I decided to pull up a project I have been working on over the course of--oh, well--hmmmm--a too wide expanse of time. In this project, I have taken some photos of our granddaughters and made them into fairies.
But what about our grandsons, you ask? (Or maybe you didn't ask, but here is my response anyway.)
Grandsons are a tough nut to crack. They aren't as easy-going about photographs. I am going to have to figure out something for them eventually, but that's another story.
Let me share some of the "fairies" in our lives.
I had to hunt for everything from the proper thing to sit on, to a background that would work, as well as a fairy gown to match the image and some cool lamp post images to choose between for the light source. I think it came out pretty magical.
Then there is this image.
I had to create the pond from a number of different stock finds (I think there were 10 in total, combined to make the single pond), then remember to add reflections.
The background was also found in stock photos, but my own, taken in our woods. The animals were all stock photos. I thought about adding a bear in the background, camera right, and still may do so.
Finally, last year, I took some photos in our own woods with our granddaughter that lives local to us, and turned them into fairy photos.
Have a great week, full of believing in the good works and magic of our daily fairies, whoever they may be!