I am a huge Audrey Hepburn and Breakfast at Tiffany’s fan – her work, her look, her charm and her wisdom. So, I took that inspiration and ran to Shiloh owner of Black Cat Clothing CO. she has lots of vintage outfits, Shiloh loved the idea, so she brainstormed the outfits, then I talked with my MUA Shaylyn that also got very excited and planned the whole makeup and hair .
Miriam class '18 and Ana Paola class '19 are the models and they were just amazing, they just got into character and the results you can see bellow. And let me tell you Ana Paola is a polo player for Culver Academy, and she injured her knee but that did not hold her back.
Shiloh found great dresses that had that Audrey feeling, then Shaylyn added in the accessories – gloves, pearls, and hair pieces. I shopped for a few Tiffany’s props… a the little hair crown and the black hat. But I think the thing that really makes the look, are the lashes! They are big and bold and really make the girl's eyes pop with that Wow! We got some funny looks, some interested looks. It takes a little courage to step out of your comfort zone and push the limits a little, but oh, so worth it!
I had never done a totally themed shoot before and I loved it.
I am already working on some more ideas rolling around in my head for a few more of these “inspired sessions”.
If you have a sense of adventure, can act up a part, like things a little different, give me a call/message/email. I have some ideas, but you may have some of your own as well. Brainstorming and talking through ideas like these is the best way to really get the creativity flowing and come up with something quite spectacular!
Themed senior picture…hmmmm….may be the next great thing!
Photography: Faby Karamon
Models: Ana Paola Medonza and Miriam Servin
Production outfits: Black Cat Clothing CO
Hair and Makeup: Shaylyn Garza
About Faby Karamon
I’m from Brazil, transplanted to US since 2007, and subsequently “stuck” since my husband is a teacher at the community school in Culver IN… My husband and I wrangle three wild children who are getting too big too fast. My youngest daughter (now four years old) has food allergies, so I’m involved in anything food allergies related. I volunteer at my boys school, and love it. My main goal is to eventually figure out how to juggle my kids, husband, my house… and of course, my photography business.