Tween Portraits: The bakers (part 2)

August 04, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

After some fun but classical pictures, we had to try something completely different.

The boys went to change clothes, and enjoyed a well deserved break watching a cartoon in our Sofa room while I prepared the studio for something unusual. I spread everywhere some painter plastic drop sheets, including on the walls (except the one we used for background,) and move the lights a bit further away from the action.

We started with a "before" pictures

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And then we brought the flour!

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It did not take long before turning into a flour fight

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The kids had a blast. Something they always wanted to do when baking, but never dared to!

I was happy to have protected everything, including the caremara! One piece of advice: Do NOT try this at home :)

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We now had to finish with a few "after" pictures!

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It made a great addition to the session's album...

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which compliments the beautiful pictures chosen for the canvases.

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