15min Photo Session No. 10
Katie, the brilliant photographer, in her natural habitat

15min Photo Session No. 10

Today I’m taking you behind the scenes at a photoshoot, on location with my best friend and business partner Katie Morford. We needed some photographs to promote our steampunk fiction serial project, Birdcages, so we asked some dear friends to model and hit the road! We had so much fun!

Beautiful models Elena and Hailey got their costumes on and were ready for some fun
Beautiful models Elena and Hailey got their costumes on and were ready for some fun
Seriously, some people are just incredibly photogenic...
Seriously, some people are just incredibly photogenic…
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For one of the shots, Katie had them lean around a fence post. These girls were up for anything!
Katie instructing Elena how to hold her antique fan

Katie instructing Elena how to hold her antique fan

Our dear friend Alicia with her goat Paige! Paige stole the whole show.
Our dear friend Alicia with her goat Paige! Paige stole the whole show.
The girls were such troopers. It was freezing outside and really windy, so in between shots, they'd put their coats back on. Also pictured here is Peter, Elena's husband and our goat-roper for the afternoon
The girls were such troopers. It was freezing outside and really windy, so in between shots, they’d put their coats back on. Also pictured here is Peter, Elena’s husband and our goat-roper for the afternoon
Katie and the girls
Katie and the girls
Paige the Goat and her new buddy Peter
Paige the Goat and her new buddy Peter

These photos are just a bit of fun from behind the scenes of our photoshoot. If you see any that you want to use for your own project, let me know. Any of the actual photos for the Birdcages series are property of Katie Morford and Crosshair Press.

A.C. Williams

Amy Williams left a lucrative career in marketing to write novels about space cowboys, clumsy church secretaries, American samurai, and alternate dimensions. Along the way, she also discovered a passion for teaching other creative professionals how to use technology to make life easier. Through video instruction or one-on-one coaching, she teaches software, blogging, basic graphic design, and many other useful skills that help creative entrepreneurs get stuff done minus the frustration.

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