Tuesday, August 18, 2009

rocks, kids, kaftans and stuff...


the lovely harry on the rocks.....
waiting patiently for their call up....
Kids, creeks, rocks and day 14 of a photo a day....

Sorry for the late post again. I am soooo tired tonight and I was putting off the computer thing until after dark - believe it or not!
Today we had a shoot for the new bits and pieces I have coming out in September. Of course my favorite photographer lady took them - little bird photography. She is also a lovely friend that I look forward to playing with!
Pru found a fantastic location with a little creek, rocks, trees, daisies and fake fishies in the water (so we told the kids!).
The beautiful shots are still to come of course, but I thought I would take a few pics of the background goings on to give you a taste of what happens behind the scenes.
The kids were so fantastic, apart from all wanting to blow the bubbles at the same time, ask for their surprise they were promised if they were good, and then a few muddy slips on the slimy rocks - it was actually a very productive morning.
Kids were exhausted, we were exhausted and Pru was covered in mud from laying on the grass, rocks and the plants to get all the perfect shots for this summers range.

(remember these are MY pics nothing like what you will expect when you see Pru's shots)

3 comments:

mom seeks life said...

can't wait to see new pics of your new stuff - sounds tres exciting! Also, very interested in the whole photographing product thing - wish Pru could come and help me!

kelly said...

Thanks I can't wait to see the pics too. She is very good, she may come over to the UK one day! haha
Yes she takes the best shots. I have purchased a Canon D450 to take better shots of my things in between her shoot. The pictures are so much clearer and nicer than my little digital, but in saying that my dad has a little digital that takes beautiful shots too so really it must just be me!

Mee a Bee said...

How much fun does that look??? Cool!!
Photos are the bane of my life ... an new camera would be a godsend.