Cereal Shoot

Not to belabor this shoot, but I really wanted to post some of my favorite’s from the cereal “Inspired by Life” session.

Clearly, we had some fun, as was evidenced by the ‘crunch’ we felt under our feet with each step by the end!

Oh yes… and for the record, I totally reached my goal.  Not once did I ask any kids to “look at the camera!”.  Hooray!  I think it was worth it.

“please Sir… may I have some more?”

To view the session highlights set to an awesome music slideshow CLICK HERE. Oh yes… and I sing on the soundtrack 🙂  For real 🙂  I’m the alto!  And the cereal kids parents are the soloists!  It was fitting.  In more ways than one.

Brooke Snow is a Lifestyle photographer in Cache Valley, Utah. She lived a very deprived childhood that included no  such thing as sugar cereal. And now that she’s an adult with an uber high nutrition conscience, she still find no pleasure in partaking… but alas, she has finally found the proper place for sugar cereal in her life.  Watching other people eat it and work it into a fun session!  Hooray.  The world may move forward now!

Brooke teaches private photography lessons , online photography classes, as well as monthly photography classes in Logan, Utah.

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8 Responses

  1. Fantastic! One of your best. I sang with the Huff boys back in my college days. What a small world. Oh and, Dan did surgery on my mom’s foot last year. Funny how my life keeps crossing their lives paths.

  2. Love it!! They turned out so AMAZING!! And I especially love it with the music–it adds so much to be able to watch the pictures set to music.

  3. Please, let it drag on! This series is so much more inspiring than a single beautiful image- you make me want to try this now! Thank you for all the detailed information! One thing I love so much about you and your blog- you are not here just to show us how amazing you are, but you are here to help us on our own journeys towards amazing. Your giving ways are as inspiring as your beautiful photographs.

  4. I love these kids. I love these pictures. I loved being able to watch you interact with them, and find creative ways to keep them excited. The kids had a blast – an honest, sincerely, true-to-them good time. And it shows in the shots. Thanks, dearest Brooke. We adore them!

  5. Brooke, loved this post and the whole project! That soundtrack of one of my FAVE songs was amazing. Of course I am a sucker for a capella! GREAT work! All of you!

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