themes. We're open to the whole world of creativity. As we start to obtain pieces and props for shoots, we may specifically advertise a slot for that shoot. However, if you're interested in this concept for you, your child, or just have a great idea for a theme, let us know! We want to hear from you! We will take some slight creative license (for example, we will not float a house with balloons for an UP themed shoot), but the stories and concepts will be instantly recognizable and typically will use props and clothing to assist the theme.
As a taste of what we have in mind, we did our first themed shoot with little Miss Kendall. She was priceless and we had so much fun with it! The scenery largely lent itself to the concept of the shoot. In the future, we will use a greater combination of props, clothes, and setting. All in all though, the outcomes of this were fantastic. Maybe someday we'll go for a Part II session... *cough, cough*
Where the Wild Things Are
“Let the wild rumpus start!”
“And the walls became the world all around.”
“There should be a place where only the things you want to happen, happen.”
“And the wild things roared their terrible roars and gnashed their terrible teeth and rolled their terrible eyes and showed their terrible claws.”
Did you know if you sit in a mushroom ring and make a wish, the fairies will grant it? We found a near perfect mushroom ring near the lake! Amazing!
Make a wish, Kendall!
“But the wild things cried, “Oh please don't go- We'll eat you up- we love you so!”
“Then from far away across the world he smelled good things to eat, so he gave up being king of the wild things.”