Halloween is over, the candy supply is dwindling day by day, and the costume is about to be packed away. But wait! Before you cast away your little monster’s costume to hang alongside the forgotten bridesmaid’s dresses in the depth of your closet, check out Wendy’s My Wild Thing book. This little book is delightful and the photography captured at sunset in a beautiful field is so stunning. I also love the storybook feel of the book, too.
You might have already figured out from my other articles, such as My secrets to birthday photo success, that I encourage some photo staging for fun results. This little book is the perfect example of how to best capture delightful, beautiful costume images without the stress of trying to do them during Trick-or-Treat evening. Camera time during trick-or-treat is tricky. It’s dark, and kids are too excited for candy to pay any attention to you or the camera. I love how Wendy captured Jake perfectly in his costume by taking these on a day other than the big event day.
Plus the location she selected was simple and perfect for the dinosaur costume. Other areas that might be equally fun and scenic would be an urban area for your little superhero or a cornfield for your little scarecrow.
So pull out the costume one more time this year, grab your camera and find a fun place to grab some images for your perfect story photo book. Your kids will love the extra costume play time too!