I had way too much fun with these two.
This post is long overdue. Unfortunately (or fortunately) life moves at a quicker than quick pace around here, so this post has been sitting in my Drafts for 4 months. But, here it is, finally. Thanks for your patience.
This concept came to me around 4 years ago. My dad had been out hunting and had taken down a small buck. I saw the antlers, and into my mind’s eye flashed an image of a woman with the antlers adorning her head. It has gradually fleshed itself out into a “Four Seasons” series. But I knew I wanted my models to have a more feral look to them, as opposed to just being pretty.
I was finally able to assemble all of the supplies, find the right girl, and make the shoot happen…well, I couldn’t be more pleased with the results.
So now I give you…Daughter of Autumn.
(a few more can be seen here)
I am a member of The Potato Patch, which is a group of photographers located here in Southeastern Idaho.
Occasionally we’ll come together to do a themed shoot.
This one was organized and styled by the group’s founder, talented photographer of Vanilla Tree Photography, Catherine Auger.
I had so much fun! Here are a few of my favorite shots from the session.
(More can be seen here)