Behind the Scenes | What really happens at one of our photoshoots?
April 14, 2021
Ever wanted to know what happens at our photoshoots? Basically a whole lot of fun.
We like to use real kids for our shoots. That is, kids who aren't professional models. We love working with tween girls of different shapes and sizes, from different backgrounds and who just want to have lots of fun.
At the latest shoot for our new collection, we head into our studio. Our photographers, the awesome ladies from Studio Eclectic bring their gear, the girls bring their biggest smiles and personalities and we bring along our new designs as well as our shot list of poses and looks we want to achieve.
The girls chatter away as they get their hair done and we get to find out a little about each of them. Once hair is done, the girls change into outfits from our new collection. There is an air of excitement and jitters as they watch the photographers setup cameras and backdrops.
Although pretty daunting at first, once we get started, the girls start to feel more at ease in front of the camera, you see their shoulders relax and their personalities start to shine as they begin to enjoy the whole experience of posing in front of the cameras.
With online learninghappening more and morethese days, it's important for us to actually take a minute and spend some time (and maybe a bit of money) to create a learning spacethat will help ourteensbe engaged in their learning as much as possible. And even when online learning is done, a dedicated work zone won't go astray for the later years of high school. Here are some things to consider to help you create the best learning space for your teen.
A look into the effects of media and the fashion industry on our girls as well as how we as adults and parents can educate and communicate with our children about who they are and how to deal with societal pressures.
We've all done it. Stood there in front of our wardrobes, staring at the clothes hanging in our wardrobe (or, if you're a teen, you're possibly staring at the pile of clothes sitting on your bedroom floordrobe). The problem of having "nothing to wear" is universal.