Technically this shoot wasn’t a Beloved shoot… but it was 🙂
Thanks goes to my lovely friend Liz and her husband Doug who volunteered to be my models for a “shooting at high noon” shoot I was filming for a super duper way awesome class in the works. We shot all of these at Liz’s childhood home.
All that to say, here’s what happens with noon day sun and using Beloved Invites (in between filming instruction about using noon day light properly!)
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Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah. She especially loves to escape to a quiet dark room with a single piece of Swiss chocolate which she experiences with every sense. True luxury. Good thing she has a Christmas stash of Lindt Balls in the cupboard. 🙂
Brooke teaches inspiring online photography classes that bring you confidence in your skills and creativity.
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These are gorgeous! I want that property. 🙂
So very pretty Brooke. It was fun getting caught up on your blog this morning. You always inspire. Thanks for your uplifting thoughts and photog inspiration.
These are all absolutely gorgeous, but my favs are the ones inside the barn (I’m guessing that’s what it is!), and the last one! Your blog never fails to make me smile and be excited about what I do all over again! =) Thank you for being such an inspirational person!
Those are beautiful. I’d love to take your course!
Love these! Liz looks beautiful, and the light, location, and just plain awesomeness of “beloved” makes these shots SO warm and inviting. You’re just really really fantastic, miss Brooke. You know that, right? 🙂
Beautiful, Brooke! Can’t wait to hear more about the new class! 🙂
oh MAN I looooove those ones especially in the barn with the lots of dark!!! I wanna try some like that! The class sounds great!