Happy new week guys.
Welcome to yet another post. If you are new to my site thanks for stopping by and hope you will stick around.
On today’s post, I have a special guest. I got my cousin to do a few shots with me for this post. Up until we did this shoot I hadn’t realized how tiring photo shoots can be. Here’s why. For her, she thought we would be taking just 10 shots and that was it. But instead, we took like 300+ images. Which personally I’m used to doing but for her it was way more work than she thought it would be .Haha sorry, Winnie.
I’ve personally never done a shoot with anyone else before. Came To realize that people don’t feel exhaustion at the same rate. To any blogger reading this have you brought a friend along for a shoot and halfway through they are just like. Wow! I didn’t know this much work goes into taking pictures. If you have feel free to leave me a comment below.
PS: To anyone of my friends reading this and have asked me if we can shoot sometime, it’s not all rosy guys.
Anyway, so these pictures are a bit different. For this particular shoot, we are focusing on the parasol. These trend hasn’t really caught up in Kenya, well unless it’s been used as part of the wedding decor or by one or two guests at a wedding. Has it caught up in your country?Parasols are actually pretty cool in my opinion. And come in really handy during those hot summer days.
Here are a few fun ways to incorporate parasols into your wardrobe.
A big thank you to my cousin Winnie for agreeing to do this shoot with me. Had fun shooting with her. We should do this again.
Parasols available at Blissful.co.ke
Photography by Top Art
That is it for today’s post. Thanks so much for stopping by.
Love & Love