I got my inspiration for this senior picture model shoot from the movie Frozen. Coming up with the ideas for my model shoot’s is always fun!   I look for inspiration from movies, album covers and fashion magazines. I just happen to have a 10 year old and she loves this movie. As you might expect… I’ve watched this movie more times then I care to admit. I love the high key white on white look so I used this as the foundation of this model shoot.  The models I envisioned as winter fairies thus using lace, fur and feathers for the the bulk of the fashion.  We found white lacey dresses from Fred Meyer here in Ellensburg and used additional items from my prop room to create the look I was after.  My talented stylist, Kelly, created the set by sawing down baby birch trees from her property.  She spray painted them white and accented them with dabs of black paint. She figured out how to get them to stay upright and then hauled them up my stairs to my studio and stuffed them all in.  The day before the shoot we spent several hours creating an all white background that filled my shooting bay, added the trees and brought in an old vintage chair and a lantern from the prop room. The day of the shoot Gaylyn’s Salon did an amazing job of creating fun, fairy hair with soft beautiful makeup.  The styling was a little tricky pulling together the lacey white dresses with the fur/feather accessories but it all came together.  The models were supper fun to work and I absolutely love the final images. This senior picture model shoot was a success thanks to Gaylyn’s Salon, Fred Meyer’s and all my beautiful fairy models.  If you’re interested in becoming a Photonuvo senior picture model please apply here before January your Junior year.

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