It is always nice when Rachael and Kallin spend the night with Sheila and I as we have a certain tradition we follow for such an event. First, we go out for a nice meal where we plan for the second part of the evening, which is what horror movie are we going to watch. Second, we watch said horror movie in our basement where I built a home theater, which is prefect for us to sit huddled together on the sofa in the dark, with 5.1 surround sound cranked so high that every creak, door slam, or scream is loud enough to punch a hole in your chest. This keeps us jumping, gasping and screaming (yes, I scream a little louder than the kids sometimes) until the movie is over. Lastly, we get up the following morning to a big breakfast which always feature Sheila’s homemade buttermilk biscuits. Since we knew the kids were coming for a sleepover, I decided to once again take advantage of the situation and plan a little photo shoot. The shoot is loosely based on a series of stories that Rachael had written which is a tale of two fairies. One, who is good lives in the forest with other fairies. The other, who is evil, wants to be the only fairy and thus turns the others into pig people to serve as her minions. In this shot, a woman who lives in a cabin in the woods wakes up one night to see a cute little fairy outside her window. Little does she know that pigboy is on the roof waiting and things aren’t quite what they seem.
Tech:Canon 5D markII, Ef 24-70 2.8 L, ISO 1600 1/15 @ f/5.6