Behind The Scenes (Photo Heavy)

This weekend was the photo shoot for Juniper Moon Farm’s Spring and Summer 2013 collection.  A lot of my favorite people were there, and it turned out to be much warmer than the last time we shot spring clothes in the winter!  There were a lot of pictures taken in 3 short days, and though I cannot show you any of the garments, I can give you a peek at what it looked like “back stage”.

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The incredible Lauria, getting Anna ready for a scene.  Lauria kept us not only working on schedule, but kept us looking good while doing it.

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Maddie and Ann getting lunch ready for the crowd.

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Garment prep.

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Tanya kept us well fed and happy in between getting her picture taken.  When Paul showed up one morning to take care of fixing some props, she had a coffee ready and waiting for him, saying ” I heard you were coming so I made coffee”.

She’s pretty awesome like that.

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Lovely Shirra, between scenes.

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Cris kept us laughing even when we were exhausted and running out of steam.

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Neve could occasionally be counted on to help.

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Lisa brought her tiny new baby for everyone to snuggle, and looked amazing for her scene.

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Even Paul got in on the baby snuggling.

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Alston and Oona played and watched videos.

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Lucy never failed to be in the way.  Until we needed her.  Such a diva.

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Badminton time!

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Some quick archery safety lessons pre – shoot.

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Waiting.

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Oona warmed up to Erin in short order and shadowed her the rest of the day.

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Erin looks a bit chilly waiting for her scene.

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Anna and Erin, catching up.

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This picture cracks me up.  Cris and Anna, looking hilariously judgmental in the background.

Now we are all going to sleep for a few days.

Cheers!

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Behind The Scenes (Photo Heavy)

  1. Thanks for the fun photos! In the “running away from home” picture, I was like, “wait, I held the reflector for that shot??” It’s funny how fast things blur together!

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